We recommend referencing the comprehensive list of items prohibited by FOCA. JUUL is safe for travel, but most airlines restrict the use of vaporizers. Exposure to extreme altitude changes like flying on a plane may cause slight leakage in JUULpods especially if they are partially used. We recommend not flying with partially used pods or disposing of them before getting on a plane and using a fresh one when you land. If your JUULpod leaks, it's best to avoid direct contact with the liquid, but if you get liquid on your hands simply wash with soap and water. You may continue to use a JUULpod if some liquid has escaped, but carefully wipe the liquid off with a clean cloth or tissue before inserting into your device. If leaking persists, please contact the JUUL Care team.
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- What is JUUL?
- What makes JUUL unique?
- Do I have to clean JUUL?
- What's the best way to store JUUL?
- Can I take JUUL on an airplane?
- How long does a charge last?
- Can I overcharge the battery?
- How many puffs can I get on a full charge?
- How do I dispose of a JUUL device
- Where do I find my JUUL device and JUUL Portable Charging Case Serial Number?