Fruit Splash is part of Vape Dinner Lady’s brand-new Moments range. A collection which includes both Fruits and Sweets flavoured e-liquids. Vape Dinner Lady’s Fruit Splash is a mixed medley of summer fruits, mainly formed of juicy currants alongside mixed berries and citrus exhale.
Commonly referred to as ‘cloud-chasing juice’ this e-liquid contains zero nicotine and blends 30% of Propylene Glycol (PG) with 70% Vegetable Glycerin (VG) to create impressive, dense clouds with a rich flavour. Containing 50ml of nicotine-free e-liquid within a 60ml bottle, shortfills allow vapers to add their own nicotine or CBD shots for total control, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.
Depending on how much you vape, the length of inhale and your device, a shortfill bottle can last for several weeks and can be more cost-effective than buying premixed formulations. Made in Great Britain, all Vape Dinner Lady shortfills are finished products that are both MHRA and TPD compliant. Dinner Lady operates strict Quality Control Measures within clean room laboratories and state-of-the-art operational facilities right here in the UK.
How To Use
Simply unscrew the lid, remove the cap and squeeze the desired amount of nicotine or CBD into the shortfill liquid. Replace the lid and shake thoroughly to mix the formulation. Wait a few minutes for the bubbles to settle then fill your tank or pod and start vaping.
Adding an 10ml nicotine shot to a 50ml Shortfill bottle of e-liquid provides approximately 3mg of nicotine. Alternatively, CBD users can add a CBD boost shot – a flavourless mix containing CBD in various strengths – allowing you to enjoy CBD in your favourite shortfill flavour.
Typically used for sub-ohm vaping, Vape Dinner Lady shortfills can be used with either Box Mods or Pen Style devices. These devices have higher power outputs and when paired with lower resistance coils, enables the device to vaporise thicker, high VG e-liquids at higher temperatures. Creating thick, flavourful, fluffy clouds.
High VG liquids are also compatible with Pod Mod devices when using a sub-ohm coil and a higher wattage.