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Chinese Device Targets Japanese Smokers

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Taeko is an electronic cigarette developed in China and imported by an Osaka trading company. With the same size and length as a cigarette, Taeko uses LED lights to mimic the burning color of a cigarette, and uses water steam to imitate the smoke. Containing no nicotine and tar, Taeko allows Japanese smokers to feel like smoking without actually lighting a cigarette. The mouth end of the product is equipped with a changeable cartage and the cartage comes with 10 different tastes. Sold nationwide in Japan, Taeko is priced at ¥18,900 with a month supply of cartages. (Click here for more - Japanese language



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