Step into the vibrant world of vaping with our exceptional range of e-liquids, featuring the brand new SKE Crystal and esteemed brands like Bar Juice 5000, Vampire Vape, Slushie, and Elfliq by Elfbar. With an extensive variety of 10ml E-Liquids, Nic Salts, High VG options, and Shortfills in 50ml, 100ml, and 400ml sizes, we cater to every taste and preference. Seize the chance to explore our Mix and Match deals, designed to customise your vaping experience, and don't forget our special collections such as Nasty Juice and Dinner lady, available in both 50ml and 10ml sizes.

In addition to our vast product range, we offer loyalty points with each purchase and multi-buy deals for maximum savings. Try standout favourites like the Ultimate V2, Doozy Mix Nic Salts, and Nicohit's variety of 100ml shortfills. Our catalogue also includes the unique BAR Salts by Slushie and Elf Bar ElfLiq 10ml Nic Salts, as well as the complete Just Juice line. Free delivery on all items and compatibility with a wide range of vaping devices ensure a seamless and satisfying vaping journey, regardless of your experience level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does E-liquid Last?

The shelf life of e-liquid can vary depending on several factors such as the quality of the ingredients used, the storage conditions, and the nicotine content.

In general, e-liquids can last for 1-2 years if stored properly in a cool, dark, and dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat. Exposure to sunlight and heat can cause the e-liquid to deteriorate, which can affect the flavour and potency.

What are e-liquids?

E-liquids are the liquids used in e-cigarettes to create the vapor that is inhaled by the user. They typically contain a mixture of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), which are safe food-grade additives that help create the vapor. E-liquids can also contain nicotine, although many are available in nicotine-free versions.

Flavourings are often added to e-liquids to provide a variety of tastes and aromas. These can range from traditional tobacco and menthol flavours to fruit, candy, dessert, and other unique flavours. The ratio of PG to VG can vary in e-liquids, affecting the texture, flavour, and throat hit of the vapor produced by the e-cigarette.

Are E-Liquids and Nic Salts the same?

E-liquids and Nic salts are not the same, although they are both used in electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.

E-liquids are the liquid substances used in vaping devices to create the vapor that is inhaled by the user. They typically contain a mixture of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), flavourings, and optionally nicotine. E-liquids with nicotine are available in a range of strengths and can be used in a variety of vaping devices, including refillable tanks, pods, and disposable e-cigarettes.

Nic salts, on the other hand, are a type of nicotine that is extracted from tobacco leaves using a specific process. The resulting nicotine is in a salt form, which is smoother and less harsh on the throat than traditional nicotine found in e-liquids. Nic salts are often used in pod-based systems and other low-wattage devices, as they provide a higher concentration of nicotine with less harshness.

While both e-liquids and nic salts are used in vaping devices, they differ in terms of their chemical composition, potency, and suitability for different devices. E-liquids are generally more versatile and can be used in a wide range of devices, while Nic salts are often used in specific types of devices to provide a smoother and more potent nicotine hit.

Can e-liquids or Nic salts be carried in hand luggage?

In the UK, e-liquids and nic salts are allowed in hand luggage, but there are certain restrictions that travelers should be aware of. The UK government recommends that e-cigarettes and vaping devices should be carried in hand luggage rather than checked luggage, as they may pose a fire risk if they malfunction.

According to the UK government's guidelines, e-liquids and Nic salts should be placed in a clear, plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre and carried separately from other liquids in hand luggage. Each container of e-liquid or Nic salt must not exceed 100 millilitres in capacity, and the total amount of liquids carried in the plastic bag must not exceed 1 litre.