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ISMK Launches eGo-T H1 E-Cigarette -- The Most Complete Solution From FirstUnion

SHENZHEN, China, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ISMK, the premium brand for e-cigarettes, has launched the eGo-T H1, its first fully transparent, highly compatible EGO Kit offering pure taste, thick vapor and visible E-Liquid. ISMK is a subsidiary of FirstUnion, the World's largest solutions provider for e-cigarettes. Because FirstUnion is OEM/ODM oriented, ISMK products are available to customers including distributors to develop into their own products and unique marketing conditions.


An innovative design that blends style, technology and pleasure, the eGo-T H1 is an example where FirstUnion is using technology to bring the best embodiment of the concept of healthy living.

The eGo-T H1 is an e-cigarette that reflects the most advanced technology platform that has come out of FirstUnion's innovations in the e-cigarette market. The eGo-T H1 is an e-cigarette where the mouthpiece and tube are no longer separate but are instead one single piece. Its new design features a single piece of BCC (bottom coil changeable) wickless clearomizer with a combined mouthpiece on the top. Its built-in tube gives a concentrated vapor delivery.

The eGo-T H1 brings you the latest BCC clearomizer with clean and clear appearance. This high quality construction makes it leak-proof and produces thick vapor. Also, since it is transparent, you can observe how much E-liquid is left. eGo-T H1 is available in a wide range of colors for OEM orders.

The Changeable Clearomizer Head, the PW4142A, can be easily detached for cleaning and changing. It also fits with ISMK's GT1/GT2 glassomizer.

Being an ISMK eGo product, the eGo-T H1 is compatible with most iGo and eGo batteries without any rings or adaptive parts needed.

The 650 mAh battery gives up to 900 puffs while the 1000 mAh battery delivers up to 1,300 puffs. The batteries feature an LED switch button that not only functions as a switch but can also self-lock to avoid accidental use. There are even the added functions of short circuit protection, low voltage protection and Atomizer protection.

The eGo-T H1 is super easy to charge up. First screw the battery to the USB charger, then connect the charger to the wall adapter or your computer. The charging time is about 3 hours.

All will be available for market exploitation and licensing. Therefore, FirstUnion is looking for partners for a strong and long-lasting ISMK business relationship, and are now looking for qualified and established partners worldwide. 

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About FirstUnion Group

Established in 2004, FirstUnion Group is the largest solutions provider of electronic cigarettes in the world. Based in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China and employing more than 10,000 staff, including 200 professional R&D engineers, FirstUnion now own a total of 245 domestic and international patent rights and designs models that lead the market. FirstUnion has three factories that offer customized manufacturing with a combined area of 120,000 square meters equipped with a production line that is controlled with ISO/GMP Standards Food Clean Room with exclusively assigned staff using secured access control systems and live camera remote supervision. FirstUnion provides disposable E-cigarettes, E-cigars, E-pipes and other products, such as the successful IGO, EGO, IPCC series. FirstUnion has unsurpassed quality assurances having passed ISO9001, GMP (BV) audi, HACCP, ISO 4001/OHSAS1 8001/QC 0800 and SA8000/ISO22001 milestones. With an annual capacity and output of over 800 million disposables E-cigarettes, atomizers and batteries, FirstUnion is ranked No.1 in domestic and overseas markets with substantial market share and is constantly expanding into the E-cigarette market.

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