Finding the right e cigarette for the right person
If you are new to electronic cigarettes and you simply do not know where to start, then analyse your lifestyle and match it up with the perfect e-cig to suit you.
For the Traditionalist
TECC’s e Pipe II. Beautifully made from real rosewood, this carved pipe bowl sits beautifully in the palm of your hand. Easy to fill with smooth tobacco e-liquid giving a modern take on classic taste of tradition
For the Internet Addict
The Titan CC electronic cigarette is colourful, stylish and slim, perfect to have anywhere. It’s easy to use and with the handy magnetic charger you can simply plug it into your laptop and still use whilst browsing the web.
For the Woman That Never Sits Down
The Go-cig prefilled/refillable e-cigarette is perfect for those on the move; picking up the grandchildren, meeting friends for lunch, always out and about. Simple to use and easy to charge, and it stores your cartridge and e-cig.
For the Gardener/Shed Enthusiast
The V3 electronic cigarette has a long lasting battery, is easy to fill, incorporates a 5 click activating switch and you won’t spend a lot of time or money maintaining this device. If it’s the garden for you, or messing with the tools in the shed, then this e-cigarette is ideal.
For the Constant Vaper
TECC’s V-Scope e-cigarette is a powerful device and not for the light hearted. Ideal for heavier users that like extra vapour production, the tank holds up to 3.5ml of e-liquid, the battery is a high-powered 2600mAh and with adjustable voltage, they can fiddle to their hearts content.
For the Technophobe
The Titan Tank e-cig is one very easy to use electronic cigarette. Similar in style and size to an actual cigarette, this device is also very easy to maintain. Loved by many and owned by many more – you won’t go wrong with a Titan.
Plus, with Christmas around the corner, Electronic Cigarette Kits can be the ideal gift for him or her.
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