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anyone of you know where to buy this items with very cheap price
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VG
nicotine
flavorings.

i need cheap of those i need legit seller
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I buy my flavoring and VG from http://www.bullcityvapor.com/. Great selection and pricing.

I have tried many sources for Nicotine and the best I have found is https://www.nudenicotine.com/products-page/unflavored-nicotine-base/.
Their Nic is very smooth and clean with no peppery taste.
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thanks mate .... rate up :-)
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I'm all about TFA flavors https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/c-54-professional-flavors.aspx , you have to buy larger bottles to get on the wholesale list, then shipping and prices are quite low. for nic I use http://wholesale.heartlandvapes.com/ again you need to buy larger quantities but the quality and cost is good. I don't know about the cost of overseas shipping.
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DIY Juice is something I have been considering alot lately myself I'm vaping over 100mL a week now and it's starting to get a little expensive.(Still WAY cheaper than smoking) I have a hard time finding something I can vape all day everyday and not get sick of it. Actually my all day vape is the first flavor I ever vaped when I bought my first evod and it's simply called Real Cig.
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(07-28-2016, 10:30 AM)Axleofevil Wrote:  DIY Juice is something I have been considering alot lately myself I'm vaping over 100mL a week now and it's starting to get a little expensive.(Still WAY cheaper than smoking)  I have a hard time finding something I can vape all day everyday and not get sick of it.  Actually my all day vape is the first flavor I ever vaped when I bought my first evod and it's simply called Real Cig.

i feel you with the juice a week.. haha. btw its more lesser than you buy premium juice.. where you can make your own .. 1liter of vg flavorings and nicotine.. you can make tons of juice for cheap way
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On average it cost me about $6 to make a 120ml bottle of e-liquid. Thats about $0.05 per ML.

I suggest investing in a decent scale and mixing by weight instead of volume. It is more precise and a lot cleaner. This scale is the one I have and is most recommended by the DIY community.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005UGBG20/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Here are some good resources.
https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/threads/mixing-by-weight-basics-101.741661/
https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/forums/e-liquid-recipes.349/
http://e-liquid-recipes.com/
http://diyordievaping.com/

(07-28-2016, 10:12 AM)CosmicTruth Wrote:  I'm all about TFA flavors https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/c-54-professional-flavors.aspx , you have to buy larger bottles to get on the wholesale list, then shipping and prices are quite low. for nic I use http://wholesale.heartlandvapes.com/ again you need to buy larger quantities but the quality and cost is good. I don't know about the cost of overseas shipping.

Bull City Vapors carries TFA as well as most all of the popular Flavor concentrates. Most of my concentrates are TFA but when you get into complex mixes there are just some flavors you will need from other brands. I usually buy 3-4 different brands at a time so it is cheaper to pay a little more per flavor and buy them all from one source and only pay 1 shipping charge.
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That LB501 I have been looking at too, but I'm afraid the way the cover hinges back it might take up too much of my desk real estate.
I use an off brand pocket gram scale that cost $8.00 and runs on 2 batteries, but it works great. I want one that runs on AC adapter power so it won't time out and shut off, but it needs a small footprint. I'm on http://e-liquid-recipes.com/ too and have just been releasing a couple of my 1-2 ingredient recipes as I proove them. It is a tricky business determining the proper flavor levels, then waiting for steeping to determine if you just made crap. Loads of the recipes and single flavor recommendations there seem to be just to mislead. But for sure DIY is cheap and fun. 1 bottle that costs $6 at my vape shop is about $1.88 and is actually slightly better than what I buy, further I can dial in the exact nic/vp/pg I want.
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There are also some safety issues you should be aware of as a beginner DIY Juice Mixer:

dont buy 100% Nicotine

its better to get 36MG nic or lower and mix down to your desired strength. even 36mg nic has to be handled carefully as it will absorb in the skin and make you sick.
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(07-31-2016, 01:22 AM)CosmicTruth Wrote:  That LB501 I have been looking at too, but I'm afraid the way the cover hinges back it might take up too much of my desk real estate.
I own this scale. That cover is removable. Comes with an AC cord and calibration weights.

(07-31-2016, 01:22 AM)CosmicTruth Wrote:  1 bottle that costs $6 at my vape shop is about $1.88 and is actually slightly better than what I buy, further I can dial in the exact nic/vp/pg I want.
Minimum $20 for 30ml bottles here that I create my own for about the same as you.

(07-31-2016, 06:12 AM)CosmicTruth Wrote:  .... dont buy 100% Nicotine

its better to get 36MG nic or lower and mix down to your desired strength. even 36mg nic has to be handled carefully as it will absorb in the skin and make you sick.

Very rarely will any vendor sell 100% nicotine. Even the fumes can be lethal. The majority will sell 100mg/ml which is 10% nicotine. A few are now selling 200mg/ml (20% nicotine). The cost of 100mg/ml is very close to lesser %'s, and unless you're super clumsy, safe to use.

I always add my nic last.

Mixing by weight (scale) is the only way to go.
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