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The Cost of E-Liquid vs Regular Cigarettes

The appeal of electronic cigarettes is not limited to the smoking pleasure they deliver. With ecigs, the cost of maintaining your daily habit is much cheaper compared to the ever-increasing prices of conventional cigarettes.

Refilling your cartomizer with Vapor HQ e-liquid is definitely the way to go if you want big savings. One milliliter of e-juice contains around 35 to 40 drops – enough to fill a standard ecig tank.

Because smokers have different puffing styles, it is impossible to get an accurate figure on how many cigarettes are in 1ml of e-liquid. Collective data from the vaping community shows that a pack of cigarettes is equivalent to approximately 2ml of e-liquid.

Therefore, a 10ml bottle would equal 5 packs, a 15ml bottle is worth 7.5 packs, a 30ml bottle should last 15 packs, and a 50ml bottle is good for 25 packs.

Now let’s look at the current market prices of e-liquids and regular tobacco cigarettes.

The average price of a pack of cigarettes in the United States is $6 – with a high of $12 in New York City.

A 10ml bottle usually costs $6.99, so a pack of smokes is around $1.40 in ecig vapor.

A 15ml bottle that sells for $9.99 equals $1.33 per pack.

A 30ml bottle priced at $19.99 is equivalent to $1.32 per pack.

Order a 50ml bottle for $29.99 and your pack-a-day habit will only cost you $1.19!

Even if you like to take long, deep puffs from your personal vaporizer, you could still enjoy over $1,500 in savings per year!



A Guide To Nicotine Strengths In E-Liquid

Many smokers use electronic cigarettes as a nicotine replacement tool. These battery operated devices deliver a measured dose of nicotine through inhaled vapor.

How much nicotine are you inhaling from your electronic cigarette?

Manufacturers of e-liquid and pre-filled cartridges mark their products in two different ways: percentage by volume or milligrams per milliliter (mg/ml).

Refills that are marked 2.4% nicotine contain exactly that – 2.4% of the solution is pure nicotine while 97.6% consists of water, flavoring, propylene glycol and/or vegetable glycerin, and other ingredients.

On the other hand, a 30ml bottle marked 24mg/ml means the e-liquid contains 720mg of nicotine.

Nicotine Strengths

  • 6mg of nicotine are similar to light cigarettes.
  • 12mg of nicotine deliver a throat hit similar to regular cigarettes.
  • 18mg of nicotine are equivalent to full flavored cigarettes.
  • 24mg of nicotine are similar to unfiltered cigarettes.

We do not recommend going over 24mg

Nicotine is highly addictive and habit forming. In very high doses, it can be a lethal poison. Always keep your vaping supplies out of reach of children and pets.



What You Need To Know About E-Liquids

Electronic cigarettes use a special solution called e-liquid which is vaporized by a battery powered atomizer to produce the same sensation of smoking.

E-liquids have two primary ingredients: an atomizing base and flavoring. Liquid nicotine is included in solutions intended to fulfill a nicotine replacement role while zero-nicotine formulas are designed for smokers who are looking to get rid of the addictive substance but don’t want to give up the ritual. When the e-liquid becomes too thick for vaping, additives such as distilled water, vodka or pure grain alcohol are used to dilute the solution.

Bases

The diluent base makes up 80-90% of the entire e-liquid formula. The most common diluents used in electronic cigarette e-liquids are propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) and polyethylene glycol 400 (PEG 400). All three liquid bases are common food additives used in a variety of pharmaceutical formulations.

Propylene glycol, the most popular e-liquid base compound, has been utilized in asthma inhalers and nebulizers since the 1950s. Because of its ability to hold water, PG is the substance of choice for delivering atomized medication. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has included propylene glycol in its list of substances Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS), and it meets the requirements of acceptable compounds within Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

More PG means a stronger throat hit and a more pronounced flavor. Because VG is thicker than PG, it is often mixed with PG to produce thicker clouds of vapor or to give it more consistency. Vegetable glycerin is also an excellent sweetener.

Most pre-mixed e-liquids are sold in ratios of 100% PG, 100% VG, 50-50 PG/VG, and 80-20 PG/VG.

Vapor HQ uses USP Food Grade Kosher propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin with no animal by-products.

Flavors

In addition to the cloud of “smoke” and throat hit, electronic cigarettes try to imitate the taste of cigarettes.

E-liquids are available in a wide variety of tobacco flavors, including Virginia tobacco, Turkish tobacco, American light tobacco, Cuban cigar and clove. Menthol is the most popular flavored cigarette, and e-liquids offer so many menthol variants in fresh mint, peppermint, green tea, spearmint and ice.

Since the US government has recently introduced legislation that will ban all flavored cigarettes, smokers are looking to e-cigs to satisfy their palate. There are around 300 different e-liquids available spiked with coffee, chocolate, vanilla, fruits, spices, candy and soda.

Vapor has more than 1,000s of flavors including tobacco, menthol, sweets, fruits, beverages and dessert e-liquids. .

Nicotine

E-liquids containing nicotine are available in different concentrations.

  • Solutions in low strength usually contain 6-10 milligrams of nicotine per milliliter of liquid. These liquids deliver the same hit as ultra-light cigarettes.
  • Medium strength liquids, equivalent to light cigarettes, contain 10-14 mg/ml of nicotine.
  • High strength e-liquid is similar to regular tobacco and contains 16-18 mg/ml of nicotine.
  • Extra-high strength juices are comparable to unfiltered cigarettes and may contain 24-36 mg/ml of nicotine.

The actual amount of nicotine is printed on the bottle or packaging. Often, the standard notation “mg/ml” is shortened to a simple “mg”.