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CanCigs Launches Brand New E Cigarette Online Retail Site To Promote New Product

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Electronic Cigarettes in Canada
After one and a half years of development, Canadian owned and operated CanCigs is releasing their cutting edge E-cigarette product onto the market.

Rates of new smokers are declining around the world. This trend is due to the increasing scientific and medical knowledge about the dangers of smoking and the efforts of action groups to effectively stigmatize the practice. In most developed countries smoking is now banned in public indoor spaces as second hand smoke can be harmful to peoples’ lungs. Those who do smoke are now under pressure to stop, but many wish to continue the pleasurable experience of smoking without the stigma. For them, e-cigarettes provide the best of both worlds, and now Canada has a new manufacturer of these items that is making the products a more viable option than ever before.

CanCigs produce Electronic Cigarette Starter Kits in Canada, and have spent more than a year and a half developing and testing their prototypes before partnering with a leading manufacturer to produce an e-cigarette that they claim blows the competition out of the water.

Their new products aim to dominate the market for Electronic Cigarettes in Canada. Known as Eson, they come in e-cigarette kits, cartomizer refills and in disposable form, and can save users 80% on their cigarette habit compared to traditional combustible cigarettes, and that’s just the beginning.

A spokesperson for CanCigs explained, “The range of products we have created have been designed to optimize the user experience as never before, and offer more variety than could be possible with traditional cigarettes. Some people enjoy tobacco while some people enjoy menthols. We provide both these flavours which we have been inspired by tobacco flavors from around the world to create an experience similar to the smoking the real thing. It makes smoking luxurious again and can once more be enjoyed indoors in a relaxed manner, using clean water vapour to deliver the throat hit and flavour in a fulfilling way.”

About CanCigs: After nearly one and a half years of research and development CanCigs is happy to announce that they have joined forces with the world leader in electronic cigarette design and manufacturing and can introduce consumers to the most technologically advanced and expertly crafted electronic cigarettes sold in Canada. For more information please visit: http://www.cancigs.ca/

Media Contact
Company Name: CanCigs.ca
Contact Person: Pat Johnson
Email: support@CanCigs.ca
Phone: 613-435-6712
City: Ottawa
State: Ontario
Country: Canada
Website: http://www.cancigs.ca/

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