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May 1, 2009
The unit consists of a rechargeable lithium battery and atomizer that creates vapor when the device is inhaled, and the replaceable cartridge. Liberty Stix cartridges are made in the U.S. The product's purposes include allowing users to circumvent clean indoor acts that prohibit smoking in restaurants, bars, sports venues and even airplanes. Liberty Stix are also designed to be used in conjunction with cigarette smoking, and helping people cut down on cigarettes. In addition, the company reports that 15 to 20 percent of users are able to quit using traditional cigarettes.
Liberty Stix replicates the look of a regular, 100, filter cigarette, and has an LED light on the end when it's being smoked, which not only indicates that it's in use, but also shows that the battery is working. The minimum order is $500 with shipping. It includes 12 starter kits and six cartons of 10 two packs of cartridges, and a point of sale displayer. The starter kit includes the Liberty Stix unit, a wall charger, an instruction manual and two cartridges. The cartridges are typically of medium strength nicotine, unless otherwise specified.
The starter kit wholesales for $25, and the suggested retail price is $35 to $45. A two pack of cartridges wholesales for $3, and suggested retail is $5 to $5.50. Each cartridge provides use equivalent to between three quarters of a pack to a full pack of cigarettes. The wholesale price for a carton of cartridges containing 10 two packs of cartridges is $30, and the suggested retail is $50.
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