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Shortfill E-Liquids

Shortfill E-Liquid are larger bottles of e-liquid that have been "short filled" with nicotine free e-liquid. The reason that these bottles come short filled is to leave enough space to add nicotine shots for those who like to vape with nicotine.

Shortfill e-liquids came in to the vaping market late 2017 - early 2018 as a result of the then new TPD regulations that limits the size bottle of e-liquids containing nicotine to just 10ml.

This was somewhat of a problem for Sub-Ohm vapers as they tend to vape at higher wattages using more low strength nicotine e-liquid. As a result the shortfill concept was introduced, at Vape Green we stock thousands of premium shortfill e-liquids, from top brands such as Nasty JuiceDinner Lady and IVG just to name a few.

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Shortfill E-liquid are large bottles of E-Liquid that are not filled all the way up, leaving space for one or more nicotine shot to be added. Shorfill E-Liquids are mostly made in high VG blends, aimed towards more experienced Sub-Ohm vapers using high wattage kits with coils below 1ohm. There are a few exceptions from brands such as Love your coil, their shorfill e-Liquids that are made in 50%VG/50%PG blends to work with basic vape kits and pod kits.

Shortfill E-Liquids are Nicotine Free due to the TPD regulation in the UK/EU limiting sales of any E-Liquids containing nicotine to 10ml bottle size. As shortfill E-Liquids are Nicotine Free they can be sold in much larger bottles (no limit) and the user can then add Nicotine by using 10ml Nicotine Shots.

The quickest and easiest answer is 3mg using a 18mg nic shot or (3.3mg) using a 20mg nic shot.

This is due to the UK/EU TPD regulations limiting the nicotine strength on E-Liquids to a maximum of 20mg. Therefore the strongest Nicotine Shots available in UK/EU is 20mg. The most common Shortfill bottle size is a 60ml bottle containing 50ml of 0mg E-liquid. To calculate how much nicotine you will get after mixing the nicotine shot we need to take the strength of the Nicotine shot and divide it with the total amount of E-Liquid in the bottle after the nic shot has been added.

For example if we use a 18mg Nicotine shot in a 50ml shortfill bottles it will be 50ml 0mg E-Liquid + 10ml nic shot = 60ml E-Liquid. To make the calculation we take the nicotine shot strength 18mg and divide it with the amount of E-Liquid 60ml - 18/60 = 0.3 and that is (3mg)

A quick cheat sheet

  • 50ml Shortfill + 18mg Nic Shot = 60ml - 3mg E-Liquid
  • 50ml Shortfill + 20mg Nic Shot = 60ml - 3.3mg E-Liquid
  • 100ml Shortfill + 2 x 18mg Nic Shots = 120ml - 3mg E-Liquid
  • 100ml Shortfill + 2 x 20mg Nic Shot = 120ml - 3.3mg E-liquid

For shortfill E-Liquids formulated in high 70%+ VG blends we recommend using a sub-ohm DTL (direct to lung) vape kit and coil for best result. We do not recommend using basic Pod kits or basic starter kits with higher VG shortfills as they will not be able to wick the thicker VG blends properly, resulting in dry hits and a generally unpleasant experience. 

The most popular and manufactured sizes of shortfills are 50/60ml and 100/120ml, but there is also 200/240ml available. 

The most common version in the UK is 60ml bottle filled with 50ml of 0mg E-Liquid or 120ml bottle filled with 100ml of 0mg E-Liquid.

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