ISMK Launches eGo-S, Mini eGo-S E-Cigarettes
SHENZHEN, China, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — ISMK, a subsidiary of the world’s largest OEM/ODM supplier for e-cigarettes, FirstUnion, has launched the eGo-S in black and the mini eGo-S in pink for women, the main difference between ego-S and the mini eGo-S being the clearomizer.
Both feature an automatic battery and operate the same as traditional cigarettes. All you need to do is puff.
The style of the ISMK is seen with the ergonomic “S” curve design. It’s more comfortable to hold in the hand and has a smooth finish.
There is a fashionable LED indicator and a green LED lights up with each draw of vapor.
Clearomizer capacities for these units are as follows: Mini eGo-S: Maximum capacity 1.0ml, the eGo-S: Maximum capacity 1.6ml
These are super easy to charge up. First screw the battery to the USB charger, then connect the USB charger to the wall adapter or your computer. The charging time is less than 2 hours.
Because FirstUnion is OEM/ODM oriented, these ISMK products are available to 3rd party companies to develop into their own products and unique marketing conditions. All will be available for market exploitation and licensing. Therefore, FirstUnion is looking for partners for a strong and long-lasting ISMK business relationship. They are now looking for qualified and established partners worldwide.
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About FirstUnion Group
Established in 2004, FirstUnion Group is the largest solutions provider of electronic cigarettes in the world. Based in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, FirstUnion now possess three factories with areas of 100,000 square meters equipped with a LEAN production line that meets dust-free requirement. FirstUnion provides disposable E-cigarettes, E-cigars, E-pipes and other products, such as the successful IGO, EGO, IPCC series. With an annual capacity and output of over 800 million disposables E-cigarettes, atomizers and batteries, FirstUnion is constantly expanding into the E-cigarette market.
SOURCE FirstUnion Group