Shortfill vs 10ml Eliquid Guide
Shortfill Eliquid Guide
Premixed 10ml vs Shortfill eliquid
Since we have been getting lots of questions regarding shortfills vs 10mls, we thought it would be helpful to outline the pros and cons of premixed 10ml's and shortfill eliquids.
We hope the guide below will help users who are new to the world of shortfill eliquids, make more of an informed decision.
|10ml - Premixed with nicotine||Shortfill - with Nicotine shot|
|Legal||Yes||Yes (0mg / 0% Nicotine)|
|Product Regulation||Heavy||Little to None|
|New Products to market||Slow||Quick|
|Letter Boxed Sized Packaging||Yes||No, Standard Parcels|
|Choice of nicotine strengths||1mg to 20mg||Very Limited usually only 3mg / 0.3%|
|Undesirables (e.g. Diacetyl , Acetyl Propionyl)||No||Unlikely, with established brands.|
|Bottle size choices||10ml maximum||Any size|
|Ready to vape||Yes||Add nicotine manually or vape in 0mg.|
How to mix Shortfill Eliquids
If you're new to short fill eliquids, simple take 50ml of zero nicotine eliquid and add the full 10ml (18mg/1.8%) nicotine shot.
You get 60ml of 3mg eliquid.
The same applies for a 100ml shortfill apart from it will require 2 x 18mg nicotine shots to achieve a 3mg overall