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Company Debuts Disposable Electronic Cigarettes

Company Debuts Disposable Electronic Cigarettes

There’s a new smoking cessation product on the market for cigarette smokers who are just as addicted to putting the cigarette out as they are to smoking it.

This week, a company called Square launched four new varieties of its disposable electronic cigarettes, which deliver varying amounts of nicotine, but contain less nicotine than a regular cigarette.

The cigarettes are designed with aesthetics in mind. The new pink e-cig, for example, is strawberry-flavored, but also delivering 18 mg puffs of nicotine. Other colors include the new gold model, which sends 12 mg nicotine blasts; the silver, which delivers 8 milligrams of nicotine; and the white, which contains no nicotine at all. Designed to be used anywhere without emitting smoke or smell, the Square e-cigs last for approximately 500 puffs — the equivalent of two packs of traditional cigarettes. The disposable e-cigs were recently unveiled in Las Vegas at the ASD consumer merchandise trade show.

Chad  Brooks
Chad Brooks

Chad Brooks is a Chicago-based freelance writer who has nearly 15 years experience in the media business. A graduate of Indiana University, he spent nearly a decade as a staff reporter for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago, covering a wide array of topics including, local and state government, crime, the legal system and education. Following his years at the newspaper Chad worked in public relations, helping promote small businesses throughout the U.S. Follow him on Twitter.