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The World's Smallest Refillable Electronic Cigarette VaporQueen Just Unveiled By Kimree

SHENZHEN, China, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Recently, Kimree, one of the largest electronic cigarette manufacturers, unveiled its newest product, the VaporQueen. With the most innovative technology and a delicate design, this new product has attracted much attention from many wholesalers and retailers worldwide (Visit to see more).

According to Kimree's spokesman, VaporQueen is now the world's smallest refillable electronic cigarette; it is also the smallest vaporizer around the globe. Moreover, the VaporQueen refillable electronic cigarette is compatible with a wide range of e-liquids or e-juices on the market.

At the product launch, many electronic cigarette customers from the Europe showed great interest in this innovative product, and they believe that a good product can bring a great business opportunity for a company, especially in the e-cigarette industry. In fact, VaporQueen, the world's smallest refillable electronic cigarette, has become one of the hottest topics in the electronic cigarette industry.  

For those who are using electronic cigarettes for the first time, disposable electronic cigarettes, which are extremely convenient, are the perfect choice for them. However, some e-cigarette users have complained about the drawbacks of disposable electronic cigarettes, such as smoking flavors. Users can only stick with whatever nicotine or e-juice the devices are preloaded with.

On the other hand, rechargeable or refillable e-cigs are a more cost-effective choice in the long run, because they offer the users the freedom to choose a specific nicotine strength and flavor.

Now, Kimree' cutting edge technologies have bridged the gap between the standard disposable electronic cigarettes and rechargeable or refillable e-cigs. Kimree's experience in the industry ensures great e-cigarette experience for users, especially for those who prefer to various electronic cigarette flavors.

About Kimree

Kimree Technology is one of the largest electronic cigarette manufacturers and wholesalers around the world, and it provides premium quality e-cigarette products and accessories to its global clients. Kimree owns over 2,000 domestic and international patents on electronic cigarettes, including 79 patents for its new sub-brand, EKMIZER, which is specially established for refillable electronic cigarette products. For more details, please visit

Kimree's Factory in Huizhou, China

Address: 3-5F, Block A, Litao Industrial Park, No.16, Hechang West 3rd Road, Pingnan Industrial Zone, Chenjiang Town, Huizhou, Guangdong, China

Kimree's Sales Office in Shenzhen, China

Address: 14S-Z, A Building, Fortune Plaza, Chegongmiao, Futian District, Shenzhen, China
Tel: +86-755-83218756
FAX: +86-755-83210686
E-mail: [email protected]


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