E-Njoint

E-NJOINT B.V. is an innovative design and manufacturing company with it’s head office in Delft, The Netherlands and it’s manufacturing facilities in Shenzhen, China.  We distinguish ourselves by providing constant innovation and unique designs of electronic vaporizing products.

Hundreds of e-cigarette and shisha products are being marketed worldwide, but they are all the same, nothing new, just a different color or dimension. E-NJOINT B.V. has a a different vision: We are unique and come up with new designs and technologies. We don’t copy products, we invent them…  

E-NJOINT B.V. manufactures products complying with western standards.

The management of E-NJOINT B.V. clearly states, not to market illegal products nor does it want to stimulate smoking cigarettes or other bad habits. The E-NJOINT™ team solely desires to provide high quality, unique and above all, fun products for the end-users.

All E-njoint™ products are patented worldwide and  E-njoint™ is a registered trademark. Trademarks and Logo’s are owned by E-NJOINT B.V.

intoxicatedwallflower:

Caitlin Stasey (@caitlinjstasey) posted this picture on her Instagram and Twitter accounts with the caption, “Be a living example of what you believe,” as part of the #FreeTheNipple Twitter campaign. The #FreeTheNipple campaign advocates for less censorship of female nudity in public. Instagram took the picture down saying it violates their policies. Caitlin responded with this:
"Congratulations @instagram, you are contributing to the objectification of women’s bodies. You continue to take a stance that is anti woman, anti choice and utterly misogynistic. Why haven’t you even entered the discussion? We understand your policy but why haven’t YOU reviewed it?"

intoxicatedwallflower:

Caitlin Stasey (@caitlinjstasey) posted this picture on her Instagram and Twitter accounts with the caption, “Be a living example of what you believe,” as part of the #FreeTheNipple Twitter campaign. The #FreeTheNipple campaign advocates for less censorship of female nudity in public. Instagram took the picture down saying it violates their policies. Caitlin responded with this:

"Congratulations @instagram, you are contributing to the objectification of women’s bodies. You continue to take a stance that is anti woman, anti choice and utterly misogynistic. Why haven’t you even entered the discussion? We understand your policy but why haven’t YOU reviewed it?"

(Source: lauraprepperoni)

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