Raspberry Ripple by 88 Vape
88 Vape, the brand for those who love a bargain!
88 Vape brings us Blue ice pops on a hot afternoon. Two scoops of vanilla by laced with bright red sticky syrup. Raspberry Ripple’s the flavour of British summertime, and it was a flavour we just needed to add to our range.
So the next time the sun peeks out from behind all that grey, reach for a bottle of our Raspberry Ripple, take a deep breath, and enjoy one cloud that won’t ruin your summer!
88Vape was launched in 2013 with the intention of filling a very specific gap in the vaping market – to make vaping more affordable for those wanting to quit smoking. Since then they’ve successfully proven that vaping high quality juices doesn’t always have to cost the Earth – something we believe in too!
88 Vape’s 10ml range is a 50/50 VG/PG ratio and is ideal for use in starter kits such as the T18E, PockeX or Arc5. 88 Vape’s flavours also come in a range of nicotine strengths to match almost any demands for new vapers as well as those who’ve recently quit smoking!
This e-liquid comes in a range of different strengths to suit the needs of new vapers and ex smokers.
As a rule of thumb here’s a rough guide on choosing your perfect nicotine strength:
3mg – 5 a day
6mg – 5 to 10 a day
12mg – 15 to 20 a day
18mg – 20+ a day
Freebase Vs Nic Salts
88 Vape’s regular 10ml range uses freebase nicotine, which is the same refined version of nicotine used in cigarettes. Because of this it helps you get the same nicotine fix as you would from smoking, and is a great option if you’re looking to quit as it mimics the experience and effects of smoking better than Nicotine Salts, which are smoother to vape but don’t hit your system as fast. 88 Vape also has a range of nic salts in their flavour range if you’re interested in nic salts!
- 50/50 VG/PG Ratio
- Perfect for starter kits and vape pens
- 10ml bottle
- Comes in a range of nicotine strengths
- Made in the UK
- Childproof locking cap
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