Electronic cigarettes sprout on Boston shelves
Both the tooling to mold the new dispenser at 1/2 cent each and the automated filling equipment to produce over 2,000 finished refill units per hour are included in the sale. Designed to work with existing electronic cigarette systems, the patented e-juice dispenser is a pre-filled, hermetically sealed pipette with a precise, long-neck dropper and soft squeeze bulb for control of dispensing even the smallest singular drops of e-juice. A clear, highly flexible resin is used in construction to allow users increased visibility and control regarding the positioning and amount of liquid dispensed. This is coupled with a suction feature to prevent spillage and remove excess liquid to prevent cartridges from becoming dangerously full or injuring the circuitry of the device. Further, the amount of e-juice that can be stored in the novel container is well below the amount toxic for adults and children.
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Lorillard representatives have been offering retailers display samples and suggesting they stock the tobacco-free smokes. The push comes amid a reignited national debate about the safety of electronic cigarettes, following last months announcements from the countrys two other big tobacco companies, R.J. Reynolds and Altria, that they too will be jumping into the market. Nikysha Harding, director of the Boston Public Health Commissions Tobacco Prevention and Control Program, said the city has issued 61 permits to sell the battery-operated devices since March, more than five times the number awarded during the same period last year.
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Electronic Cigarette Online Payment Services Now Offered by Tasker Payment Gateways
According to Euromonitor data service, sales of electronic cigarettes are expected to climb from 500 million to 1 Billion dollars in 2013 suggesting that there will be more and more small- to medium-sized online e-cigarette vendors looking for a way to process credit cards online. Tasker Payment Gateways in South Portland Maine has just announced a new program to help small- and medium-sized ecommerce businesses that sell electronic cigarettes find the payment processing option that is best for them. Payment processing becomes a lot easier for these businesses when they have a trusted advisor to help them overcome hurdles and have everything set up in the most cost effective and efficient manner. Beginning this month, Tasker will provide no charge one-on-one set up support and dedicated agent service to new e-cig merchants. Tasker Payment Gateways can provide electronic cigarette vendors assistance in selecting and setting up e-cig friendly payment gateways such as NMI or Plug n’ Play.
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