Costa Vapor has the ideal alternative to help you give up smoking tobacco

By Wendy Ann Cowham Wednesday, 17 June 2015 08:06 0
WELL STOCKED: The store in Fuengirola. WELL STOCKED: The store in Fuengirola.

E-CIGARETTES are the ideal alternative to have for those smokers who find it hard to totally kick the habit of reaching for their cigarette.
This healthier concept has taken many countries by storm and now smokers can enjoy the sensation of smoking without the underlying dangers.
Costa Vapor in Fuengirola stock the largest selection of e-cigarettes on the Costa del Sol as they can offer their clients 300 different flavours of vapour to choose from. Petri Mantysalo, owner of Costa Vapor, came over from Finland to offer his e-cigarette products in 2011.
Since then he has found that the demand has been so great that he can now offer the most competitive prices to his clients, due to the wide range that he carries. There are many special offers and starter kits to help beginners choose the correct product, plus so many models and sizes that will fit your pocket both economically and physically, so it is worth a browse in store or online.
All the top brands are available including Joytech, Jusfog and Aspire, and so many flavours to try at incredible prices. The most popular is FinVape and the newest product available is the Liqua range of Cherry. Choose your nicotine strength from the quantity of milligrams you prefer, you can even choose a zero milligram rated vapour if you wish.
Costa Vapor can supply all your needs as in addition to this they offer Clearomizers and Cartomizers, batteries and chargers, single kits, E-pipes, disposables, rebuildable atomizers, and much more. Currently Costa Vapor have some amazing special offers, so it is worth visiting the store to get the best advice on which is most suitable to your personal needs.
You can also browse and shop online to see all products that are available at www.costavapor.com or call 952 465 475. The store is open 10am to 2pm and 5pm to 9pm. Camino de Coin 5, Fuengirola (next to the old ayuntamiento now Hotel Casa Consistoral).

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