With an array of vaping devices, e-liquid manufacturer Nicopure Labs LLC is breaking out an expanded product line with new hardware, the company announced recently from its Tampa headquarters.
Products recently introduced to the market include Tracer Twist, Reactor Mini, Reactor Shorty and Reactor Mega. All four devices are “mods” of varying wattage, designed to let the user control output with features such as adjustable power and temperature control.
“Mod” refers to a vaping tool using a modified object to fashion a tubular vaporizing device, such as a flashlight or metal tube, that lets users better calibrate their vaping activity.
"At Nicopure, we're always looking for new ways to give our customers more options, whether it's by developing an extensive line of e-liquid flavors or through the introduction of new hardware, as we're doing today," Jason Del Giudice, CTO and co-founder of Nicopure Labs, said.
The additional options will give the company's existing Halo and eVo e-liquid customers greater flexibility.
"These new devices will allow our customers to better customize their vaping experience, making it even more enjoyable for them. It only makes sense that our premium e-liquids should be paired with the latest and best hardware available," Del Giudice said.
Nicopure Labs recently upgraded its 110,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility located in Gainesville with a 10,000-square-foot addition.