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No there isn’t. The two terms, along with vape liquid, are one and the same thing. They are just different names for the flavoured mixture that is added to your e-cigarette, and turns to vapour when heated.
The e-liquids we sell start from £1.99 RRP for a standard 10ml bottle, as the volume increases as does the price. However, often if purchasing higher volumes e.g. Shortfills, the cost per ml will be less.
All e-liquids sold on our website have been submitted and approved by the MHRA. The MHRA sets the minimum standards for the safety and quality of all e-cig liquids in the UK. They’re also all diacetyl free, an ingredient that there has been concern over causing popcorn lung. For further information regarding the safety of eliquid and e-cigarettes and for some helpful advise please visit www.nhs.uk
Strength refers to the level of nicotine content in the vape juice. You will find the strength labelled in milligrams (mg), which is per millilitre of juice e.g. 6mg/ml. Short Fills bottles don’t contain any nicotine and are often referred as 0mg or zero nicotine e-liquid.
Deciding on what strength is right for you, will depend on your previous smoking habits. We’ve created a guide to help you select the right strength – which you can view here.
Two important ingredients used within e-liquid are Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG). These are added to the mixture at different proportions, most commonly 50VG / 50PG and 70VG / 30PG. You will also find 80VG/20PG, this are used in RDA’s or other drippers for those who are looking for Cloud Chaser type of vape.
Based on the device you are using, a certain type of PG/VG ratio will be best. For a mouth to lung starter kit (MTL) use a 50VG/50PG mix and for a sub-ohm device(DTL) use a 70VG/30PG mix. Using the wrong consistency of e-juice in your device will affect the performance of the device and can lead to a poor vaping experience.
It is an difficult question to give an accurate answer to, as this depends on a number of factors including the length of drag you used to take with a cigarette and the type of vape kit you’re now using. As a rough indication, 2ml of vaping liquid would equate to approximately one packet of cigarettes.
This varies from vaper to vaper. 10ml e-liquid will give you approximately 1000 puffs – however this again depends on the type of device you are using. If using a pen kit/pod kit the e-liquid is heated at a lower temperature therefore would last longer than if vaped in a higher powered sub-ohm device.
Nicotine salt liquids tend to last longer than standard freebase liquids. The addition of benzoic acid to nicotine, gives it a chemical structure which is faster absorbed by your body. This will give you a hit far quicker and in turn reduce the amount of e-liquid you need to vape.
Ensuring you purchase from a reputable vape shop, it is very hard to find bad vape liquids. On Mega Vape website you will only find premium e-liquids manufactured by leading UK and worldwide brands in the industry, these brands only use the highest quality pharmaceutical-grade ingredients.
We stock over 500 varieties of vape liquids in flavours ranging from tobacco to fruits and menthol to dessert flavours. Ultimately which is the best flavour is down to personal preference, a flavour that someone may enjoy might not necessarily be liked by somebody else. Remember that taste is subjective. We recommend purchasing smaller bottles at first and then moving to short fills of the same flavour.
These are nicotine free e-liquids sold in larger bottles. The bottle is only filled to 80% capacity, allowing you to add a nicotine shot if you wish. These were designed due to TPD regulations which means that eliquid with nicotine can’t be sold in a bottle larger than 10ml.