Trying To Quit? This E-Cigarette Tweets Your Shame
Tech-Cigarette ( EMAILWIRE.COM , July 15, 2013 ) Dallas, Texas — E cigarette cost comparison has been an issue that is being taken very seriously by smoking enthusiasts who would like to make a switch over from tobacco cigarettes to regular cigarettes. It has been noticed that smoking enthusiasts from all across the globe have started to prefer puffing e cigs as compared to any other smoking device readily available internationally because these smoke free devices are cost effective in nature. As compared to traditional cigarettes, electric cigarettes cost one third the amount, which in turn is a boon for serious smokers. When electric cigarettes are compared with tobacco cigarettes, it becomes all the more clear that the former is a device that is run with the aid of a battery as well as a flavored cartridge, whereas a tobacco cigarette functions with the aid of tobacco and a match. Also, a regular cigarette contains tobacco, ash, tar, as well as second hand smoke, whereas an e cig does not contain any of these substances. Hence, this smoke-free device is often considered a more suitable smoking alternative for the current year.
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Maleh says the next step for the prototype would be partnering with an e-cigarette company to build connectivity into the device itself. But would a company want to build a connected device that helps their customers limit consumption of the product? Maleh admits he doesnt know. For now, hes just enjoying helping his friend stay away from the real thing.
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Big Tobacco back on TV with e-cigarette ads
Reynolds ( RAI , Fortune 500 ) is planning TV ads for its Vuse e-cigarette beginning in August. “This is rather remarkable in that it hasn’t happened in about 40 years,” said Richard Smith, a spokesman for R.J. Reynolds. The government banned radio and television ads for cigarettes in 1970. Ads for smokeless tobacco were later banned in 1986. E-cigarettes are smoke-free electronic products that turn nicotine and other chemicals into vapor inhaled by the user.
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