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Ejuice Recipe Calculator Free Download by E Juice Me Up
Ever wondered How to make vape juice? Get a head start with this e juice recipe calculator and download it for free right here on Central Vapors. Mix your own DIY E Juice Flavors with Propylene Glycol (PG), Vegetable Glycerin (VG) and Liquid Nicotine. Use the eJuice Calculator to determine the perfect ejuice recipe.
Super simple to use, input your preferred nicotine strength, the ejuice flavorings you like to mix and the calculator will output the e juice recipes for your mixture.
Want to take your DIY mixing to the next level? It's a snap to calculate PG/VG ratios for your Eliquids in seconds! The calculator outputs the exact amount of each ingredient needed with easy to understand measurements which can be set to read in either volume, percentage or drops.
Multiple flavoring options to mix flavors, easily save your recipes for later use, try out the included ejuice recipes that come included with the download. Have fun creating your own vape juices and recipes you can swap your with friends or keep all to yourself!
How to get to the download
Add the E juice Calculator to your shopping cart
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DIY E Juice Calculator and Basic Mixing TIPS
How does PG and VG make a difference in mixing eJuice?
The terms used can be a bit confusing but we’ll try and explain the differences between the two e-liquid bases: Propylene glycol (PG) and Vegetable glycerin (VG).
Traits: Propylene glycol (PG) Vegetable glycerin (VG)
Throat Hit More Less
Carries Flavor More Less
Taste None Slightly Sweet
Vapor Production Less More
Viscosity Thin Thick
Mixing Tips: When mixing small batches and measuring in drops:
On average, 20 drops are equal to 1 ml. Not quite an exact measurement technique so experimenting may be needed. The thicker the liquid, the bigger the drops.
The most accurate method of measuring is with a graduated syringe or cylinder.
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Posted by Dav on Nov 18th 2017
With the assistance of "Courtney McElligott
Customer Success Manager" as to the Nic .mg per 10 ml bottle of VG 100mg Central Vapors brand !! I actually mage 5 flavors 30ml 3mg Nic ~ and added a tad to other flavors I purchased from Professional E Liquid manufacturers ! I swear it's not hard at all , my formula was fruit 20% flavor+nic, vg then 10% VG to 70% pure VG and it worked out AWESOME, Root Beer , Lemonade / Strawberry , Graham / Cinnamon or Graham + Lime + cheesecake 25% = nic , + 5%pg 70% VG I had my 30 PG / 70VG mixes maybe a little heavy since I purchased all flavors and Nicotine in PG since I have a 1/2 gallon of VG already and actually just add a tad more VG after it steeps and you use a little and Viola , I think on the root-beer 30mg 3nic. I added 10% VG three times after I vaped on it and it was no change in flavor, Awesome Flavors, Great customer service, very friendly, easy , and a learning experience of the 500% mark up on e liquids are out there if you buy it right, and do your math it can really be a $ saver I figured on the lenient side $1.50 per 60 ml bottle I can make just as good product I'm paying $14.00 for. Plus when every company runs a 30%off ~ 50%off ALWAYS ( somethings up ?) Just makes you think 30% but they've marked it up 200% before the 30% off , It's a great learning experience, I did it all laying on the couch , with 1 syringe even, no big deal ! I had a e liquid company tell me oh it's a lot more complecated than just mixing a few combinations, the flavor profiles, and bla bla , yeah dude mine came out just as good as yours , and I had no clue what I was doing except I stuck to the 30pg ~ 80 vg rule as much as I could and maybe 40pg ~ 60VG even... not Rocket Science for sure, cool how it does change colors as it steeps , I had awesome luck and will be buying a lot more !!! Thank You Soo much Courtney for the advice , I'd say stick to 15% to 25% flavor & nic vs VG or PG how you like it as a baseline rule ? works 4 me !
Posted by William Elliott on Aug 31st 2017
Tried and tried to download. Only thing I can figure, is it's not phone friendly.
Posted by Jon on Aug 17th 2017
Could not open
Posted by Rob Young on Jul 21st 2017
Since I've gotten the calculator download, I've been going crazy with flavor combinations. Excellent excellent.........
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Jun 5th 2017
Does not open
Posted by Unknown on May 28th 2017
Seems like a perfectly good calculator if you run windows OS. If your in the minority and run Linus distros your out of luck...
Posted by Unknown on May 12th 2017
The cotton candy I received had no flavor either so so far not really happy with the products
Posted by David Westphalen on May 4th 2017
Never received the download link!
Posted by John Cresong on Apr 5th 2017
This is a great calculator for new DIY.
Posted by Billiam Betz on Apr 1st 2017
If you are not sure on the terms look them up, don't just think you know and start mixing!! You may get a flavor of what was to be pineapple whip, that taste like polished number 2!!!
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