WARNING: Some products on this site contain nicotine which is an addictive substance.
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Take a bite on the red flesh of this grapefruit and find out why this fruit provides such a complex taste. A chilling feel from the ice when you inhale followed by a mix of sour and semi-sweet juiciness when you exhale ending with a very subtle hint of bitterness that only this fruit can provide.
Flavour: Red Grapefruit Ice., Menthol
Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 20mg, 40mg & 60mg
Difference between Freebase Nic and Nicotine salt: From a vaping perspective, the difference between freebase nicotine and nicotine salt is a matter of how it affects your vaping experience. One noticeable difference is the harshness induced by higher nicotine levels. Freebase nicotine has a higher pH (power of hydrogen) level which affects the alkalinity. It makes freebase e-liquid taste harsher as you climb the nicotine ladder. Whereas, salt nicotine has a lower pH level due to the benzoic acid which gives you a smoother throat hit. However, nicotine salt is only recommended to be used with pod devices or a low wattage Mouth to Lung (MTL) device. For a smoker, vaping 6mg freebase e-liquid on a high-powered device will provide the same nicotine hit and satisfaction as vaping 60mg nicotine salt on a pod device or a low wattage MTL device.
Which strength of nicotine salt should you use? Depending on how many cigarettes you smoke, and which pod device you use a guideline can be found below on which strength would be suitable. Compared to Freebase nicotine, Nicotine salt provides has much more nicotine per ml which is why we only recommend using them with pod devices or low wattage MTL devices.
These products are only intended for smokers who want to quit smoking.
*Warning: These e-liquids are made with salt nicotine and not intended for sub-ohm vaping devices
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