In 2016 WISMEC collaborated with MyVapors to produce the My Jet - a small, portable, semi-closed pod-based vape pen that boasts a draw activated firing mechanism, 350mAh battery, 1.4ohm coil and 1.2ml refillable e-liquid pod.
It's handy and discreet size makes the MyJet suitable for any pocket or bag.
Refill your depleted pods with your favorite e-liquid. Each pod should be good for 2-3 refills before you notice a performance drop and it's time to replace. You can purchase empty pod packs here at The Electric Tobacconist®. The MyJet can support e-liquids that have a 70% VG level and below.
The 350mAh battery is powerful enough for great vapor production and satisfaction. We estimate that it should last a good 4-5 hours with regular use before it needs recharging, and even longer if your vaping time is limited due to work commitments.
The high-quality aluminum body is light and durable - upon picking this device up you will notice its solid construction and minimalist design.
Setting up and using your My Jet is very easy. Simply connect the supplied USB cable to the Portable Charging Case and plug into a USB port or wall adapter, then dock the My Jet device. The LED indicator will illuminate blue when charging and will turn off when charging has completed. Alternatively, insert a single 18650 battery (sold separately) into the PCC and dock the device. The 18650 battery can be recharged from within the PCC with the supplied USB cable.
Once charged, simply fill up an empty pod with e-liquid and put on the base before inserting into the device. When vaping, the light on the battery will illuminate.
Note: do not overfill - e-liquid should be filled to just below the centre airflow pipe. Filling above this level will result in e-liquid leaking out the mouthpiece.
You'll know when it's time to recharge your MyJet when the indicator light flashes in frequency. As the battery is discharged, the voltage output is reduced. The below table shows the battery level at different stages of depletion and how the light will flash at different levels:
|Battery Level||Light Condition|
|3.8V - 4.2V||Stays Lit|
|3.65V - 3.8V||Slowly Flashes|
|3.45V - 3.65V||Moderately Flashes|
|3.0V - 3.45V||Flashes in Frequency|
Please Note: this product does not come with e-liquid or pre-filled pods.
1x My Jet E Cigarette Device (with 350mAh battery)
1x Portable Charging Case (PCC)
2x Empty Refill Pods & Atomizer Bases
1x USB Charging Cable
1x User Manual
Strictly over 18s (or legal smoking age in your State). More info
Please note: We do not ship outside of the United States of America and we cannot ship to Arkansas, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Utah due to state law.
*Order must be placed before 4PM MT Mon - Fri. Excludes public holidays. All quoted delivery times are estimates.
All orders placed before 4pm MST Mon-Fri are dispatched same business day.
All orders over $20 are eligible for free shipping, orders under $20 incur a $2 shipping charge. A faster USPS Priority Shipping option is available for $5.98 on orders under $30 and $2.99 on orders between $30 and $79.99. USPS Priority Shipping is provided free of charge on orders over $80.
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If you order by 4pm MT on a Monday through Friday your order will dispatch the same day. Our standard USPS delivery method means your order should take 2-5 business days. If you need it quicker, you can select a faster delivery method (eg USPS Priority) in the checkout under "Shipping Method". For more information, click the Shipping Tab.
Yes. The kit contains everything you need to start vaping once you have charged your starter kit (including a USB charger).
This product comes with a 60 day warranty from the date of order. However, this does not cover misuse, damage or standard wear and tear.
If you need to ask any questions or claim your warranty, please click here for our Customer Support contact form and be sure to include your order number.
Please note, with some starter kits we will look to replace parts rather than the entire kit if a fault can be remotely diagnosed.