DIY E-Liquid Calculator from Vampire Vape
This DIY starter kit is designed to give you all the necessary items in one package, allowing you to begin your mixing journey in one single place. Within this, you’ll have an option of four flavour concentrates of your choice.
These 30ml bottles are the flavour essence that is required for mixing your own e-liquid and need to be diluted into a PG & VG base with nicotine if desired.
Top up on all the essentials and start mixing with ease with our easy navigating DIY page.
How to use the E-liquid Calculator
Amount To Produce:
Input the total amount of e-liquid you wish to make. You can change this at any time and the overall ingredient measurements will adjust accordingly.
VG/PG Liquid Ratio:
Here, you can input your desired overall VG and PG ratio. We advise not to add extra diluents, however if you need to our calculator allows you to do so.
Desired Nicotine Strength:
This is where you input your overall desired nicotine strength you wish to vape at.
Nicotine Base Strength:
Leave this at 18mg if using our NicIt Up or amend accordingly if you have another nicotine strength.
Nicotine Base Ratio:
Nicotine also has its own VG and PG ratio, just input the ratio in this section as displayed on the nicotine bottle/label (select “Custom” and change accordingly).
We recommend mixing the flavour between 15% - 20% (with 20% being the most preferred) and all our flavour concentrates are 100% PG based. Please note that if you are mixing Black-Jack or other strong menthol or Icy/Minty flavours, we only recommend mixing between 10% - 12% due to the strong nature of the flavour.
On the right-hand side you will see the measurements you need to add in millilitres, drops or by percentage. Just follow those measurements and you will have your desired e-liquid.
Steeping is a personal choice, most of our fruit flavours are good to go straight away, but oxidising the liquid over a few days will help improve the flavour. To get the best flavour out of the liquid, shake the bottle, then crack open the seal, squeeze a bit of fresh air in to oxidise the juice, then replace the cap & give it a good shake, or leave in a safe place (i.e. a dark cool cupboard) with the lid off for a few days.
DIY Mixing Kit:
The kit contains everything you need to start mixing your own liquid from measuring syringes, 10 x empty 30ml and 10ml bottles to store your liquid in, and, of course, all the ingredients you need. Click here to view the DIY Mixing Kit.