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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilius View Post
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    YW and thanks for the Bump!

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    Default Seeing more questions about mixing

    Since I am still seeing questions about mixing. I am bumping this thread. Go to the beginning and download the TV Calculator if you need it! It is really simple to use.

    HAPPY VAPING!
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    This is an awesome tool! I was just trying to figure out my first order from TV, and found your post! I had no trouble downloading the freeware application, and the tool works great. Thank you so much.

    I was going to wait till waffle comes out, but I realized that I will need something to vape while I wait for the waffle to "cure", so I have to order now! Many, many thanks.

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    Thanks CV....very handy and helpful...expecially for those of us who are new to the whole experience.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcofohio View Post
    Thank you Chainvapor! That will come in handy.
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    Wink Your very Welcome!

    You are all welcome!! Hope it helps.

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    Maybe you guys can help me answer a mixing question here. So I bought a bottle of 12mg Cherry Cola a few weeks back and the TH wasn't there. I want to up the nicotine for the TH but I don't want to smoke 24mg. So I decided to buy a 24mg Cherry Cola this week (since it was on sale) and I want to mix it with my half bottle of 12mg. What would the final nicotine be? Or should I be mixing it with a double instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostboy View Post
    Maybe you guys can help me answer a mixing question here. So I bought a bottle of 12mg Cherry Cola a few weeks back and the TH wasn't there. I want to up the nicotine for the TH but I don't want to smoke 24mg. So I decided to buy a 24mg Cherry Cola this week (since it was on sale) and I want to mix it with my half bottle of 12mg. What would the final nicotine be? Or should I be mixing it with a double instead?
    1 ounce of 24mg + 0.5 ounces of 12mg = 1.5 ounces of 18mg

    If you want to increase the nicotine content, a doubler won't work. It will decrease it (without decreasing the flavor.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poeia View Post
    1 ounce of 24mg + 0.5 ounces of 12mg = 1.5 ounces of 18mg

    If you want to increase the nicotine content, a doubler won't work. It will decrease it (without decreasing the flavor.)
    Thanks the reply Poeia! 18mg is perfect nic for me.

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