Best "value" juice?

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  1. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi! :) So, I want to experiment with different juices as far as nic levels and PG/VG combos. And flavors too! Unfortunately I'm dealing with increased tinnitus (ringing in the ears) since starting to vape about 2 weeks ago. Sure feels good to be off analogs though. Not sure exactly WHAT is causing this...figure I'd try different things.

    I'm looking for recommendations for places to buy e-juices online at low cost. Of course, the store would have to offer great range options in nic and PG/VG percentages. Suggestions?
     
  2. InTheClouds

    InTheClouds Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Mount Baker Vapor - tons of flavors, your choice of pg/vg ratio and nic level. If you have questions they are quick to answer, prices are great and shipping is very fast. MBV is in WA state, I order Monday and have order her in NC Wednesday. The prices are awesome.
     
  3. Kaisen

    Kaisen Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Mt Baker Vapor offers low prices ($5 for 15mL and $8 for 30mL), fast shipping, free samples, and the ability to specify PG/VG and nic levels.

    Try ordering small sizes of the SAME flavor in high, low, and balanced levels of PG/VG. Then you'll be able to see the difference.
     
  4. Scarey

    Scarey Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    +1 to Mount Baker Vapor
     
  5. JCPhlux

    JCPhlux Full Member

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    Just be safe some of the cheap one are not made in the US.
     
  6. Sugar_and_Spice

    Sugar_and_Spice Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  7. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    The answer seems clear enough! lol Interesting that they call it 'nicotine juice'.
     
  8. LovinTheVapor

    LovinTheVapor Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    SteamJuice is running a phenomenal deal, but only through tomorrow. 360ml of custom, high end juice for only $60.00:

    The Rounder

    This is my current favorite vendor. I've yet to order one I haven't liked (try Ambrosia YUM!) .
    And their 120ml little "jugs" are really cool too :2cool:
     
  9. Nev NYC

    Nev NYC Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Timelessvapor.com and Bulkejuice.com are comparable in price in comparison to Mt Baker.. Both are less than $10 per 30ml bottle.. Keep in mind, cheap isn't always good..


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  10. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Thank you for the suggestion. The tinnitus has been going on for 3 years and I've been to a doctor too many times without any improvement, cause or remedy. MRI, Meds, etc. I've learned to live with it. I have read that quitting tobacco has a side effect of ears ringing, could be that. I also heard that increased nicotine (I am vaping 12 or 18 mg right now) does it too. So where it was a constant ring before...it's sorta like a constant rage now. Frustrating. I'm ready to try 0mg nic for a few days and see if it decreases. Otherwise, I haven't been able to find anything anywhere about PG/VG affecting tinnitus.
     
  11. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Dang - 360ml? Could they separate that into little 10ml bottles with each a different flavors, nic and PG/VG levels? lol j/k
     
  12. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey NevNYC - I see you're in NYC...know any good vape shops in NYC??
     
  13. Dougiestyle

    Dougiestyle Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    azurevaping.com (formerly Bluemistvaping) has large bottles for super low prices. some flavors are hit or miss. their mix is either 100vg or 80pg tho. I'd suggest Smooth if you like minty/chocolate or caramel tobacco for a strong caramel flavor. they offer extra flavor, also.
     
  14. Nev NYC

    Nev NYC Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    There are a few vape shops but I don't know how "good" they are. As with any B&M shop, their prices are a bit higher than online vendors but that coupled along with NYC prices makes them a bit more pricey. Check out VapeNY.com they have a store in queens and one in Manhattan. There's a new one that just opened up recently called Henley's Vaporium but I'm not sure where they're located. I'm pretty sure somewhere downtown. There is also the Vapor Lounge in Brooklyn on Kent st but idk much about them. Other than that there's not much.


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  15. DKP#

    DKP# Super Member ECF Veteran

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    If you want to experiment and have low cost, look into DIY liquids. Very cheap and you can get whatever nic, pg/vg ratio and flavor strength you want.
     
  16. Sucker_dad

    Sucker_dad Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You guys are making my credit card hand itchy. Lol

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  17. Adios PhilipMorris

    Adios PhilipMorris Full Member Verified Member

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    EC blends is another option and they offer 5ml sample sizes for only $2.50.
    MBV is fast and have some great juice too.
    You can't go wrong with either vendor.
     
  18. K_Tech

    K_Tech Slightly mad but harmless Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For bargain pricing, another vote for MBV. I also like D&D Vapor and Heather's Heavenly Vapes, although they're a little more money than MBV.

    I have six or seven bottles of Azure Vaping's products on the shelf, but I've only gotten around to trying one of them, (Vanilla Cream) and I was kinda "meh" about the whole experience. It was okay, but not spectacular. But then again, I wasn't expecting Ritz Carlton for Motel Six money, so it evens out.

    I actually keep a small notebook with me when I'm on the forums and take notes on things to try/look at. It's making my credit card company very happy, lol.
     
  19. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Ahh, true about NYC prices..I didn't think about that. But I'm glad that things are opening up! Leave it to NY to have a vaporium with vapologists! :p
     
  20. pascloud

    pascloud Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    EcBlends....crab legs flavor?? Really??? haha I was wondering if juices existed in savory flavors....like prime rib and baked potato. This is like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
     
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