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Juul may refer to:


  • Christopher Juul-Jensen (born 1989), Danish racing cyclist
  • Erling Juul (1897–1989), Norwegian track and field athlete
  • Herb Juul (1886–1928), Major League Baseball pitcher, college basketball player, coach
  • Herold Juul (1893–1942), professional baseball player, pitcher for the Brooklyn Tip-Tops
  • Jesper Juul (family therapist) (born 1948), Danish family therapist and author
  • Jesper Juul (game researcher), game designer, educator, and theorist in video game studies
  • Johannes Juul (1887–1969), Danish engineer, developer of wind turbines
  • Kasper Juul, fictional character played by Pilou Asbæk in the Danish TV series Borgen
  • Mona Juul (born 1959), official in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, former politician for the Labour Party
  • Niels Juul (1859–1929), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Nille Juul-Sørensen (born 1958), Danish architect
  • Ove Juul (1615–1686), Danish nobleman, Vice Governor-general of Norway under Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve from 1669 to 1674
  • Pia Juul (born 1962), Danish poet, prose writer and translator
  • Soren Lokke Juul, Danish singer-songwriter and musician known as Indians

Given name:

  • Juul Bjerke (1928–2014), Norwegian economist
  • Jens Juul Eriksen (born 1926), Danish cyclist
  • Juul Haalmeyer, costume designer
  • Holger Juul Hansen (1924–2013), Danish actor
  • Morten Juul Hansen (born 1977), Danish football player
  • Dorte Juul Jensen, senior scientist and head of the Center for Fundamental Research
  • Davur Juul Magnussen, Faroese Trombonist from Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
  • Søren Juul Petersen (born 1963), Danish independent film producer


  • Juul (electronic cigarette), an electronic cigarette developed by PAX Labs
Juul (electronic cigarette)

Juul is an electronic cigarette developed by PAX Labs. The product was released to the public on June 1, 2015 as a next generation e-cigarette. The e-cigarette has been described as shaped like a USB-drive.

The e-cigarette uses nicotine salts found in leaf-based tobacco to create an experience more like smoking than other e-cigarettes on the market. The device uses a magnetic USB deck to recharge. Each pod delivers approximately 200 hits.