Vapor Corp. designs, markets, and distributes electronic cigarettes and accessories, under the Krave®, Fifty-One® (also known as Smoke 51), VaporX®, Hookah Stix®, Alternacig®, EZ Smoker®, Green Puffer®, Americig®, Fumaré™ and Smoke Star® brands. “Electronic cigarettes” or “e-cigarettes,” are battery-powered products that enable users to inhale nicotine vapor without smoke, tar, ash, or carbon monoxide.
Electronic cigarettes look like traditional cigarettes and, regardless of their construction, are comprised of three functional components: (i) a mouthpiece, which is a small plastic cartridge that contains a liquid nicotine solution; (ii) a heating element that vaporizes the liquid nicotine so that it can be inhaled; and (iii) the electronics, which include: a lithium-ion battery, an airflow sensor, a microchip controller and an LED, which illuminates to indicate use. When a user draws air through the electronic cigarette, the air flow is detected by a sensor, which activates a heating element that vaporizes the solution stored in the mouthpiece/cartridge, the solution is then vaporized and it is this vapor that is inhaled by the user. The cartridge contains either a nicotine solution or a nicotine free solution, either of which may be flavored.
The Company offers disposable electronic cigarettes in multiple sizes, puff counts, styles, flavors and nicotine strengths; rechargeable vaporizers for use with either e-liquid solutions or dry herbs or leaf; and rechargeable electronic cigarettes, which are available in either two or three part units, also known as Duo or TRIO® products.
Vapor Corp. and International Vapor Group, a Multi-brand e-Cigarette and Vaporizer Company, enter into First Amendment to Asset Purchase Agreement
DANIA BEACH, Fla., July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Vapor Corp. (NASDAQCM: VPCO; "Vapor" or "the Company"), a leading U.S.-based electronic cigaret… Read More ⇒
DANIA BEACH, Fla., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Vapor Corp. (OTCQB: VPCO; "Vapor", the "Company"), a leading U.S. based electronic cigarette and… Read More ⇒