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E-liquid Deals Buy Cheapest Premium Vape Juice Flavours UK Made by DIY E Liquids are known for providing a variety of flavours. E Liquids are available in many flavours, so no matter what you are looking for, there is an E Liquid for you. We create our e liquids using high quality ingredients, allowing you to choose which juice flavours you want to experience. At our online store, you can find a variety of TPD Compliant E Liquids and Short Fill E Liquids at low prices. We have a number of Mystery Boxes to choose from if you are looking for quality at a good price.

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E-Liquid FAQ

How long does E Liquid last?

This all depends on your personal vaping preference.
When you use a sub ohm device, also known as DTL (Direct to lung), you may find that you use more E Liquid because you will be vaping at a higher wattage. When you vape at a higher wattage, you’ll produce a larger cloud and may need to refill your tank more often. If you are using a sub ohm device, we recommend you use shortfill e liquids because they come in larger bottles of 50ml, 100ml, and 200ml. Typically, a 100ml shortfill e liquid lasts between one and two weeks for a heavy vaper, while a moderate / casual vaper can find it lasts about one month.
When you use mouth-to-lung kits, often referred to as starter kits or pod kits, you’ll be vaping at a much lower wattage, which will produce much smaller clouds. For these devices, a 10ml e juice or a 10ml nic salt would be more appropriate rather than a shortfill e liquid.
When using a starter kit or pod kit, a 10ml bottle of e liquid or nic salt can typically last one week for a heavy vaper, and two to three weeks for a moderate or casual user.

Can you use any E Liquid in any vape pen?

Different liquids are designed for different types of vaping. If you intend to use more of a starter kit or pod kit, then it is recommended to stick to a liquid with a 50vg/50pg mix. This is because the intake holes in the coils are smaller and it is easier for the eliquid to flow to the coils at a faster rate to avoid burning the coils and causing a burnt taste when vaping.

If you like vaping on bigger Mods and vape kits with powerful tanks then a higher VG base eliquid is recommended the intake holes in the coils are larger and allow for a thicker liquid to move to wick the coil faster, So many vapers who use these DTL or advanced kits tend to use a 70vg/30pg mix or higher in there kits and tanks. A thinner e liquid in these devices can sometimes lead to leaking issues as the thin liquid can run to freely through the coils and through the intake for the air flows.

If you are new to vaping and are unsure the simplest way is to use a disposable vape kit, these devices have taken off over the last few years, they come with a prefilled 2ml tank and a built-in battery to power the device.

How much does E Liquid cost?

E liquids and vaping can save money compared to smoking cigarettes, vaping is far cheaper than smoking some estimates have shown that heavy smokers can end up saving thousands of pounds per years vaping compared with smoking, at DIY eliquids we are committed to serving the vape community and we now have available e liquids starting from £1.00 per bottle.

How much nicotine in E Liquids?

E Liquids come in several different Nicotine strengths, 10 ml free base eliquids will normally be found in the following strengths, 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 12mg and 18mg

10ml Nic Salts are available in 2 strengths 10mg and 20mg Nic salts tend to be a lot smother then freebase nicotine eliquids. So, when starting you may have to try a few different strengths to find the one that suites you.

What is e liquid?

E liquid is also known as vape juice or e juice is the liquid that is used in all electronic cigarettes or vape kits. E liquid is made up from 4 key ingredients, vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol, e liquid flavour concentrates and nicotine. VG and PG are the carriers of the flavour and nicotine. All the four main ingredients have different properties but combined make e liquid or e juice.

There are also different mixes in e liquids from 50vg/50pg  Mix and 80vg/20pg. the different mixes are designed for different vape kits and tanks. The liquid in the tanks or pods is heated causing the it to vaporise, this is what you inhale when vaping.

What e liquid should I use?

This will depend on the type of vaping device you are using to vape.

For starter kits or pod kits, or if you need a higher dosage of nicotine, a 10ml e liquid or nic salt is more suitable. This is because your device is designed to work with liquids with a 50VG/50PG mix ratio and liquids range in strengths between 0mg and 20mg

Shortfill e liquids are better for sub-ohm and DTL (Direct to lung) devices that operate at higher wattages. In general, shortfill eliquids have a 70VG/30PG or an 80VG/20PG mix ratio, resulting in a thicker e liquid and making them more suitable for higher power devices. Shortfill E Liquids are available in 0mg but can be mixed up to 3mg or 6mg by adding nicotine shots.