Recently saw this product for sale at a county fair while vacationing.
Actually the product itself is pretty cool. It's a plastic faux cigarette, powered by a ni-cad battery, which heats up and vaporizes air moisture which is drawn through a filter tip that contains concentrated nicotine. The smoker can draw the vapor into the lungs, creating the sensation of smoking while receiving some nicotine to aid in fighting smoking withdrawal symptoms.
We bought a set for about $80, including a number of replaceable filters. The salesman indicated that additional supplies could be obtained via the company's website, operated by OMG International from Rhode Island.
After returning to our hotel, I checked the website. There was no website, and the domain address had simply been parked with GoDaddy for future use.
Went back to the fair, and waited behind another customer to return the product. We watched the salesman tell a buyer ahead of us that they could get additional supplies from the website or by calling the company, and giving them the same handshake and congratulations they had given me for becoming an "ex smoker" on the spot. He held up the product box and pointed out the website address to the customer.
We then proceeded to explain ourselves and ask for a refund. After a brief argument in which the salesman denied having told us to order resupplies from the website, and insisted that he had told us that the site was not yet operational, he gave us a refund.
Long story short is that this seems like a great product, but it's completely useless if you can't buy supplies of the filter as they are depleted of nicotine. The salesman lied to the customers, lied to us, and lied to the county fair board I complained to.
If you can find a reputable seller handling these electronic cigarettes, you might want to try them for smoking cessation. I may try them again. But I won't be getting them from OMG Smoke-free, or OMG International.