SPRING HILL, Tenn. — McDonald Webb, Inc. has introduced The Steampunk Sparkplug for Smokers, the first domestically produced, mass marketed e-cigarette. Invented in China about four years ago “e-cigarettes” work by heating a glycol substance with nicotine and tobacco flavoring added. While a popular novelty item, e-cigarettes contain many consumable parts that fail and must be replaced often. They also use a battery that only lasts several minutes with constant use.

Steampunk Sparkplug for SmokersDue to quality and reliability issues, e-cigarettes, while viewed by most as a good idea, have largely been disappointing and are considered a market failure.

About The Steampunk Sparkplug: About a year ago, McDonald Webb founders Jon Webb and James McDonald designed, manufactured and began testing an e-cigarette product designed to be as reliable as a normal cigarette.

With a rechargeable battery lasting up to 12 hours with normal use, and a casing so strong it comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty, The Steampunk Sparkplug is the first product of its kind that will allow users to leave their cigarettes at home without worry.

“This is a cutting edge product far superior to anything on the market,” said James McDonald co-founder of McDonald Webb, “Not only does it give the smoker all the elements of a regular cigarette: smoke, taste, and nicotine; but it does this without smelly smoke, fire, or even one switch. We believe the Steampunk Sparkplug will do for the e-cigarette, what Zippo did to the match.”

About McDonald Webb, Inc:
McDonald Webb is a U.S. based and owned manufacturing company. Our power source, or Sparkplug, is made by local screw machine shops by hand. Our products come with a thirty day 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, and Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Currently the Steampunk Sparkplug is only available online at .

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