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What are shortfills? and how to use them

What are shortfills? and how to use them

Posted by Just Vape 247 on 30th Apr 2018

Shortfills are made up of a flavourPropylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerin. They are basically 0MG e-liquids. You can then purchase Nicotine Shots along side them and add these Nicotine Shots to your Shortfill to turn it into a full e-liquid.

So why are people purchasing these if they can still buy e-liquids?

People purchase Shortfills as well as Nicotine Shots as they work out cheaper than the current e-liquids on the market, majority of e-liquids currently sold that contain Nicotine are £5 per 10ml or 3x10mls for £10. You can buy a 100ml Shortfill for £14. Shortfills are also bigger in size than the standard TPD 10ml eliquid. We offer 30ml60ml and 100ml Shortfills. 

Shortfills are also less time consuming than DIY mixing, you don't have to purchase PG or VG and you don't have to spend the time mixing your desired MG and ratio as we can do this all for you.

What flavours can I have?

The great thing about our Shortfills are that you can choose any flavour that is in stock on our website, maybe ask to combine a couple flavours or choose your favourite One Shot flavour. All our Shortfills are in a 20PG/80VG ratio however if you desire a different ratio, please leave a comment upon checkout and we will cater to your requirements.

So how many Nicotine Shots do I need to add?

This is all dependent on what MG strength you desire, we recommend buying 18MG or 9MG Nicotine Shots. If you buy our Shortfills and then buy our Nicotine Shots via the Shortfill product page drop down menu, you will save a further 80p per Nicotine Shot. Making your Nicotine Shots 20p instead of a £1.

When buying your Shortfill, please select what MG you want to vape (0MG, 3MG or 6MG). Based on what you select here will determine how much space is left in your Shortfill as well as what MG Nicotine Shots you will need (9MG or 18MG) to add to your Shortfill

Buy our Shortfills here