The manufacturers of the Voom refillable vaping device have submitted a premarket tobacco product application (PMTA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Voom also has a closed-pod version, but that device was not mentioned in the PMTA announcement.
In an email to Vapor Voice, a Voom Labs representative only stated that a PMTA had been submitted to the FDA, no other information was included.
The Voom open system has the exact same specifications of its closed-pod cousin, only with a refillable pod. The Voom closed-pod system may have the closest representation to the draw of an analog cigarette of any device on the market, according to a review in Vapor Voice.
“Speaking of the draw, the VOOM may be the closest representation of an analog cigarette to date. The airflow is very restricted, resulting in a satisfying draw with rich flavor that doesn’t incorporate any harshness or spitback,” the review states. “Additionally, the soft plastic material and thin design work well for hands-free vaping. Although the body is made of metal, the overall device is light enough to carry between the lips or teeth, depending on personal preference.”
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