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eLiquid Range

Our vaping customers buy online from us time and time again, why? Simply because they LOVE our huge range of great tasting, highly-rated e-liquids, expertly crafted by our in-house mixologists. Choose from over 80 great tasting vapes available in 3 nicotine strengths and 4 sizes. Even though we are a shortfill vape juice specialist, we haven’t forgotten those of you who love your 10mls e-liquids! We produce a large range of 10ml e-liquid pre-mixed with your choice of nicotine strength. With e-liquid flavours ranging from our classic Debonair Tobacco eLiquid 10ml all the way to the decadent Debonair Vanilla Custard eLiquid 10ml, we cater for every taste!

Premium Quality E-Liquids

We take quality very seriously at Vapoholic which is why all our e-liquids are fully produced in the UK in a state-of-the-art ISO 7 clean room. Carefully blended by our dedicated flavourists before being batch coded for complete traceability. We use only the superior-quality ingredients in our ejuice which meet our own high standards, including EP/USP pharmaceutical grade nicotine.

Put it this way…we vape our own e-liquid…and only if we feel it’s good enough, do we let it out of our doors!

How long does e liquid last?

This depends on a few things really. Firstly, how long your e-liquid lasts will largely depend on the amount you vape. Obviously, the more you vape the faster your e-liquid will run out!

The type of device you use will also heavily influence the amount of e liquid you go through. For instance, pen-style starter kit devices will use up a lot less e-liquid than advanced sub-ohm kits.

If you’re just starting out then you can expect a bottle of 10ml standard nicotine e liquid to last you a few days. On the other hand, if you’re a heavy user with a sub-ohm kit then you might go through that in as little as a day.

If by ‘how long does e liquid last?’ you mean the amount of time it’ll take to deteriorate, most good-quality vape juices should last 1-2 years.

Can you use any e liquid in any vape pen?

Theoretically yes, but that doesn’t mean that you should. Some types of liquids work better with certain devices, and using the wrong vape juice with your device can produce some rather undesirable results.

For instance, if you use 50/50 e liquid with a sub-ohm device then chances are it’ll leak. It’ll also be extremely harsh on the throat. Likewise, vaping 70/30 e liquid with a plus-ohm kit will have equally poor results as your device will struggle to heat up the more viscous liquid, resulting in a lacklustre taste and minimal cloud production.

For more information on which type of vape juice to use with your device, check out our e liquid guide.

How much does e liquid cost?

Aside from the health benefits of using e-cigarettes to quit smoking, perhaps the most attractive thing about vaping is the amount of money there is to be saved.

Vaping is far cheaper than smoking, and depending on how much you smoke you could make some pretty serious savings. If you’re someone who smokes heavily, you could save literally thousands every year!

At Vapoholic, we’re committed to providing the best-quality e-liquids at rock-bottom prices and our 10ml bottles start at just £0.99, so you won’t find better value for your money than our Ferocious e liquid or Fantasi e liquid ranges.

How much nicotine in e liquid?

E-liquids come in a range of strengths. This includes 3mg, 6mg, 12mg & 18mg.

These strengths are measured per ml, so a 10ml bottle at 3mg strength will contain 10 x 3mg (30mg), while a bottle at 6mg strength will contain 10 x 6mg (60mg) and so on.

These varying strengths help ensure our e-liquid range caters for all, so whether you’re a heavy smoker and you’re used to a strong dose of nicotine, or you’d prefer something a little smoother, you’re sure to find the ideal strength for you.

What strength nicotine e liquid should i use?

The strength you use is entirely your choice and the ideal strength differs from person to person. If you’re just quitting smoking then chances are you’ll be used to a decent hit of nicotine, so to keep your cravings at bay you may need a fairly strong e-liquid.

With that said, if you’re new to vaping then the throat hit you get from a 12mg or 18mg e-liquid might be too much to handle. If that’s the case, you could try our nic salts. Nic salts are designed to deliver a strong hit of nicotine but without the harshness of regular standard nicotine.

What's in e liquid?

