Unsure about what kind of Juice to go for ? 

As a general rule, eJuices are made up of 3/4 ingredients overall:

VG Vegetable Glycerine

PG Propylene Glycol


Nicotine (Only if you have a prescription)

It surprises us at times, that people have previously had at least a quick puff of a Vaporizer prior to recent days, and some, with or without their knowledge got easily put off the idea of vaping due to what could have been a number of things like:

Inferior Equipment, Inferior Juice, Insufficient knowledge to match the device they are using with a suitable juice.

On Inferior Equipment:

Firstly, what is inferior to one person may not necessarily be inferior to another, yes there are certainly better built machines than others and even some that can be hazardous due to their build style and cheaping out on certain parts. Those things aside, there is also many different types. What suits Tom, will not necessarily suit Dick and Harry.

Now while everyone will tell you their equipment is the best and nobody else's compares, the truth is, there are many fantastic Vaporizers out there on the market, but then again, there are plenty of disasters waiting to happen too.

Ultimately, it comes down to: A well built machine, good advice from highly knowledgeable persons prior to even picking one up, personal preference toward style of device, product support (a reliable vendor selling the equipment).

As a general rule (and I do say general as there are people out there selling cheap and nasty stuff for top dollar too), If you manage to steer clear of the cheap and nasty stuff, and get a nicely matched setup, your vaporizer should serve you well.

On Inferior Juice:

In regard to Flavour this one comes down mostly to personal preference.

"Tell me the best flavour",  We get this statement in store all the time but, we all like different things and we liken it to this: You wouldn't walk into a bottle shop and ask the attendant what to drink would you? Sure, you can ask for advice, you can even ask them what they like or what is popular. Unfortunately that doesn't mean it will be to your taste.

For some the ultimate throat hit,  others the biggest clouds, some for discretion, some to do vapor tricks with, most for that perfect flavour, cloud and throat hit that tricks their mind into seeing their vape as the perfect substitute for their . skateboarding addiction wait what?? Remember folks, at the time of writing this, In Australia Vaporizers cannot be advertised as a quit smoking Aid! (Crazy right?)

Whatever your reason, the best method is to try different combinations of flavours to see what suits you best.

Flavour wise:

As previously mentioned . This we can't really tell you, as everyone is different, what will be great for one will be terrible for another and vice versa and then just to throw a spanner in the works, change the coils or change the tank or change the airflow or change the wattage on your device and all of a sudden a juice that didn't tickle your fancy before all of a sudden becomes your favourite it really can get quite complicated if you go right down the rabbit hole.

Our most common question in store is probably, which is your favourite flavor, or, which is the best juice common answer: And the answer is "It depends who you ask on which day, even in our shop, our favorites are vastly varied.

It may take you trying ten juices before you find your first ADV (all day vape) and you may also find one you love on your first go, just dont let that stop you trying others, remember, variety is the spice of life! 

In regard to different types of juices:

For those wanting to sub ohm and get those decent, satisfying amounts of vapor, stick to your higher / Max VG juices you will find as a general rule that any juice with under a 60VG rating will leak in the majority of sub ohm tanks/devices and even lots of pods. Careful of those cheaper juices, they're often too high in PG and not made for Sub ohm devices.


Are you aware that nicotine in higher concentration levels can make you very sick? Not too dissimilar to how parents back in the day, would make their kids smoke a big bunch of cigarettes to make them feel sick if they caught them smoking, in the hope that they would never be silly enough to do it again.

Nicotine, particularly in it's more concentrated levels can kill, especially young children / animals - so please take a second to think about that .

We've been baffled by the severe lack of knowledge about nicotine out there often by people already using it so take your time and do some solid research about Nicotine from credible sources before even considering using it in your Vaporizer.

If you do choose to use it, make sure you do it via the legal avenues and also make sure you are using a level suited to the device you are using. What works in one can be waaaaay too much in another. If it all sounds too hard and you don't want to ask information from a reputable and reliable source, you would be better off going to grab yourself a Nicotine inhaler or a Nicotine patch from your local chemist to use along side your no Nicotine Vaporizer, because the Nicotine Inhalers are easier to get a hold of - Go figure?

A common mistake we have heard made far to often with new Vapers is this: "I smoked 12mg cigarettes and I want to vape instead, therefor I should vape 12mg" ... This is Absolutely not the case!

When using Nicotine, it is relative to the device you are using. Nicotine is carried by the vapour, and therefore the more Vapour your device produces, the less nicotine you need on that vapor (in the juice mixture) for the same end result. Just as an example, (there are other variables to be considered too, like coil, airflow etc etc) but as an example, a 30w device, using a 6mg eliquid may be able to produce the same nicotine delivery per puff as say a 60w device running 3mg eliquid, unfortunately its not quite that simple, but at least that gives you a bit of an idea. 

We are only too happy to answer any questions in store if you are stuck or have any questions regarding vaping.

As always, we want to remind you, we are not doctors, we offer only our opinion, not health advice, for health advice you should always consult your doctor and we always suggest that you seek the most up to date relevant advice in regard to the info you are chasing.