Full-Featured e-Cigarette w/Bluetooth and a Music Player
I first saw this video, I thought it was a satire. The video is a for-real
commercial promoting the new
Bluetooth e-cigarette that has built-in Bluetooth connectivity and
a music player. From their website, "Supersmoker or Clubsmoker are electronic
cigarettes, you can smoke without all the harmful ingredients of a conventional
cigarette. We have two kinds, rechargeable and disposable e-cigarettes.
With the rechargeable you need refills (Cartomizers/Cartridges) and
this cigarette can be recharged every day. The disposable is an e-cigarette
that lasts about 2 packs of conventional cigarettes and can be thrown
away after use. Easy to take with you on an evening out. " At 79,95€
($110US), they are not cheap, but compared to a pack of tobacco-based
smokes that cost about $5 to $15 per pack of 20 'cancer sticks,' the
Supersmoker Bluetooth is a bargain. Add to that the recent major
11-year study that concluded cellphone and WiFi RF radiation does
not cause cancer, and you have a win-win situation from a cancer perspective.
USB charger is available for 6,95€ in case it takes more than one
set of batteries to kick the habit or maybe you'll find you like listening
to the music and want to continue.
I wonder if Supersmoker Club
will open a branch office in Colorado and offer a Bluetooth-connected
bong or perhaps a refillable pack of Bluetooth-connected rolling papers?
Heck, how about a Bluetooth-connected bag clip for keeping Doritos fresh
between munchies binges? I loved Colorado enough to move there twice,
but I'm glad to not be there now amongst the stoners!
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