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KIMREE Magnet E-Cigarette Wins Electronic Cigarette Industry Design Award

NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On Dec 28th 2012, KIMREE's magnet electronic cigarette KM252 was awarded the design award for the electronic cigarette industry — "2013 Revolutionary New Product" by the International Electronic Cigarette Manufacturer Association ("IECMA").

Magnet e-cigarette, KM252, is a new-generation e-cigarette designed and produced by KIMREE, the world's largest electronic cigarette manufacturer. This e-cigarette is similar to the most classic disposable e-cigarette, KIMONE, in appearance. But in contrast with KIMONE, KM252 is a rechargeable e-cigarette with magnetic adsorption technology, which can connect the cartridge and battery stick tightly.

After evaluating this e-cigarette, the president of IECMA, James, hit the nail on the head by giving a comment technically, "There are only two ways to dismount a cartridge from the battery: pulling and screwing. Originally, the industry had to choose screwing over pulling because the technical problem. It is common sense that although screwing causes inconvenience, the electronic cigarette can be well-used at least. Now, KIMREE has solved this tough problem completely. By using the power generated by magnets to maintain the connection smoking becomes much more fun; by changing the mode of operation to pulling all products and accessories will turn into an alternative fashion style. It also lays the foundation for plenty of derivative products in the future."

On Nov 1st, the magnet electronic cigarette created a new legend in the electronic cigarette industry. KIMREE held a "2013 brand new serious electronic cigarette conference", aka "magnet electronic cigarette global conference", in the Shenzhen Shangri-La Hotel. 124 guests attended the conference. 30 million USD in agreements were reached by signing the direct probable-looking orders the same day.

James declares, "In the foreseeable future, KIMREE's magnet e-cigarette is bound to be the favorite in the electronic cigarette industry, and bring a new technological revolution to this industry."

About KIMREE

Established in 2006, KIMREE is a specialized high-tech enterprise which engages in the R&D, production and marketing of electronic cigarettes. KIMREE has a production base covering an area of 21,500 square meters for 2100 employees. KIMREE designed KIMONE in 2009, X3/X6 in 2010, Cigar/ROK in 2011. All of them became the most fashionable products each year. Now "Design by KIMREE" has been made synonymous with the trend of replica cigarette manufacturing in electronic cigarette. There is a saying on the lips of the industry," If you want to know the fashion of e-cigarette in the next year, go to KIMREE."

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