Crown7 – The Smokeless Electronic Cigarette



If you have a nicotine addiction and are suffering from the recent smoking ban in the UK, here’s a gadget solution that let’s you smoke (sort of) in places where smoking is otherwise banned, the Crown7 smoking device.

Crown7 is shaped like a regular cigar but instead of containing filthy tobacco you fill it with flavored nicotine cartridges (one cartridge is equivalent to two decks of ciggies) and suck away as normal, and exhale smokeless vapor. This is said to offer the following benefits:

  • Emits a Harmless Vapor That Simulates Smoke yet Satisfies the Nicotine Urges & Cravings
  • Use Crown7 in Any Situation Where Smoking is Prohibited – Our Product is Non-Offensive
  • Rechargeable Battery for Endless Hours of Enjoyment and Smoking Pleasure
  • No Offensive Smoke… Only a Harmless Vapor is Emitted
  • Perfect Solution to Smoking in a Casino or Pool Hall – Prevents Noxious Odors by Never Creating Them
  • Sophisticated Design, Sleek Art Deco Look & Feel
  • No Residual Clothing or Room Odor… Now that’s a Real Benefit!
  • Battery Operated, Simple to Manipulate in all Situations Where Smoking Cigarettes has been Prohibited

I’m an ex-smoker so naturally I think all smokers smell but this is still pretty cool, not cool enough for me to restore my nicotine addiction mind you. You can see a video of Crown Seven in action over on the Crown7 site, thanks to Chris for the tip.

17 reviews or comments

smokes Says: September 17, 2007 at 10:52 am

Yeah I’ve had mine for about a month it seemed so odd I had to try it out, really like the taste and the vapor is awesome.

philly82 Says: September 17, 2007 at 10:59 am

crown 7 is he best. when smoking is banned at the bar, you can still use this. you get a lot of scrutany from the bartenders/bouncers at first but once you explain it to them, they want one too!

Phil Says: September 17, 2007 at 1:31 pm

If this product doesn’t produce tobacco smoke then there are at least advantages for non-smokers. I’d like to see it studied to make sure that it really doesn’t emit some of the noxious gases that cigarettes do before I’d want to be in a room with people smoking it. And what about the smokers health? Are there any areas that it does less harm, or maybe more harm is done to them in some way by using this product? More study is needed.

andy Says: September 17, 2007 at 10:49 pm

@phil it’s called vaporizing. “herbal” vaporizers have been around for a long time, and what it basically does is heat the “herb” in this case tobacco, indirectly just to the point where the active ingredients in the substance are vaporized and can be inhaled. nothing is actually burning, just heating up to a high enough temperature.

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Martin Says: September 27, 2007 at 2:37 pm

I bought mine at and works great. It was hard for me to quit even after I was diagnosed with cancer.

Walders Says: October 18, 2007 at 12:57 pm

I love the E-Cig. They sell e-smoking liquid, so i can refill the cartridge multiple times. They also sell lose atomizers, so i do not have to buy a complete new one when newer tech. is available.

Adam Says: March 3, 2008 at 8:20 am

The new model electronic cigarette is just launched on the market. The rutoo website is in English with a lot of information and very good prices, have a look at

RuToo Says: April 6, 2008 at 5:17 am

The new RuToo M2 E-cigarette is NOW available on
Just 3,5 inch – 12 hours without charging – More smoke – Only £. 58.87

EVILE Says: May 31, 2008 at 7:31 am

I just bought an e-cig from crown7 and I love it. They have fantastic customer service. I’ve been given a few strange/nasty looks when using it in public, but if I’m givin the oppertunity to explain what it is, generally others are as amazed as I was when I first saw it.

devin Says: December 2, 2008 at 12:08 am

has anyone tried the crown7 hydro I’ve been seeing it on the news and a on a ton of sites if you’ve used hit tell me what you think.

mike Says: June 11, 2009 at 11:51 pm

andy- it doesn’t use tobacco. it uses a liquified version of a synthetic nicotine or none if you chose. do some reading before you comment please.

mike Says: June 12, 2009 at 12:09 am

i just ordered the hydro on monday. i cant wait.
and truth is a shill from
i looked at the website buddy, the e-cigs blow. theres only 2 pieces? you cant remove the atomizer! so if that goes out then your suck paying another 65 bucks for a all new one. and thats only for 3 cartridges. but if thasts the way you wanna go about it then thats your choice.
for everyone else who would rather buy quality over pretty green cartridges then ill be happy to let you know how my hydro is working out.

FUPAMAN Says: October 13, 2009 at 3:29 pm

Got my Crown7 in 2 weeks ago and I have no complaints. I am completely done with regular smokes which is a good thing. I do like the fact that I no longer smell like ass, which is a BIG plus. So I would give Crown7 an A in my book!

jeffry Says: February 23, 2011 at 12:44 pm

I absolutely love electronic cigarettes. I have tried quite a few and I like my Smoke Stick I got on this electronic cigarette review and this it’s the best electronic cigarette I have ever used by far. Has anyone else ever tried the Smoke Stik? They are very cheap from what I can tell and not to bad on cost. The shipping was pretty fast as well.

Jerome Dabney Says: June 20, 2011 at 1:51 pm

I am having trouble recharge. The blue light on the USB charger is blinking when I plug it in. it done not charge the battery.

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