Electronic cigarettes are among the latest technologies to be explored by health and safety advocates as they look for ways to help people quit smoking.
However, the products are not entirely harmless.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the electronic cigarettes contain nicotine that can trigger allergic reactions and can cause cancer.
They are also linked to several health problems, including respiratory infections and bronchitis.
And they don’t work as well as traditional cigarettes, which are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
One of the main criticisms of the devices is that they don´t provide smokers with much of an alternative to traditional cigarettes.
That may be changing, however, as a new electronic cigarette called Mouser has come up with a solution.
The Mousers new device is powered by the same battery as traditional e-cigarettes.
But instead of the standard batteries, the Mouseros electronic cigarette is made out of high-grade nickel.
This means that the battery will last for a much longer time.
“It’s going to last a long time,” said the company’s co-founder, David Leavitt.
“You won’t be using it for more than a few days.”
The new Mousermans batteries are made of a mix of nickel and copper.
In theory, it should last longer than the average e-cigarette, said Leavits co-director, Scott Hauschildt.
That means Mousera could be on the market before the FDA’s deeming guidelines are finalized in December.
That will mean the devices can go into widespread use in the US by 2021.
Leavitters battery will cost $39.95 per month, with plans for a six-month supply.
But that may change depending on the demand.
“If you have people who are really addicted, you could get some really strong demand from the mass market,” Leavitz said.
He added that he expects the Mulser to sell well because the battery packs can be shipped internationally.
“I think it will sell well.
There are people that are not addicted that are looking for the alternative,” he said.
The company plans to sell Mouserets batteries online and in stores, and it is working with manufacturers to develop the software and hardware needed to make them compatible with e-cigs.
For now, Leavit says it hopes to have a range of Mousembers available by the end of the year.
Mousercs biggest challenge will be convincing smokers that it is safe.
While Mousero devices have been shown to reduce tobacco use in research studies, they are not yet approved by the FDA for use in medical settings.
Leavell said that the company is looking for partners in the health care industry who can help it get approval.
“We don’t want to go on the back of a lot of people that don’t know what they are doing,” he told Bleacher.
“They are not doing what is good for the public health.”
Mulsers battery will be available for a limited time, but it will not be available on the shelves of all retailers.
The devices will be priced at $39 per month for six months and $69 per month thereafter.
Leaves also said the Mosphers battery packs could be sold at a discount if the product reaches the mass consumer market.
The FDA will decide by November on whether Mouseria can be marketed as a health product.
But until then, Leaveells plans to continue to develop Mousems battery packs.
“There are going to be people that will be tempted to try Mouserr,” he explained.
“Because they don`t know what to expect.”