life, liberty and

the pursuit of hapiness

What sets you apart from the crowd? This independence day celebrate what makes you unique with some help from the Mech family. Create your very own individualized Mech Box with 3, 4 or 5 120ML bottles of your favorite premium e-juice flavors to keep the party going even after the fireworks are gone. Read below for more information.

but first...

need some ice breakers?

We compiled a list of neat facts you probably didn't know about Independence Day. Share them with your friends and impress them with some unexpected trivia!

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Benjamin Franklin proposed the turkey as the national bird, but John Adams and Thomas Jefferson chose the Bald Eagle instead.


Have died on July 4th. John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. Adams and Jefferson both died on July 4, 1826.


In contrast, President Calvin Coolidge was born on July 4, 1872.

Taking it back

The Phillipines made their own independence from the US on July 4, 1946 by signing the treaty of Manila.

Other fish in the sea

Although there wasn't a complete consensus of the nation until 1790, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that there were around 2.5 million people living within the 13 colonies in the year 1776. In 2017, the U.S. population reached 325.7 million people.

National treasure

The original draft of the Declaration of Independence was lost and has never been found to this day.

receipts were kept

The declaration of independence was made as a justification for revolt against the british empire and it included a long list of charges against the king.


Macy's Fourth of July celebration is considered to be the largest Independence Day fireworks display in the country, featuring fireworks being shot from several barges along the East River.

making history

Only John Hancock and Charles Thompson signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Most of the others signed on August 2. Thanks to Thomas Jefferson, we know it today as "The Declaration of Independence."


Ready for an interesting fact? John Adams wanted to celebrate on July 2, being the day congress voted for independence. Another interesting fact: July 4th wasn't declared an official holiday until the year 1870.

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