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Premium Battery and Charger

NEOS variable voltage battery with sleek black design featuring the NEOS logo and multi-color LED Tip . Uses standard 510 threading for universal fit. Use with All 510 threading cartridges.

The charger is capable of charging the stylus battery and can be plugged into any powered USB port for maximum performance and convenience.

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NEOS variable voltage battery with sleek black design featuring the NEOS logo and multi-color LED Tip . Uses standard 510 threading for universal fit. Use with All 510 threading cartridges.

The charger is capable of charging the stylus battery and can be plugged into any powered USB port for maximum performance and convenience.

Additional Information
Weight 0.6 lbs
Dimensions 1000 x 20 x 30 in
Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Premium Battery and Charger

Robyn – August 30, 2017

Got This Pen As A Gift I Used It Once And Loved It! Charged It Once And Now It Wont Work. Hopefully I Can Get A Re[placement. Love The Slimming Portable Size. Would Give It 5 Stars If I Didn’t Have Any Issues

Stephanie Zollner – September 23, 2017

Absolutely love thisvape pen as I got this as a gift from a special friend. I’ve had it 4 months and now it doesn’t work even when i tried to charge it the different ways mentioned. The size is perfect and I am thinking of getting the container it goes in if somehow I can get a replacement. That is the only issue I would say I had.

Jacob – November 6, 2017

This is a great product. It worked for a while. But all of a sudden it just stopped working. Pretty disappointed. But I did like it while it lasted

Jarryd – December 15, 2017

I reeieved one of these as a gift. Love the look and feel of the product but for some reason it stopped working after only a few charges 🙁

Premium Battery and Charger NEOS variable voltage battery with sleek black design featuring the NEOS logo and multi-color LED Tip . Uses standard 510 threading for universal fit. Use with All 510

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Denver television history was supposed to be made this week, when a commercial for Neos Vape Pen — a marijuana product featured in our recent “Power of the Hash Pen” roundup — aired on Channel 7 Monday night during Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Except it didn’t.

The spot didn’t air last night, either — and now, its broadcast locally has been postponed indefinitely.

Nationally, however, the commercial made its debut today, as part of an ultra-dopey (pun intended) report by Bloomberg Business. See it below.

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Neos previewed the ad in a pair of recent tweets, including this one:

Huge news! Neos will be featured in the first cannabis commercial during Jimmy Kimmel Live. More details to come. http://t.co/Gdag2vij5H

As you can see, the link in the tweet above connects to a MarketWatch.com story that quotes Olivia Mannix of Cannabrand, a marketing company that has been working with Neos. The firm featured in this space last year; Mannix and partner Jennifer DeFalco were taking heat at the time for a comment in the New York Times about “weeding out the stoners.”

In her conversation with MarketWatch, Mannix emphasized that the commercial complied with Colorado regulations. Here’s an excerpt:

The Colorado Department of Revenue prohibits cannabis advertising that has a “high likelihood of reaching minors,” thus television advertisements cannot run during programs where there is “reliable evidence” that more than 30% of the audience is under 21.

Mannix said Cannabrand analyzed Nielsen data to determine that 90% of the [Kimmel] audience during that time slot is over 21.

Nonetheless, Channel 7 execs got cold feet prior to the airing, reportedly due to worries expressed by the station’s parent company, E.W. Scripps. A Scripps statement confirming that the airing of the ad would be postponed indefinitely notes cited a “lack of clarity around federal regulations that govern broadcast involving such ads.”

However, sharing such material is just fine in a TV-news context, and Bloomberg News did just that on its MarketMakers program.

The ad itself is as benign as benign can be. It doesn’t mention marijuana or even show the vape pen itself, instead focusing on broad concepts such as adventure and relaxation against a backdrop of images split between an EDM-friendly club and the great outdoors.

As for Bloomberg’s presentation, reporter Ramy Inocencio does his best to convey the basic information, but he faces two big obstacles: co-hosts Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker. Ruhle, sounding like Kathie Lee Gifford on a bender, repeatedly tries for laughs by declaring that weed doesn’t need advertising, because people who want it are already growing it in their garage, while Schatzker equates the commercial to spots for Flomax that will be superfluous to old men who already know they have problems peeing.

The commercial airs at just shy of the one-minute mark in the following video, but if you’ve got the time, watch the whole thing. Afterward, we bet you’ll be in desperate need of a hit from a vape pen.

What would have been the first marijuana-oriented ad to air on a Colorado network-TV affiliate debuted instead on a national news program reporting about the station's case of cold feet. See the clip and learn more at Westword.com.