It feels like it’s taken forever, but iQOS is now on sale in the USA. Although it hasn’t officially launched yet, Philip Morris International’s first American iQOS Store has been in “soft operational mode” for almost three weeks now. The FDA granted iQOS a Pre Market Tobacco Authorisation back in April, so PMI haven’t exactly rushed to get the shop open, but it’s there now and Atlantans have the chance to legally try Heat not Burn for the first time.Continue reading iQOS in the USA – Bad timing, or good luck?
Here at Heat not Burn UK we’ve spent the summer testing new devices and topping up our tans, but there’s been some interesting stuff going on around the world. The big news from a few months back, of course, is that iQOS finally managed to get approval from the US FDA. Now that’s about to translate into actual products on American shelves, as PMI prepare to open the USA’s first iQOS store. HnB is starting to make headway in the Persian Gulf too, as Dubai Airport’s iQOS shop is set to be joined by a string of retailers across the country. There’s still resistance, of course – India seems to be trying for a ban on HnB products – but overall the news is looking pretty good!Continue reading News Roundup – September 2019
We are very happy indeed to be able to bring you some great news, and the great news is a price drop on the IQOS 3, the IQOS 3 Multi, the IQOS 2.4 Plus along with packets of HEETS.
The IQOS 3 is now £89, the IQOS Multi is down to £79 and the IQOS 2.4 Plus is just £59.Continue reading Price drop on IQOS and HEETS