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After the Launch of Their New 2012 Product Range Just Over a Week Ago, Freedom Cigarette’s Sales Have Soared

(PRWEB) May 28, 2012

Freedom Cigarettes are one of the top e-cig brands in Europe and have been only trading for just one year. Their customer focused and professional approach to this industry set them apart of many of their competitors. The electronic cigarette industry, as a whole, has experienced exponential growth over the past year as more smokers are attracted to take up this healthier alternative. Freedom Cigarettes launched their new range of electric cigarettes just over a week ago and have already nearly run out of stock due to unpredicted demand for their products. The new range includes a 2012 starter kit which contains a durable lithium ion battery, three flavour super cartomisers and a USB charger, and a new fantastic range of premium and boutique flavours. However, the product which is taking the UK by storm is the new i-Pack which charges the e-cig battery on the go, available in either matte black or ivory white to suit most tastes.

“We really didn’t expect this much interest in our new product range quite yet, especially as we haven’t even embarked our PR campaign. The new i-Pack is the best product we have created as it offers users a really stylish and convenient way to enjoy our electric cigarettes. The i-Pack gift box contains; one durable lithium ion battery, a packet of five flavour refills, a USB charger and a USB to i-Pack charger. There are two flavours to choose from; either original tobacco or original menthol, and two i-Pack colours; either ivory white or ebony matte black which cater for most tastes. Freedom will reinvest money into research and development offering new and exciting electronic cigarette products to our customers,” commented Richard Power of Freedom Cigarettes.

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