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Firelight Fusion E Cigarettes Announces Free Batteries

The Fusion brand of e cigarettes has made it even easier and more affordable to use their electronic cigarette

OVIEDO, Fla., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Smokers that have made the switch to Firelight Fusion have already benefited from the massive savings of the electronic cigarette when compared to traditional e cigarettes, but there is more to the story. Fusion is is on average of 20 to 30% cheaper than other e cigarette companies for the same quality electronic cigarette as other top companies and retailers.

Now, Fusion has a program for free batteries because all rechargeable e cigarette batteries wear out over time. The company claims it's their way to make the best alternative to tobacco cigarettes affordable to every smoker in the U.S.

"We want to keep smokers cost to 1/3rd of smoking cigarettes each month, and that's a great incentive for smokers to switch to water vapor instead of inhaling burnt tobacco into their lungs day in and day out," states Tiffany Ellis of Firelight Fusion. "As more and more tests, trials and studies come out, the tide is turning in favor of the electronic cigarette as a viable option when compared to smoking tobacco cigarettes."

Firelight fusion also makes e cigarettes even cheaper with their e liquid that comes in tobacco, menthol and fruit flavors like apple flavor, offering adult smokers more options, an better alternative and lower prices.

Firelight Fusion is one of the top e cigarette retailers in the United States. Visit their website at http://www.firelight-fusion.com/.

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SOURCE Firelight Fusion

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