Vape Juice

Vape Juice is where vaping started. With all the flavors, nicotine levels, bottle sizes, and price options, This is where you can really fine-tune your set-up and save money on your vaping habit. Between nicotine salt and freebase nicotine, there is an e-liquid option for every vaper and ex-smoker. Check out our large variety of flavors as well as a more detailed description of our e-liquid selections below

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What is salt nicotine?

What is salt nic?

 Salt Nicotine is an alternative type of nicotine meant for 1.0ohm+ vaporizers and coils. Compared to freebase nicotine that you would normally find in lower mg juices (such as 3mg eJuice), Salt Nicotine works by delivering the nicotine to the bloodstream faster than freebase or traditional nicotine, while also providing less of a ‘harsh-ness’ (or throat hit) when vaporised compared to a freebase nicotine. Always remember to only use Salt Nicotine in coils above 1.0ohms.

What is bold 50 vape juice?

What is bold vape juice?

 “Bold 50” style vape juice refers to a simulated 50mg juice. Companies will often use a blend of salt nicotine and freebase nicotine to adjust the ‘hit’ of the juice or device itself. This often ends up as an increase in the throat hit or ‘feel’ of the vapour as opposed to a true 50mg. “Bold 50” style juices were created to simulate the feeling of 50mg juices that have been removed from the market due to restrictions from Health Canada.

What is the difference between salt nic and regular juice

Difference between salt nic and regular juice?

 Salt Nicotine and Freebase Nicotine vary in a variety of ways. Freebase nicotine is meant for a higher powered, typically sub ohm device. They often come in lower mg levels to not be overpower when generating larger quantities of smoke. Freebase nicotine will hit the bloodstream slower and often feel ‘less intense’ than their salt nicotine counterparts. Salt Nicotine is made for lower wattage, high ohm coils. Salt nicotine is often found in higher mg levels and hits the bloodstream faster than traditional freebase nicotine. Salt nicotine and salt nicotine devices are typically recommended for those that are seeking a sensation similar to a traditional cigarette.

What vape juice doesn't burn coils?

What vape juice is best for coils?

The best possible juice for your coils would be unflavoured or low-sweetener juices. Since it is very hard to determine the level of sweetener used in your juice, we recommend using an unflavoured juice if you are looking to get the most out of your coil. Typical eJuices can cause the coil to ‘caramelise’ and become burnt within the period of a few weeks. With unflavoured eJuice, you can expect your coil to last upwards of one month due to the lack of flavouring and sweeteners that can end up limiting your coils or pods life.

What's the expiry date on vape juice?

How long does vape juice last?

The expiration date for vape juice is usually between 1-2 years from the date the juice has been manufactured. After opening, it is recommended to use it within a few months, and to store it in a cool, dry place; properly sealed.

Are vape flavours banned?

Are vape juice flavors banned?

In certain countries, states and provinces (such as Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) flavoured vape juice is banned - please refer to your local laws and restrictions on vaping products.

How much vape juice can I bring on a plane?

In Canada and most other countries the limit is 100ml (3 oz) but it depends where you are travelling from/to. What countries you are transiting through, etc. You would need to research each country and airline individually, and confirm with the appropriate authorities what you can carry. 

What ingredients are in ejuice?

What is in vape juice?

E-liquids may contain nicotine, as well as propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin or glycerol, natural and artificial flavours. Salt nicotine vape juice also contains either benzoic acid or lactic acid.