Strawberry Custard – SV Labs 50ml E-Liquid Short fill
Strawberry and Custard in our SV Labs range is one for the dessert crowd! Grab yourself something sweet with our new Strawberry and Custard e-liquid – All the taste without the calories! A simple but delicious flavour to keep you chugging clouds all day!
SV Labs is our own brand of vape juice – we’ve picked the flavour profiles from the best selling liquids from our 8 years of being open. The Labs range is a 70/30 ratio, making them perfectly suited to kits such as the Drag X or Aegis Zeus kits, or tanks such as the Falcon range or the Valyrian 2 tank.
SV Labs E-Liquid is a sure fire way to get the best flavour for your buck – their delicious juice ranges hit perfect price points for anyone on a budget!
This e-liquid only comes as nicotine free or in a 3mg strength. The 60ml bottle allows you to add an 18mg nicotine shot to the 50ml of juice which makes a 3mg juice. When using a higher powered kit and a lower ohm coil you’ll generate a lot more vapor. The big difference in vapour means the nicotine strength should be low as you’re getting much bigger volumes of vape. Put simply – a 3mg shortfill when used with a bigger kit is not the same as a 3mg 10ml bottle when used with a pen.
Freebase Vs Nic Salts
When adding nicotine to this vape juice you can either choose freebase nicotine or Nicotine Salts. Freebase Nicotine 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. It’s is a great option if you’re looking to quit smoking! This is because it mimics the experience and effects of smoking better than Nicotine Salts. Nicotine Salts are smoother to vape but don’t hit your system as fast. Vapers usually increase their strength to compensate for this.
- 70/30 VG/PG Ratio
- Freebase or Salt based Nicotine options
- Perfect for most kits
- 60ml bottle – 50ml juice
- Made in the UK
- Childproof locking cap
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