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Electronic Cigarette Now Available In New Zealand

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Electronic Cigarette Now Available In New Zealand

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Electronic cigarettes are helping save lives. If you smoke 20 to 30 cigarettes a day, and have tried everything to quit, or at lease cut down but without success, you might like to try an electronic cigarette.

The Electronic cigarette can help to significantly reduce the amount you are smoking. Within days you should be able to reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke and even feel healthier.

The electronic cigarette is the only device that actually simulates the action of smoking, which is the hardest thing about trying to cut down, as you are likely to be more addicted to the ritual than the nicotine.

Now available in New Zealand as a registered Medical Device the nicotine-free electronic cigarette called Elusion; comes in slender packaging and mimics a real cigarette. When inhaled, the battery-powered device produces an odourless, vapor mist almost identical in appearance to tobacco smoke.

The electronic cigarette does not contain nicotine, or any of the other harmful chemicals found in tobacco cigarettes. And because they produce no smoke, they can be used in workplaces, restaurants and airports.

The Elusion electronic cigarette is really easy to use, you just charge it up, connect the two pieces together and you’re away. It’s also a cost effective way for you to manage your habit.

About the Elusion Electronic Cigarette

The Elusion Electronic Cigarette uses advanced microelectronic and essential physical atomization technology. The liquid in an e-cigarette cartridge is atomised, and looks like smoke but without the negative effects such as carbon monoxide, tar or ash. It is made up of two parts, which screw together, the body and the disposable cartridge. The cartridges are available in three flavours—standard, menthol and mint. A starter pack is $89.50 and includes one electronic cigarette and five nicotine-free cartridges. Each cartridge lasts approximately 300 puffs or around 20 cigarettes. Additional cartridges can be purchased in packs of five for $19.99.

Always read the label and use strictly as directed.

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