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The Best Price – All the Time

We offer our customers the best prices on our huge range of e juice, from High VG Shortfills & Nic Salt vape juices, to our amazing range of UK made quality classic eliquids.

Unlike a lot of websites, we don’t advertise cheap eliquid prices to draw you in and then bury the e liquids behind more expensive ones, making them impossible to find; Our eliquids are just 69p for 10ml bottles and £4.69 for a 100ml Shortfill (which includes two free Nic Shots), the cheapest e juice UK. Thats it – Great Prices, all the time. What better way to save money with our premium quality e liquids?

You’ll notice that we don’t often have special offers (although we recommend signing up to our mailing list if you’re looking for a bargain, we will have some deals like free delivery on occasions). Our juice is always on special offer!

Safety – We don’t cut corners!

We get asked a lot “why are your e liquids so cheap?”. Well, while Vape69 might be a new name in the vape liquid market, we’ve been in the vaping industry since 2010. Over the last 11 years we have been heavily involved in vaping & flavour development, so much so that we now own our own flavour house and laboratory with six onsite chemists and flavour technicians. One of our founders is even on the board of the IBVTA.

With a combined experience of over 60 years in flavour & e liquid development we know what we’re doing. We can control exactly what goes into our flavours and therefore our e liquids. In an independent study our vaping products produces 99.73% less harmful chemicals than cigarettes*. View our Vaping Safety page to find out more. Just because we sell cheap eliquid, it doesn’t mean you’re not getting a quality product.

Service – We provide the Best

Not only do we pride ourselves on our e liquids and vape products, but we also pride ourselves on our service. From customer service via email, phone, and live chat, to our fast delivery. We have same day dispatch for next day UK Delivery if you order before 3pm and free UK delivery on orders over £100.

We are also proud of exciting range of e liquid, which we always keep in stock. We manufacture our own e liquid, and with the ability to make up to 20,000 bottles a day of different e liquid types we maintain 100% stock availability. We have control over our whole supply chain from making our own nicotine salts to producing our own flavours.

Check out our vast range of cheap e liquid and if you have any questions, get in touch.

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Yes, we test all our vape juice. We have our own flavour house, so we mix our flavours from scratch, meaning we know exactly what goes into our e liquid. The test we perform are –

  • Nicotine Testing
  • Emissions Testing
  • Refractive Index & Density

 In addition, we pride ourselves on being able to ensure all our flavours are free from any CMRs (carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic substances) and we can verify this through our industry-standard GC systems.

Yes! By buying our e juices from our huge selection of cheap e liquids you can save loads of money. Using standard vaping devices, you can expect a 10ml bottle of e liquid to last around 3-7 days. Even if you use a 10ml bottle every two days that’s £2.42 a week or about £10 a month. If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day that’s currently around £341 month. So, if you quit smoking, you can save yourself more than £330 a month.

We know Nic Salt sounds weird, and your first thought was undoubtedly ‘is it the same stuff I add to make food taste nice’? But this type of salt that goes into our liquid is very different.

Here comes a chemistry lesson – when you bond an acid to an alkaline, you get salt… for example, that stuff on your chips? It’s sodium, which is heavily alkaline, bonded to chlorine which is heavily acidic. If you had either of them on their own it wouldn’t be pleasant, but combined as sodium chloride, it dances like magic on your taste buds.

Nicotine is alkaline. So, when you bond it to an acid, many things can happen, it just depends on the acid used. Just as bonding sodium to chlorine changes both, the same is true of nicotine. Nicotine in the tobacco plant is naturally partly in salt form, and partly as ‘freebase’ (unbonded nicotine). That’s why high strength nicotine in vapes can feel harsher on the throat than the cigarettes you (hopefully, used to) know and love.

Different type of Nicotine Salts:

Nicotine salt doesn’t irritate the throat anywhere near as much as regular nicotine, if at all – depending on the type of salt.

  • Nicotine salicylate (nicotine with salicylic acid) provides a smooth vape – but no other benefits.

  • Nicotine benzoate (nicotine with benzoic acid) increases the speed at which you feel the nicotine ‘kick in’. It provides an intense rush, but we don’t use this, as there are questions surrounding the health impact.

  • Nicotine levulinate (nicotine with levulinic acid) allows the nicotine to affect more areas of the brain. This can increase the level of satisfaction you experience, and the length of time you experience it for.

  • Nicotine lactate (nicotine with lactic acid), like salicylate, provides a very smooth hit, but it also slightly speeds up the rate of uptake, and allows the effects to last longer.

  • Nicotine pyruvate (nicotine with pyruvic acid). Again, this provides one heck of a rush, and a longer effect duration, but it tastes a bit like burnt matches. When we use it, it’s only one component of an overall mix of salts. Works surprisingly well with tobacco flavours.

You can see our full range here – Vape69 Nicotine Salts

Steeping is really important. We don’t mean treating your vape juice to a nice long warm bath, but like fine wines, some flavours need a bit of time to age. It’s amazing how liquid flavours change when you add nicotine. For most fruits, sweets, and ice flavours, you can simply vape straight away, but you’ll find that after 24-48 hours the character has fully expressed. With bakery/dessert flavours, 2 weeks maturing is a minimum. If you can be patient enough to wait for 4 weeks, you’ll find yourself in a state of vaping nirvana. And a good tobacco? It can take 4-6 weeks for the magic to happen and for the liquid to be fully alive and vibrant.

