Nic It Up 80% VG nic shots should be mixed with shortfill or 0mg eliquids to increase their nicotine content, they should not be vaped on their own. This 80% VG blend is available in 10ml bottles.
The 18mg nicotine strength means that when added to 50ml of 0mg eliquid you'll create 60ml of 3mg eliquid. If you add two shots to 100ml of eliquid you'll end up with 120ml of 3mg eliquid.
By Chris from London
Two things about nic shots: you get what you pay for, and you need to steep the shortfill properly. I’ll test a shortfill after a week steeping (and ocassionally aerating by squeezing air in and out of the bottle), and only go for it properly after two weeks at the absolute minimum.
I used to use another (not cheap) brand but found it worked well only 70% of the time. For me the best test was Mustache Milk, as this seems sensitive to which nic shot you use - often too harsh and lemony even after a couple of weeks. Tried nic it up and bang! As nature intended. This and the 70VG version have so far worked perfectly with a variety of shortfills I have tried. It lets the flavours do the talking and smooth as you like. I’m a convert.
By Danvapes from UK
iv recently bought 2 premium E liquids from big brands, known to be smooth.
i thought id change from my store bough Nic to, Nic It Up, and what i find is its not harsh per say but catch back of your throat and cause a itchy and cough til its clear, my test to cause this review is the same liquids using store Nic = fine and smooth same liquid using this harsh itchy feeling.
However stating this, im currently letting the bottles steep so fingers crossed it will blend well.
Overall not the worse iv had but wont be purchasing this brand again.
this review does not represent vapeclub or there service or other juice purley the Nic It Up
By Cee from Exeter
I've been using these nic booster for a while and they seem to be good quality nicotine. I've used some that just make the juice harsh, but these seem perfect for the job.