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.
Slogan: Taking Vaping to the Highest Level
Category: E Cigarettes
Claims: Up to 500 Puffs, 100% THC Free, 100% Biological
Price: 8,95 €
Where to Buy: Store Locator, Buy Online
Rent The Runway has become a popular destination for renting evening dresses but can the system work for jeans as well? Dutch entrepreneur Bert Van Son’s company Mud Jeans has launched a new service that lets customers lease a pair for a year. Co.Exist explains the costs and options involved:
Customers pay a one-off 20 euro fee ($27), covering shipment and admin, and then 5 euros a month for a year (80 euros in total). At the end of the contract, they have three options. They can send the jeans back. They can get a new pair, paying a reship cost and the lease fee. Or, they can choose to keep the jeans, paying another four months at 5 euro plus a further 20 euro deposit. That goes towards another pair, when they eventually need one.
The jeans, which are made of high-end organic cotton from Turkey, are either washed, repaired and reused when the customer sends them back, or they are shredded and returned to the factory.
A Dutch entrepreneur has offered couples the chance of a weekend away with a difference - by staying in a hotel where he will help them finalise their divorce.
Jim Halfen's 'Divorce Hotel' allows pairs intent on breaking up to get quick divorces by staying for two days in their accommodation and coming out as two all-but-separated people.
The Netherlands-based firm aim to talk couples through alimony, splitting assets, visitation rights for children and any other outstanding marital issues to help finalise a divorce.