Storing your e-liquid for use every day and for mixing e-liquid requires a quality e-liquid bottle. LDPE bottles are a popular choice as they're of a high standard and resistant to temperature changes.
Available in 30ml and 100ml sizes these bottles are ideal for large and small batch mixing, they're also shatter-resistant while remaining very squeezy.
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By Paul from London
Glad I bought this as just got a new tank and found it awkward to fill with some of the juice bottles, this fits in to the filling ports nicely, easy to squeeze and fits in the pocket nicely. Dont know why I never bought one before.
By Phil from MK
The 30ml are the perfect size to fit in your pocket for easy refills, they squeeze nicely to get the juice out quickly and have a narrow nozzle to fit in the smallest of refill holes! Just what I was looking for!
Need spare bottles to mix in or decant your favourite juice in, look no further! Cheap, easy to use, sorted.
By Joe from Oxford
Great bottle for mixing your own concentrations or if you just want to make up your nicotine content in smaller bottles that are easier to carry around.
Much nicer than carrying around a big 60ml bottle everywhere you go.
Does what it says on the tin can't really expect anything more.
By Captain Grey from South Ayrshire
Pretty much concur with Willy T's review.
Soft plastic makes filling your tank a doddle, and tall, slim shape is ideal for longer printed labels. Much easier to apply top to bottom.
Narrower neck can be a bit of a problem when filling, and the shape is a little unstable, particularly when nearly full.
They are a bit pricey, too.
If available in Gorilla stumpy style, with wider neck and more stability, and bulk buy discount for multiples of 5, they'd be just about perfect.
By WillyT from St Albs
These are good, I've found myself using them for:
-Adding 10ml bottles of my favourite juices together to have a better stock to take out with me
-being able to make smaller mixes of experimental juices - with the 60ml bottles they often end up 1/3 full and take up lots of room, plus if they sit around for a while they are exposed to a lot of air within the bottle.
The opening (and body width) is the same as a 10ml so not the easiest to fill from large bottles of VG / PG or concentrates that come without a spout, but a funnel or syringe is all you need. They're well made and not brittle. They could be cheaper I guess but then so could most things hey