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Combat E-Cigarette in Demand by Civilians

COLLEYVILLE, Texas, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- E Cigarettes Choice announced today that they will release a limited edition of the SS Choice No.7 STEALTH, which they originally designed for the military. The STEALTH E-cigarette (Military Version) design was released to soldiers last summer and has been battle tested in Iraq and Afghanistan with overwhelming success. The STEALTH version comes in a matte black finish that is difficult to see at night and blends in with military weapons. It does not emit light from the tip like a traditional e cigarette. The smoke-like vapor dissipates almost immediately compared to the tobacco cigarettes secondhand smoke which can hang in the air and be seen and smelled from far away. These features make them virtually invisible to enemy snipers and a safer way to smoke in combat.

Since the release of the STEALTH, the company has been inundated with requests from their retailers and consumers for a civilian friendly version. After a brief market test, the company made the decision to release limited edition e-cigarette starter kits to retailers with the box clearly marked not to use them in combat theaters since the LED light will be active. The new presentation designer box comes with two extended use rechargeable batteries, a spare atomizer, wall and USB chargers and filled smoking cartridges. The company thinks the kits will be snapped up quickly and are destined to become collectors' items.

The military version of the STEALTH was developed by SS Choice LLC after a combat veteran suggested they support our troops and their need to be able to smoke safely without flames in combat environments. SS Choice supports our military and always goes out of their way to do something extra for military orders headed for soldiers at overseas APO and FPO addresses.

E Cigarettes Choice is an American owned company located in Southlake, Texas and the number one supplier of e-cigarettes in the United States with distributors worldwide. Visit their site at

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