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Vapor4Life Introduces New Slim Charger

Northbrook, IL (PRWEB) July 05, 2011

Vapor4Life announced the Slim Charger, a compact new charger for electronic cigarettes. The newly designed Slim Charger offers low stand-by power and high speed charging.

We think this new charger can really blow everyone away with its style, form, safety and performance, said Mark Dohse, Information Technology Manager at Vapor4Life.

Built with ultra-sonic welding, the Slim Charger does not have any screws on its white, high-gloss surface. The Slim Charger is engineered according to UL Specifications using UL-grade materials.

The profile of the Slim Charger is designed to charge batteries faster and more efficiently, reducing charge time by about 20%. Battery charging time has also been reduced from over 3 hours to just 2.5 hours. The Slim Charger has the same charging integrated circuit as other types of high-end chargers, giving it high efficiency and safety levels, Dohse explained.

Its new, smaller footprint allows it to fit easily into power outlets without obstructing access to others. The Slim Charger fits securely into any U.S. power strip, allowing users to easily charge 5 to 6 batteries simultaneously. The Slim Charger is offered for an introductory price of $ 14.95 for a limited time; it is regularly priced at $ 19.95.

About Vapor4Life

Vapor4Life is a leading electronic cigarette company based out of Northbrook, Ill. that develops and distributed personal vaporizer e-cigarettes and accessories as a smoking alternative. The company was founded in April 2009 and is still family-owned and operated. Electronic cigarettes are an alternative to tobacco-smoking; they simulate the act and sensation of smoking with vaporized liquid, which may be flavored and/or contain nicotine. This is not a smoking cessation device.


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