QUICKNIC - 10ML 18MG NICOTINE SHOT OFFER
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QuickNic is a Nicotine Shot, designed for use with QuickNic Ready e-liquids, giving you a seamless nicotine based vape experience.
QuickNic can be used to top up 0mg e-liquids or be used in conjunction with QuickNic Ready products.
QuickNic Ready Products Ratio Guide:
- 30ml requires 1/2 bottle of QuickNic
- 60ml requires 1 full bottle of QuickNic
- 120ml requires 2 full bottles of QuickNic
- The above will result in a 3mg formulatio
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It's just nicotine, they say, what's there to review?
Well, if you've tried other nicotine shots then you'd have a comparison. I find these shots kind of peppery and you definitely notice it once added to your base liquid. This is completely subjective, however, as a few of my friends look for this from a nic shot so they know they're getting their nicotine (we're all ex-smokers) I have had other brands where I'm sure the nicotine delivery/addition is almost unnoticeable (maybe I was getting ripped because nicotine is slightly peppery by nature, isn't it?!?) I like my creams, milks, bakery goods and desert vapes which can at times be at odds with the flavour. Maybe someone can clarify? Feel free to downvote this comment if you think I was getting ripped just so I know the alternate brand(s) I have tried have lesser nicotine content, the nic is beiing blocked, the flavour I used disguised it better, or, something. Please only downvote if you are certain though. Maybe I should try go nic free if this is the case?