HOW blu WORKS

blu™ electronic cigarettes are the modern alternative to smoking.

You get the sensation of smoking without any tobacco smoke, smell or stains. No ash or tar either, thank you very much. And because we design all our products with you guys in mind, you’ll discover e-cigs that taste great and look the part too. Want to know more about our kits? Check out these videos…

blu Starter Kit - How it works

blu Premium Kit


Our Premium Kit is the choice for anyone on the move. Your premium look and feel case charges your e-cig battery on the go. Click play to see how it works.

blu Premium - How it works

blu Starter Kit


What better place to start? Choose from eight tasty flavours and recharge your e-cig to enjoy again and again. Watch our video to see how easy it is to enjoy electronic cigarettes.

blu Pro Kit - How it works

blu Pro Kit


Designed to give you the best vape possible, our Pro Kit offers even more flavours to enjoy and a powerful, long-life battery. Find out more here.

blu Electronic cigaretes - How it works

Mouthpiece

Built into the cartridge, the mouthpiece on a blu ecig is built to resemble a traditional cigarette.

Vapouriser

When you puff on a blu e-cig, a motion sensor in the battery detects the air flow and activates the vapouriser inside the cartridge refill.

E-Cig Battery

Designed to feel like you're holding a traditional cigarette, the battery heats a coil in the cartridge, which vaporises the e-liquid.

E-Liquid

The e-liquid is heated by a heating coil inside the vapouriser, it mixes with the air to create vapour.

What’s inside a blu eCigs® electronic cigarette

When you puff on a blu e-cig, a motion sensor in the battery detects the air flow and activates the vapouriser inside the cartridge refill. As the liquid heats, it mixes with the air to create vapour.

How An E-Cig Works

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