What does PG and VG stand for?
PG and VG are both odourless bases that are combined with water, flavours and nicotine to create the super tasty e-liquid. Most ejuices on the market uses a combination of these two bases, so the ratio can vary significantly.
What PG/VG ratio is the most suitable for you?
That depends mainly on the kind of vaping experience you want to have.
Throat Hit – If you want to experience a sharp throat hit when vaping, similar to the one regular cigarettes have to offer, then you should go for a 50/50 VG/PG mix.
Smooth vape – on the other hand, if you are more into a much smoother feeling on the throat, and dense clouds of vapour, you should look for Max VG e-liquids.
What kind of setup do I need?
Beside the vaping experience you'd like to have, the vape hardware will sure make the difference. If not used correctly, you can ruin your equipment or experience nasty throat irritation.
Clearomisers – most of the regular clearomisers cope better with the 50/50 ratio that can be found in our new flavor e-liquids. 50/50 (VG/PG) is a very balanced mix, offering both dense vapour and a good throat hit.
The Sub-Ohm Tanks can carry more power than standard clearomisers and are designed to deal extremely well with Max VG e-liquids formulated in 80/20 (VG/PG) or 70/30 (VG/PG) – the Max VG's are all about excellent vapour production and mild throat hit.