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    Hello I'm thinking of buying some Euro dropper bottles, has anybody used these bottles. Can you drip with them, and can you remove the dropper to refill the bottle? Cobalt Blue Eurodropper Bottles - Specialty Bottle

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    I just ordered some of the amber Euro bottles (same thing) and should be getting them any day now. From what I understand they will come with the "inserts" separate and you just pop them in after you fill them. I'm not sure about your "dripping" question though. The reason I bought these is to keep any spill I might have to a very minimum, especially with my 100mg nic.

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    I'm planning on getting some Euro bottles to store my nicotine in. I'm only using 48mg nicotine, I don't want to mess with 100mg nicotine. I'm going to get 1 5ml Euro bottle to mess around with for DIY. Did You order the 50ml bottles, I'm not sure a needle will go all the way to the bottom.

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    I bought the 30ml to freeze my nic in. Nice thing about them, if they fall over, very little (only a drop) to no leaking. Just put your needle through the hole and extract it. When your bottle gets low, you have to remove the dropper insert, that's the only downfall.
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    I ordered a bunch of different sizes but they are OOS on the 30ml bottles so I asked them to send 50ml instead. For the price of their stuff and the shipping cost you might want to grab a bunch of stuff to offset the cost of shipping a little. At least that's what I told myself. lol I wish I would have ordered a bunch (20 at least) of 10 ml bottles cause I can see where I'm going to have a lot of various DIY mixes steeping at the same time.

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    I know what you mean I have been going back and forth on what I want to order. I need to wait 2 more days for my cc billing cycle to close then I can place an order.

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    The only downfall with using the Euro style dripper is, it is slow. Other than that they are fine.

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