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E-Cigarette Reviewed Names V2 Cigs "Best Rated E-Cigarette of 2012"

E-Cigarette Reviewed, an innovative force in the e-cigarette industry, has awarded V2 Cigs the "Best Rated E-Cigarette of 2012" award.

TUSTIN, Calif., Dec. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- E-Cigarette Reviewed, the only service online providing 100% unbiased e-cigarette reviews, has given V2 Cigs the coveted "Best Rated E-Cigarette of 2012" award. This marks the first public award ever received by V2 Cigs and ties in directly with the company's mission to simplify the process of helping smokers find unbiased, accurate electronic cigarette reviews and information.

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After an in-depth analysis of over fifty popular electronic cigarette products on the market, E-Cigarette Reviewed's team of experts concluded that V2 Cigs is the best product in the industry.

According to Lindsay Fox, "We have exhausted our efforts to extensively evaluate over 90% of the electronic cigarette products on the market and we couldn't be any happier with the results. V2 Cigs has truly earned this award." The criteria used to reach this conclusion include:

  • Product quality and design
  • Vapor production
  • Ease of use
  • Variety and quality of cartomizers
  • Technology used in the devices
  • Customer service & customer satisfaction
  • Product warranty
  • Pricing
  • Customer loyalty

This is by far the most in-depth and most advanced evaluation system ever processed by an electronic cigarette review team and took the company well over four months to complete. Lindsay Fox goes on to say, "We go through such lengths of testing and evaluating so that our viewers don't have to. By doing this, we feel that we can help our users save money and time in the long run. Our goal is to make the switch to electronic cigarettes as easy as possible."

Of course, V2 Cigs went up against some serious competition, as there are many different brands within this fast-growing industry. Some of the big names in the industry that were also evaluated include Blu Cigs, NJoy, Green Smoke, South Beach Smoke, EverSmoke, Safe Cig, SmokeTip, Premium Vapes, and White Cloud Cigarettes. These brands came very close but in the end, V2 Cigs was the clear winner. E-Cigarette Reviewed website viewers also agree with this conclusion. This is the first "public" award V2 Cigs has ever received.

E-Cigarette Reviewed has made waves in the industry, by providing the only forum where users can find unbiased reviews and information about electronic cigarettes.

To find out more about the V2 Cigs review or to read further e cig reviews, visit the company at http://eCigaretteReviewed.com.  

About E-Cigarette Reviewed

EcigaretteReviewed.com is an online website dedicated to providing unbiased electronic cigarette reviews. Their team of experts reviews the latest electronic cigarette products on the market on an on-going basis. In addition to reviews, they also provide viewers the latest industry news, buying guides, safety tips, e cigarette coupons, contests and giveaways.

Media Contact: Lindsay Fox, E-Cigarette Reviewed, (949) 232-0470, [email protected]

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