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Create Your Own DIY Ejuice Kit - Large DIY e-Juice Kit

$59.99 Price: $37.95
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DIY Ejuice Kit - Large Pro Size DIY Kit

eJuice Mixing Kit includes:

1 x 50ml 100mg Strength VG Nicotine
1 x 250ml Propylene Glycol (PG)
2 x 250ml Vegetable Glycerin (VG)
15 x Empty 10ml bottles with lids
10 x Assorted syringes
5 x 30ml Your choice of Flavor Concentrates

How many bottles of ejuice will this DIY eJucie kit make?
With an infinite number of possible ways you might decide to mix your flavors, we can only give a rough estimate. The nicotine strength you decide to use in your mixtures will gives the most accurate estimate of how much Total ejuice you can expect to make with this kit.

If you were to add 3mg Nicotine Strength to your mixture - Its possible to make 1,660ml's of eJuice  (3mg and 6mg mixtures may require more PG/VG than included to make these totals)
If   6mg: Make total 830ml's of eJuice
If 12mg: Make total 410ml's of eJuice
If 18mg: Make total 270ml's of eJuice
If 24mg: Make total 200ml's of eJuice



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USD Kosher food grade VG for e-liquids. Vegetable Glycerin is one of the main ingredients used for mixing your DIY eJuice and is commonly also referred to as simply "VG". This eJuice ingredient has a slightly sweet taste and produces the smoke-like vapor for e-cigarettes.


USD Kosher food grade PG is one of the four ingredients used for most all e-liquids and e-cigarette cartridges currently available. Used for mixing your own eJuice, it's called PG for short. It is used as a base which is then mixed with flavor concentrate and VG to create the final product knows as E-Liquid or eJuice. This is the ingredient that will carry the flavor slightly more, as well as simulate a throat hit. As such, it can be slightly harsh especially if you are using an RDA, you would want to have the least amount of PG possible in that case.


Our nicotine is 100mg strength and 100% VG (Vegetable Glycerin Based). Using the handy ejuice calculator, is a breeze to calculate just the right amount you'll need for your mixture.
Nicotine is a toxic chemical and should be handled as such.


YEP, you guessed it, it the concentrated flavoring used to make Vape Juice.



Menthols and Mint Concentrate:
Use approx: 0 - 10%

Fruit Concentrates:
Use Approx: 11 - 20%

Desserts and Cream Concentrates:
Use Approx: 21 - 25%



Excellent tool, helps to easily calculate your ejuice recipe. You can get this FREE download for windows.

Free Vape Juice Calculator Download



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  1. Good, but didn't expect nicotine in some juices 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 16th 2022

    I love the kit - especially the bottles and syringes. I did not want nicotine juices, but that may have been overlooked on my part when ordering. This kit is perfect for measuring and making your own ejuices. I would purchase again! Shipping was sketchy, but it did arrive, so I am pleased.

  2. Flavor. Quantity. Quality. Need I go on? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on May 23rd 2022

    Not gonna elaborate. Rejoice, for greatness is at hand.

  3. Pretty good 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 20th 2022

    It’s a great kit I just wish it came with measurements for each nicotine level.

  4. Best Value for your Money! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 14th 2022

    Have bought three of these kits so far, and I have not been disappointed at all. I highly recommend this product, the only thing lacking are the included 10ml bottles, no option to choose larger bottles for the kit.

  5. Decent deal 3 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 8th 2022

    Cheap, bulk ejuice. Pretty straight forward on how it's put together. Kinda wish the flavor shot bottles were a little bigger, or more concentrated. I feel outside of the Menthol flavors that the rest don't do justice.

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