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DIY E Liquids

DIY e liquid offers the complete freedom to create your own personalised vape flavour. If you’re interested in becoming a master e liquid mixologist, see our full range of DIY e-liquid flavours and equipment below and don’t forget to check out our complete guide to mixing your own e-liquid.

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  1. Totally Wicked Gold Standard Concentrate 10ml
    • UK sourced flavour concentrate
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    £2.99
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  2. NICO-ICE Nicotine Mixing Solution 3 x 10ml
    • Easy DIY e-liquid solution
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  3. 250ml Diluent
    • A DIY e-liquid must have
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  4. 10ml Empty Mixing Bottle
    • Great for DIY e-liquid
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  5. 30ml Empty Mixing Bottle
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  6. 20ml Empty Mixing Bottle
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How Do I Make My Own E-liquid?

To make your own e-liquid, you will need the following.

VG - Vegetable glycerine is a thick diluent that makes up a large part of the e-liquid. It is designed to create the vapour when heated.

PG - Propylene glycol is another diluent that creates the throat hit to provide the sensation of smoking. It also makes up large amount of the e-liquid and is what carries the flavour.

Flavour concentrates - These concentrates are added to the liquid to give it the desired flavour. Mix and match flavours to create your owm bespoke taste.

Nicotine shot - This adds the nictone to the e-liquid. The amount added will determine the strength.

What PG/VG Ratio should I Use?

It is important to make sure the DIY vape liquid is right for the kit or tank. 50/50 PG/VG vape juice can be used with almost any vape kit as they are well-balanced and suitable for both sub-ohm and regular vapers. High VG vape juice is best for kits and tanks that use low resistance coils. For MTL vape kits a higher VG may cause dry hits. This is because the coils will struggle to wick a thicker vape juice.

How Do I Make DIY E-liquid Safely?

Do not add anything to a DIY e-liquid that isn’t a regulated vaping diluent, nicotine base or flavour concentrate. Even something as simple as adding honey to your DIY e-liquid may not seem harmful. However, it will immediately burn the coil while also making it unsafe to use.

New to DIY e-liquid and need some help? Why not chat to our friendly trained staff via our Live Chat in the bottom right hand corner of your screen. Live Chat is available Mon-Fri 9am-4:45pm.

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