E-cigarette lets you smoke, take calls, and play music

The Supersmoker Bluetooth e-cigarette sports a speaker, microphone, and volume-control buttons.

Fumbling for your phone while smoking an e-cigarette can be a drag. But now, with the new Supersmoker Bluetooth e-cigarette, you’ll be able to receive calls right from your e-cig. For €79, the Supersmoker also acts as a speaker for your music.

The e-cigarette — available in black, silver, gold, rose, and blue —connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device, including phones.

Each Supersmoker e-cig also sports a speaker, microphone, volume controls and a Bluetooth button. We can’t vouch for the call quality or music volume yet though.

The company claims that when your device is connected, you can stream music from Spotify or YouTube through the e-cigarette’s speaker.

Incoming calls will cause the cigarette to buzz and vibrate, and you can talk to your friend without having to place the cigarette in your mouth or ear thanks to the built-in speaker and microphone.

Supersmoker does warn that you should have the microphone close during a call, but it doesn’t give a specific range.

You can enjoy the Supersmoker Bluetooth with flavoured cartridges such as apple, chocolate, coffee, and strawberry, or more traditional flavours such as menthol and tobacco for an additional $4.95.

The cigarette comes with a USB charger, an AC charger, a filling chamber, and a cord so you can conveniently hang your speaker-cigarette around your neck.

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