At Vapoholic, we pride ourselves on the quality we offer, and all of our products are TPD-compliant, which means they conform to the rigorous standards set out by the EU. This includes all of our e-liquids.

Each of our vape juices is made using the industry-standard propylene glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG) combo, along with a few added ingredients to achieve that delicious flavour our products are renowned for.

What's the difference between PG and VG e liquid?

Propylene glycerine (PG) is found in many everyday items such as food, medicines and skin products. It’s also used in e-liquids for its emulsifying properties. Vegetable glycol is a viscous liquid made from coconut, palm or soybean oil.

VG and PG are both found in e-liquids, although they’re used in different ratios. For instance, 50/50 e-liquids have an even distribution of PG and VG, which means they’re thinner in consistency. They also have a slightly stronger throat hit due to the equal measure of PG.

On the other hand, 70/30 e-liquid use a higher proportion of VG. This produces thicker clouds of vapour and ensures a smoother vape, which is essential when used with sub-ohm kits as the throat hit you’d get from a 50/50 juice would be too intense.

How many cigarettes is 10ml e liquid?

Again, the answer to this one depends on a few things such as the strength of e-liquid and the type of vape juice you’re using.

As a rough rule of thumb, you’ll usually get around 100 hits in every 1ml. This is about the same as 10 cigarettes, so in a 10ml bottle you’ll usually get around 100 cigarettes’ worth of vapour.

In terms of the nicotine content, the amount of cigarettes you get in your e-liquid will heavily depend on the strength you’re using. Most cigarettes contain around 10 mg of nicotine, so with a 10ml bottle at 6mg strength containing 60 mg of nicotine, that’s around 6 cigarettes’ worth of nicotine. At the upper end of the spectrum, a 10ml bottle at 18 mg strength will contain the same as around 18 cigarettes.

With that said, remember that just because you’re smoking 20 cigarettes a day, that doesn’t mean you should vape a 20mg bottle of e-liquid as vaping is different to smoking.

Where to buy e cig liquid?

That’s easy, from us! No, in all seriousness, when you purchase your vape juice just make sure you do so from a TPD-compliant retailer. This means they conform to the regulations laid out by the European Union, and it’s a good way to make sure the products you’re buying are safe and legal.

At Vapoholic, all our e-liquids are TPD-compliant and our products are all made using only UK-sourced ingredients. So if you’re looking for great-quality e-liquids that are safe and affordable, you’ve come to the right place!

Can you dilute e liquid?

It is possible to dilute your e-liquid. The type of liquid you’re diluting will dictate what you add to it.

If you’re using a 70/30 e-liquid with a higher proportion of vegetable glycerin, the thickness of the liquid means you can simply add a few drops of distilled water. Alternatively, if you’re using a 50/50 and it’s a tad too harsh you could always add a little VG to make it a little smoother.

Regardless of what you’re diluting your e-liquid with, just remember not to overdo it or you risk completely upsetting the formula and ruining your product.

How to open e liquid bottle?

While this might seem like a strange question to ask, it’s actually surprisingly common.

In order to keep the liquid safely inside the bottle, we ensure the top is fitted as tightly as possible. But while this ensures no leakage, if you’ve purchased a shortfill and need to get inside the bottle to add your nicotine it can prove quite a challenge.

For a quick and easy way to remove the nozzle head, use a bottle opener or a thin, blunt object to get under the small notch located at the side. Just be careful not to apply too much pressure and always keep the bottle upright while you do it!

How to refill e cig with e liquid?

When you’ve purchased your e-liquid, it’s simply a case of getting into your device and then you’re ready to vape. Most devices/tanks have a top-filling system where you just insert the e-liquid bottle’s nozzle into the tank and squeeze your vape juice in.

For optimum flavour and performance, always wait for a while before you vape to allow the coil to prime. Five minutes should do it.

Is 0mg e liquid bad for you?

The most harmful chemical in e-liquid is nicotine, and while vaping is not 100% safe, it’s proven to be at least 95% safer than smoking and continues to be the number one Nicotine Replacement Therapy.

For some more information on the safety of using vape products, take a look at our Vaping & Health guide.

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