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Ultralight Pen Vaporizer Smokes Industry With New Design, Approach

Ease of Use, Lifetime Warranty, Conservative Design and Personalized Customer Service Driving Retailers and Consumers to New Product, Accessories

LANSING, Mich., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Quality Products Distribution, LLC announces the release of V.Stick — the new standard in portable vaporizers.  Aesthetically and operationally different than most vaporizer pens, V.Stick has no buttons, on/off switches or moveable parts that may break and weighs less than an ounce (20g).

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Designed for wide-range functionality, V.Stick refillable cartridges work flawlessly with e-liquid, hookah gel and oils up to a medium viscosity.  The battery has a useful stylus tip, can be interchanged with any other brand's 510-thread cartridge and has an 8 second shut-off timer for battery conservation and the perfect puff.  V.Stick's design is simplistic and professional—no heavy or clunky equipment to carry—the battery lasts up to two days with regular use, is USB chargeable and the entire unit fits easily in a pocket or small purse.

Warrantied for life with a retail price point of about $60.00, V.Stick is backed by a company rooted in customer service excellence.  Quality Products Distribution, LLC was founded by an industry expert who saw an unfilled need in the market.  

"Monitoring industry trends for a few years, we noticed a real lack of personalized customer service or an easy product that worked right every time" said founder of Quality Products Distribution, LLC, Hilary Dulany, "We've tweaked and tested this pen vape for 14 months and stand behind it enough to warranty the battery for life—we only represent products that do what they say."

Customer is King with Quality Products Distribution, LLC and V.Stick.  Priding themselves on being available from 9am-9pm EST to handle warranty work, fill phone-in orders or help with troubleshooting, their business model is interesting and appealing to retailers nation-wide. "We want retailers to focus on their business and we'll take care of the rest." Says Dulany.  "Retailers have enough on their plate to deal with.  We handle any and all retail purchase issues directly, as long as the customer has their receipt.  Retailers sell V.Stick products and we take care of everything else for them."

Just as exciting as the V.Stick, Quality Products Distribution, LLC launched a series of accessories that are interchangeable with other brands.  Color-coded mouth pieces, cartridge fill kits, leather lanyards, spare batteries and extra empty cartridges are available wherever V.Stick is carried or on line at www.vstick.net.  Along with these accessories, V.Stick is set to announce its newest tried and true addition to the line in March—expanding the vaporizer pen's capabilities exponentially.   

To become a retailer or for more information, please contact Chris at Quality Products Distribution, LLC at 517-420-7859, or at [email protected].   

Quality Products Distribution, LLC strives to provide the best Wholesale and Retail Consumer Experience.  Only backing well-founded products and providing the best customer care possible drives our growth and consumer loyalty.  To find out more about us, please visit www.penvapesandmore.com, or contact us at 517-420-7859.

For instructional videos and reviews, please go to:  http://www.youtube.com/user/penvapesandmore/

Media Contact: Hilary Dulany, Quality Products Distribution, LLC, 734-652-1631, [email protected]

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