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Discover over 7000 e-liquids available in a variety of nicotine strengths, vape liquid flavours, pg vg and volumes, with free next day delivery on all Prime eJuice. When you shop at IndeJuice, you purchase the best e-liquids directly from over 300 leading vape juice brands in the UK and worldwide ensuring authentic eliquids. Our vape liquids range from high VG and 50/50 liquids through to larger vape liquid bottles of nicotine free short fills. Any vaper at any experience level can enjoy our premium e liquids all with a great throat hit, from TPD compliant 10ml bottles, nic salts, vape kits, 50ml shortfills and of course 100ml short fills. These are simply the best e-liquids at an unbeatable price, with free UK delivery exclusively with Amazon Shipping.

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What is E-Liquid?

Vape juice, commonly referred to as e-Liquid, is the substance that is used to refill vape devices. These juices contain three main ingredients: vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and flavourings. Nicotine can also be added but is optional and dependant on user preference.

What categories or types of Vape Juice are there?

Vape juice comes in four main forms: Shortfills, Regular 10mls, Nicotine Salts and Concentrates. Whilst the former is generally regarded as the default choice for vapers who enjoy a lower nicotine vape juice, Regular 10mls and Nicotine Salts both cater primarily for those looking to switch over from smoking due to their ability to contain high amounts of nicotine.

What are Shortfill E-Liquids?

By default, short fills come as zero nicotine e-liquids and are not filled to the brim of the bottle – hence their names. This leaves just enough room for one or sometimes two nicotine shots (if required by the user). By adopting this approach, e-liquid manufacturers are able to lower their compliance costs by only testing the separate nicotine shot that they can then bundle into packages with all available flavours. Otherwise, if manufacturers pre-mixed their nicotine into all their flavours, they would be obliged to have all flavours tested as they would then all be 'nicotine-containing compounds' – which is what the compliance regulation seeks to regulate through testing.

What are Regular 10ml E-Liquids?

By contrast, Regular 10mls do not require the addition of nicotine as these e-liquids come pre-mixed with nicotine. Because of this, the law requires all eliquids that are pre-mixed with nicotine to be limited to a maximum capacity of 10ml and a maximum nicotine concentration of 20mg. Whilst this generally results in a more expensive end product, it comes with the added benefit of a wide variety of nicotine strengths all the way up to 20mg. Achieving such a high strength is not possible with shortfills due to the nature of dilution when starting off with a 20mg nicotine shot.

What are Nicotine Salt E-Liquids?

Similar to Regular 10mls, Nicotine Salts are also required to be tested on a per strength and per flavour basis as they come pre-mixed with nicotine. This again generally leads to a higher cost per millilitre for nicotine salts. However, unlike Regular 10mls that utilise the freebase nicotine compound, nicotine salts are unique in their use of an additional salt molecule that is attached to the nicotine molecule. This chemical difference in the nicotine compound results in a much smoother and softer inhale with Nicotine Salt eliquids when compared directly with Regular 10mls or Shortfills that have been mixed with a freebase nicotine shot.

What are Concentrate E-Liquids?

Unlike the above types of e-liquids, concentrates do not generally contain any VG whatsoever. This is because concentrates are a mixture of your desired flavour concentrates usually suspended in PG. It is then up to the user to use their own VG/PG mixture to bring the concentrates up to the desired VG/PG ratio. Whilst this may seem laborious, the intended purpose of concentrates is for hobbyists and more advanced vapers who tend to prefer lower resistance coils that use a lot of e-juice in a short space of time. For this type of vaping, concentrates are more cost effective.

Which Nicotine Strength E-Liquid should you choose?

Your choice of e-Liquid is highly dependent on your objective. If you have recently switched over from smoking a pack a day, we would generally recommend starting with either Nicotine Salts or Regular 10mls at a nicotine concentration of 15-20mg. Along with the best vape starter kit device, this should be a smooth transition and is most likely to satisfy your nicotine concentration.

If you are looking to lower your nicotine intake having already switched over from smoking, or if you were not a heavy smoker to begin with, we would recommend looking into shortfill e-Liquids that start off at 0mg and can be increased to 3mg or so