Oct 11,2023
Monaco Plans to Ban Disposable E-Cigarettes
According to the French media outlet Nice-Matin, on October 6, the Monaco government announced that it is in the process of developing legislation to ban disposable e-cigarettes.
Monaco's Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Christophe Robino, stated during a press conference that the legislation is nearly finalized and will soon be submitted to the parliament. He explained that the ban on disposable e-cigarettes is motivated by two key factors. First, it is driven by concerns for the health of young people, which is associated with the nicotine content of these devices. Second, it is motivated by environmental protection, as these battery-powered devices are often casually discarded, contributing to environmental issues.
However, Robino clarified that reusable and rechargeable e-cigarettes will not be affected by this upcoming ban.

As an increasing number of countries are planning to prohibit disposable e-cigarettes, refillable e-cigarettes are expected to be a prominent trend in the future of the e-cigarette industry. To align with this trend, OKK Vape intends to invest more resources and technology in the development of refillable e-cigarettes. Following the success of the OKK refillable e-cigarette, the Cross, OKK Vape has introduced the latest model, the Cross Ⅱ. Cross Ⅱ shares a similar design with the Cross but features an additional LED screen that displays the remaining battery and e-liquid levels. Additionally, both the e-cigarette device and the pods are equipped with anti-counterfeit chips to prevent the circulation of counterfeit products.

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