/EINPresswire.com/With a changeable atomiser system and protected battery, this revolutionary new e-cig is yet another advancement in the the design and technology of electronic cigarettes.
The Chinese manufacturer Joyetech, renowned for their high end design and engineering within the electronic cigarette industry have produced the next generation of e-cigarette; the Joyetech eGo-C.
The Electronic Cigarette Company is to be one of the first UK’s distributors of this new revolutionary electronic cigarette.
Based on the eGo, the new eGo-C comes with an innovative changeable atomiser design; an improved lithium battery, which is safety protected and an LED indication of battery power remaining in the e-cigarette, yet it retains the popular tank system that makes vaping so much easier and cleaner.
The changeable atomiser design gives more flexibility to the user allowing the vaper a smoother experience. There is now just one small internal part to dispose of when the atomiser comes to the end of its life, and the flexibility arises where it is easier and cheaper to have separate atomisers for each flavoured e-liquid, easier to carry spares as they come in a blister strip, and the design is more streamlined.
The improvement in the technology is apparent within the battery design. Improved lithium cells have been sourced and integrated, and an important safety feature has been included to protect the circuitry. The battery can now be locked to prevent unwanted discharge of power, and an LED light that doubles as the manual battery on/off switch changes colour to indicate when the battery is at 100% charge, 50% charge and 25% charge respectively.
The Joyetech eGo-C is fully complaint within the UK regulations, including the NMO labelling discreetly engraved upon the barrel.
The Electronic Cigarette Company, founded in 2008 and one of the most respected and long standing e-cigarette companies within the UK, is to be one of the first distributors of this revolutionary electronic cigarette.
The Electronic Cigarette Company
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