mark wrote at 2012-11-22 13:14:43
Hey Michael...E - Cigarette which is also termed as Electronic Cigarette has given a new symmetry to the cigarette smokers of the world. An amazing smoke quality, flavor and texture is swiftly tempting smokers towards it. These cigarettes release both low and high clouds of smoke; giving an extra space to its customers to enjoy.
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eCigWorld wrote at 2014-11-10 07:46:56
E-cigarettes are healthier alternative to smoking. E-Cig is healthier compared to traditional cigarette. E-cigarettes are more effective than nicotine patches and gum in helping people to quit smoking. Electronic cigarette does not contain tar or tobacco. Moreover the look and feel of this device is similar to traditional cigarette. This is one great way to quit smoking.
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