The World’s First Electric Joint Debuts in Amsterdam

The World’s First Electric Joint Debuts in Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS – Dutch company E-Njoint BV has invented and developed the world’s first electric joint. The E-Njoint is disposable and is consumed at trendy dance parties, music events, bars and clubs.

Currently 10.000 e-joints per day are produced, which are sold all over Europe at regular cigarette stores and retail shops.

The first edition of the E-Njoint is disposable and contains no THC, tobacco or nicotine, making it quite harmless and 100 percent legal.

Its design has the typical shape of a joint and a green cannabis leaf lights up through the chrome plated tip, each time the user takes a puff. It comes in six fruity flavors.

The second and third edition however can be smoked as real electric joints. The E-Njoint Rechargeable can be filled by users with their own cannabis liquid content. Also E-Njoint is in negotiation with Tikun Olam, a well known Medical Cannabis Company, in order to purchase knowledge that will allow transforming these products into health products.

The E-Njoint Vaporizer can be used to smoke dry herbs, allowing users to smoke weed as well.

The E-Njoint sets a new step in electronic smoking, which is a hot topic everywhere in the world. Opinions vary and so do local regulations. The question is how governmental institutions are going to rate this new invention currently marketed in Europe.

Who else than the Dutch could come with an electronic version of the joint?

Holland is well known in the world for its tolerant and liberal attitude toward soft drugs and the introduction of this new product clearly makes a statement: “As long as you don’t bother or disturb other people and stay within the legal boundaries, all is well,” CEO Menno Contant of E-Njoint says.

He predicts a new trend as he sees the product being marketed in Europe without too much marketing efforts. “A manufacturers dream”, is what he calls it.

“Developed, manufactured and sold at lightning speed. Everyone should feel fine, because what we are doing is no crime,” Contant says.

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