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    Doublers - Vape King Calculator

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    I used the calculator on the Vape King website when working out how to mix one of their doublers. I am confused by the 'PG or VG' reference in the 'Ingredients' section of the calculation. I am unsure as to whether I should be adding PG, VG or both. I am aiming for 50/50. Probably a very stupid question but I'm confused.

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    It refers to either PG or VG that has no nicotine contained in it so that you end up with your desired nicotine level. So it depends on what type of doubler you purchased and what type of Nicotine you have. For example. My nicotine is 100% VG and I have no nic VG and I purchase a 100% PG doubler. This gets you 50/50. 50% will be your PG doubler, the remaining 50% will be a combination of your VG with nicotine (ie nicotine base) and VG without.

    Hope that helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justdanno View Post
    It refers to either PG or VG that has no nicotine contained in it so that you end up with your desired nicotine level. So it depends on what type of doubler you purchased and what type of Nicotine you have. For example. My nicotine is 100% VG and I have no nic VG and I purchase a 100% PG doubler. This gets you 50/50. 50% will be your PG doubler, the remaining 50% will be a combination of your VG with nicotine (ie nicotine base) and VG without.

    Hope that helps!
    Thanks for your help. That has cleared it up a bit for me but I am still confused. The doubler I have is 60/40. My nic is 100% PG.

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    Oh...that's gonna require some more maths!!! That's why I always get the straight up 100%. Easier on the brain. Is it 60/40 PG/VG or the other way around?
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    Quote Originally Posted by justdanno View Post
    Oh...that's gonna require some more maths!!! That's why I always get the straight up 100%. Easier on the brain. Is it 60/40 PG/VG or the other way around?
    lol tell me about it. Maths isn't me strong suit! It is 60/40 PG/VG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavlov View Post
    Thanks for your help. That has cleared it up a bit for me but I am still confused. The doubler I have is 60/40. My nic is 100% PG.
    try this link and you can see the 50/50 is not quite possible given your numbers > Calc
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    And do you have no nic PG or VG or both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAD View Post
    try this link and you can see the 50/50 is not quite possible given your numbers > Calc
    Thanks for that That ratio will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justdanno View Post
    And do you have no nic PG or VG or both?
    I have both.

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    Yeah. You might have to abandon the 50/50 this time.
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