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E-cigarette offers a new style of smoking free from the harmful ingredients as tobacco smoking which cause diseases.

Introduction to Wuzland® Electronic Ecigarettes

Introduction to e-cigarettes


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The modern electronic cigarette was invented by a Chinese in 1985, the products were developed from the per-filled cartridges or cartonmizers to re-filled atomizers of e-liquid, and the disposable ones to long last devices. Now more and more special devices (MODs) with high technology are in the market and we believe this may be the trend in the e-cigarettes industry.


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Electronic Cigarette usually consists of a rechargeable Lithium battery in which cells and control panel are its important components, and an atomizer which can be usually disassembled into adapter, coil, liquid tank and mouthpiece. In some vaporing devices like e-pipes and MODs, there is a head or body as battery holder, which usually fits with RDA/RBA atomizers.


Ecigs Mechanism

The E-liquid is lead by the wicks into coil where the wicks are twined by heating wire which is getting hot when switched on into the battery, and heated into vapor, then the vapor goes to mouthpiece or comes out of the holes in adapter while drawing or blowing. The vapor looks like smoke, the procedure is a physical atomization, no chemical reaction takes place while the eliquid is heating.

In the mechanical MODs and RDA/RBA atomizers, the conventional Li-ion batteries are used in MODs and the power switches are mechanically designed; In RDA/RBA atomizers, no closed tanks are built for the e-liquid. Eliquid is directly dripped onto the wicks and this limits the volume of e-liquid kept in the atomizers in case of overflowing.

Physics Theory

In our section of Articles and Reports, there is detailed description of Physics Theory on How E-cigarette Works.

Our Wuzland® E-cigarettes

Ecigarettes Batteries


In our Wuzland® E-cigarettes, there are four types of Lithium rechargeable batteries available: T(Ego T), E(Evod), A(cTwist, Adjustable output voltage) and conventional Li-ion ones such as 18350, 18650 and 26650 etc which are usually used for special vaporing devices such as mechanical MODs and e-Pipes.


Capacity: 650mah, 900mah and 1100mah etc.

Output Voltage: 3.2-4.8v, usually 3.7v if it's fixed.

Charging Time:1.5-3.5 hours on different capacity.

Lifespan: 400-600 times recharges and over 6 months.

Puffs per Charge:400 to 800 on capacity.

NB: The Li-ion batteries marked with 3.7v and 4.2v are actually the same, 3.7v is the output voltage when the battery is working and discharging while 4.2v is the voltage when the battery is fully charged, just the different voltages marked by the manufacturers on the batteries.

The higher the capacity is, the bigger ecigs batteries are and the longer charging and working time is required. The volume of vapor produced depends upon output voltage and heating wire resistance of the coils, but the capacity of the battery.


The quality of battery lies in its cell and control panel, only grade A materials are used in our Wuzland® electronic cigarettes.


Atomizers types

Type C: CE series of atomizers, their coils are near to the mouthpieces and e-liquid is added by removing mouthpieces.

Type M: a series of atomizers of which coils are fixed near to the bases or adapters and the eliquid is added by removing the adapters.

Others: There are larger and advanced atomizers designed for special vaporing devices, such as MODs and e-Pipes, which are classified separately as RDA (Rebuildable Dripping Atomizers) and RBA (Rebuildable Atomizers).


Atomizers also can be identified by the resistance value of their heating wires of the coils, which usually range from 1.6Ω, to 2.8Ω. The values of some coils in RDA/RBA can be DIY to required ones.


Generally the atomizer consists of adapter, eliquid tank, mouthpiece, silicon sealing rings or caps and the coil which includes wicks and heating wire. Most of the parts can be disassembled and replaced, which lowers the cost of maintenance.

Naming System

We have our own naming system on our products. Read in FAQs. Usually the product codes are not applied for MODs and RDAs.