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JTI releases refill cartridge type electronic cigarettesBy 김보경
Published : Sept. 6, 2016 - 18:19
Japan Tabaco International Korea, a branch of a Japan-based global tobacco maker, has launched ‘Logic Pro,’ a new electronic cigarette model that uses refill cartridges, the first of its kind to be sold in Korea, the firm said Tuesday.
“Logic Pro will deliver a one of a kind experience to electronic cigarette smokers on capsules made with premium materials from Europe and an outstanding production line,” said an executive level official at JTI Korea.
Smokers are free from liquid leakage and can change to a different flavor, as the capsule resembles a cartridge, the firm explained.
The full packaged product costs 40,000 won ($36.17) and comes with a cigarette, a battery and a USB charger.
Logic is a leading US electronic cigarette producer which JTI acquired last year.
By Kim Bo-gyung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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