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Juul Launches ‘Smart’ E-Cigarette

 

Juul has just released a new e-cigarette which will monitor its user data, including when and where they vape, reports The Financial Times.

In order to use the device, which is linked to an app on users’ smartphones, customers will have to go through stringent age verification and two-step background check with third-party databases. Juul’s C1 will also allow users to monitor how many puffs they take a day, as well as locate their vape if they lose it. It also has an auto-lock option that means the e-cigarette can be locked when out of the phone’s range in order to prevent others using it.

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