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60/40, 30/70, or Max VG

E-juice consists of two base ingredients: Propylene Glycol or PG & Vegetable Glycerin or VG.  The only other ingredients are the flavoring which come in a PG base, and the nicotine which comes in either a PG or VG base.  That's it. There are absolutely zero other ingredients in our juices.

VG is a thick, slightly sweet to the taste liquid.  It is plant based and all natural. Many prefer a juice with more VG because it creates more vapor (bigger clouds) and tends to be easier on the throat than PG. 

Propylene Glycol or PG is thinner than VG. It carries or holds flavor better than VG.  PG attributes to some of the throat hit your juice provides (along with the nicotine and flavoring used). Some people are more sensitive to PG than others, while some are even allergic to PG.

We receive a lot of questions asking about the difference between our PG/VG blends.  Here is a run down:

Our 60/40 is 60% PG and 40% VG.  60/40 is best used in a "clearomizer" tank setup (excluding subohm tanks) to include: CE4, CE5, Kanger Protank/EVOD/T2/T3S, Aspire Nautilus, etc. 

Our 30/70 is 30% PG and 70% VG. 30/70 is significantly thicker than our 60/40 blend.  Since there is less PG in the blend you will notice the juice to be a little smoother and it will create more vapor.  30/70 performs the best in subohm tanks but will also perform quite well in an RDA/dripper.  Although many clearomizer users vape 30/70, please be warned that it may be too thick to wick properly in certain tanks causing frequent dry hits.

Our max VG is 100% VG minus the PG based flavoring used.  Max VG will only wick properly in certain subohm tanks while you will experience dry hits in others.  Max VG performs the best in an RDA/dripper setup.

 

 

 

 


Luke Gates
Luke Gates

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6 Responses

Justin
Justin

May 10, 2015

I’m still a little confused I have the istick 50w sub ohm and I was wanting to try the 30 70 blend. I’m running the manger tech sub tank mini. What do you think my best choice would be definitely don’t want dry hits

Jake
Jake

May 02, 2015

Just wanted to say that your Max VG blend wicks PERFECTLY in the Arctic Tank. Haven’t had a single dry hit. Thanks for the awesome juice!

Scott
Scott

January 29, 2015

With the introduction of Sub ohm coils now from aspire and kanger. Can the vg be used in those type of tanks being the flow holes are so much larger? Has your company tested with sub tanks and your vg?

Cammie
Cammie

November 11, 2014

If there’s any chance in the future you may consider higher nic in your max VG juice it would be really awesome!! I’d love to try your juice (and I still may, I’ll have to order two bottles of each flavor and mix your two levels) but I have a reaction to even levels of PG and high PG. I know there’s lots of folks with PG allergies or intolerance searching for an awesome juice at a good price, the market is somewhat limited. Just my two cents, for what it’s worth :) Happy Vaping!!

Jimmy
Jimmy

September 29, 2014

Hi
Are you based in the US? Don’t want to maybe accidentally order from the UK or something..lol
because I drip and don’t use tanks I like 100% VG, or
close to it. You say your juices are thick and was wondering how that could be with a 50/50 mix..and your right, MVB juice sucks! Lol
Thanks…a potential customer

Jenn
Jenn

August 11, 2014

Thank you for this clear rundown! I’ve been vaping over 3yrs now and really didn’t understand the differences between VG and PG and how they would react in my tank set up. I wanted to go all VG just because it’s all natural but now I understand better thanks to you and will stick with the 50/50 :) And GREAT job on the price lowering! I think you just “stole” me from my go to juice people who use far too much PG but I was hooked on their waffle flavor lol I love some of your flavors and if you guys can come out with an amazing 50/50 waffle which is my ADV, you got me for good :)

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