• June 13, 2024

Voom Submits PMTA to U.S. FDA for Refillable System

 Voom Submits PMTA to U.S. FDA for Refillable System

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.”