FAQs - Vampire Vape Geek Bar
What is Vampire Vape?
Vampire vape is a leading vape brand that manufactures and supplies quality-rich disposable vapes and e-liquids in the UK and across the world. Vampire vape juice arrives in a variety of flavours that vapers get mad about. For any needs related to Vampire vape UK, reach straight to Vapor Shop Direct.
Is Vampire Vape Good?
Vampire vape is a good vape brand. It contains VG (Vegetable Glycerin) as a smoothing ingredient which gives an extremely satisfying vape experience. The VG in Vampire Vape can thicken e-liquid to make it suitable for larger sub-ohm devices. VG is an odourless substance and is sweet in taste. So, Vampire vape is suitable for beginners as well as new vapers.
Why Vampire Vape Disposable Device?
The Vampire Vape disposable vape devices are extremely stylish and compact enough to hold in the hand or vape through the mouth. They have a 500mAh battery, 2ml e-liquid with 20mg nic salt. With 575 puffing capacity and amazing e-liquid flavour, the device can perfectly match any vaper’s needs for vaping. The device is equivalent to 20 cigarettes and is inhale activated. For anyone who wants to do MTL (Mouth-to-lung) vaping, choosing a Vampire Vape device is one of the best experiences.
How Does Short Fill Work?
The short fill is a bottle that is filled with nicotine-free e-liquid and has enough room to add nic shots and create e-liquids with nic strength. All you have to do is add 10ml of high potency nicotine to the bottle and shake it well. The blend is a 3mg nicotine strength e-liquid.
Can Short Fills Be Vaped?
Short fill e-liquids are safe for vaping, but they are nicotine-free. If you want some nicotine in your vape, you need to add nic shots to the bottle and shake it well before use.
All vape products we sell contain nicotine which is a highly addictive substance. Vape products are unsafe for users under the age of 18 and those who are allergic or sensitive to nicotine. We do not allow people to shop from stores who have unstable heart conditions, pregnant women, children and breastfeeding women as it can be harmful to their health.
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