We pre-steep our range of vape juice so you can vape it straight away, but you can always leave it longer, it comes down to personal taste.

Choosing the right PG/VG ratio all depends on which device you are using and how you use it. Different vape tanks have different properties. As a general rule a sub ohm vaping device will use High VG e liquids like our 100ml shortfill e-liquid.

We get asked “Why the different PG/VG ratios based on strength?”

Quite simply, it’s because we believe people who buy higher nicotine strengths tend to use lower power devices, and people who use lower nicotine strengths use higher power devices. Lower power devices prefer thinner e-liquids. That’s why we use more PG (Propylene Glycol is thinner than Vegetable Glycerine). In the lower nicotine strengths, we use more VG to make a thicker e-liquid, which is what high-power devices prefer (and high-power vapers prefer too).

Lower power devices are designed for ‘mouth-to-lung’ (MTL/M2L) vape styles. This is the same way you smoke a cigarette – you draw into the mouth, then when you’ve finished your draw, you inhale into the lungs. High power devices are designed for ‘direct to lung’ (DTL/D2L) vape styles – sometimes simply called lung inhales. This is where, as opposed to using like a cigarette, you hold down the power button and simply breathe in. Why do this? Well lower nicotine means lower throat irritation. More power means you’re vaporising more liquid, which leads to a fuller flavour. With some liquids it can feel like you’re drinking a drink with the bursts of flavour rolling over the tongue.

Of course, there’s a middle-ground between these extremes. Some vapes produce about as much smoke as a cigarette. Others make you look like a human steam train. And countless others are somewhere between these two extremes.

In short, e-cigarettes designed to handle more power are generally designed to handle more VG. E-cigarettes used for low power are designed to handle more PG. We didn’t make the rules! But we know the rules, which is why we do things this way.

Congratulations, you’re in the right place to buy e-liquid flavours. We have a huge range of premium quality liquids. Take a look at our full range, choose what type of e-liquid you would like, add them to your basket and checkout. If you need any help, you can contact us here

Well, that depends, it all comes down to personal taste/preference. If you currently use a traditional cigarette and are looking to quit smoking, then we would suggest starting with a higher strength eliquid and working your way down the strengths. Using Nic Salts is a good way to start as it is a smoother vape. If you are looking to be a long-term vaper, then we would suggest using a medium to low strength like a 6mg or 3mg.

We sell our Short Fill liquid in 100ml bottles, but this is because they don’t contain nicotine or nic salt. The TPD or Tobacco Products Directive restricted the size of bottle that nicotine containing e liquid can be sold in to 10ml.

No, we don’t use any oil bases for our liquid flavours. As we make our own flavourings, we can carefully control what we put in them. We spend a lot of time making sure our cheap e liquds are vape safe.

According to Public Health England vaping is 95% safer than smoking. Our e liquid produces 99.73% less toxicants than cigarettes*. Seems like a good reason to stop smoking!

We adjust our PG / VG ratio (Propylene Glycol / Vegetable Glycerin) depending on the different nicotine strengths of our vape juice. The lower the nicotine strength, the more VG we use. This is because in general when using ejuice in e cigarettes with higher power you want less of a hit and more vaper.

Our ratios are as follows based on our different nicotine strengths –

  • 18mg/ml – 60(PG) / 40(VG) – good throat hit / good vapour.

  • 12mg/ml – 50(PG) / 50(VG) – medium throat hit / excellent vapour.

  • 6mg/ml – 45(PG) / 55(VG) – mild throat hit / excellent vapour.

  • 3mg/ml – 40(PG) / 60(VG) – mild throat hit / massive vapour.

  • 0mg/ml – 40(PG) / 60(VG) – no throat hit / massive vapour.

We have a selection of cool and ice cheap e liquid, which includes Blue Raspberry and Blackcurrant in our short fill range. Generally, Ice e liquids use a cooling agent called WS-23. WS-23, unlike other cooling agents is not derived from menthol, but like it’s counterparts, it has no odour or flavour and just provides a cooling effect. It is not as strong as some of the other variants, however the cooling effect is smoother and more rounded. It mainly effects the front of the mouth and tongue.

No, they don’t. Diacetyl in UK made e-liquids is a thing of the past. Since the TPD was introduced back in May 2016, Diacetyl has been banned in all e-liquid flavours. Diacetyl gives vape juice flavours a buttery taste. So, flavours such a Jam on Toast, Buttered Popcorn and some dessert flavours used to contain small amount. With the TPD regulations all new e-liquid flavours need to be submitted to the MHRA to ensure that there are no banned ingredients. As we have our own flavour house and produce out flavouring from scratch, we control everything that goes into our flavours.

You must be 18 years old to purchase electronic cigarettes, vaping devices and e-liquids in the UK, the same as buying traditional cigarettes. This is because most e-liquid contains nicotine which can be highly addictive.

Well, that depends, it all comes down to personal taste/preference. If you currently use a traditional cigarette and are looking to quit smoking, then we would suggest starting with a higher strength eliquid and working your way down the strengths. Using Nic Salts is a good way to start as it is a smoother vape. If you are looking to be a long-term vaper, then we would suggest using a medium to low strength like a 6mg or 3mg.

E-liquid can change colour due to the oxidation of nicotine. This process can also improve the flavour of the liquid. We call this steeping. To get the best flavour from tobacco & dessert flavours we like to let them steep for around 6 weeks before we bottle them. Other e-liquid types like Menthol and Mint are fine to vape straight away and generally don’t change colour.