DIY E-Liquid Supplies

You can now mix your own e-liquid, with our range of DIY mixing supplies. So in order to save on cost, you’d like to mix your own juice we have what you need to get started from storage bottles, glassware, vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol we’ve got you covered

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  • Syringe Tips Blunt 400 x 400Quick View

    Blunt Syringe Tips

    $0.75$1.00

    Blunt Syringe Tips are used in the mixing of DIY E-juice, with these you can measure out liquid amounts with the finest precision.


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    500mil Amber Dispensing Bottle

    $4.50

    A 500mil Amber dispensing bottle and child resistant cap. Use it to store and steep DIY ejuice working with glass instead of plastic should always be a preference for DIY eJuice mixers.These glass bottles are suitable for long-term storage of liquids.


  • Amber dispensing bottle and child resistant capQuick View

    250mil Amber Dispensing Bottle

    $3.20

    A 250mil Amber dispensing bottle and child resistant cap. Use it to store and steep DIY ejuice working with glass instead of plastic should always be a preference for DIY eJuice mixers.These glass bottles are suitable for long-term storage of liquids.


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    50/50 mix Vegetable Glycerin/Propylene Glycol

    $15.95$35.00

    The 50/50 mix contains Vegetable Glycerin and Proylene Glycol it is sourced in New Zealand it is organic and an aid to every DIY enthusiasts ingredients. This is a 50/50 mix to suit those inclined.

    Vegetable Glycerin is an ingredient used to satisfy Vapers who like to exhale clouds of vape. Vegetable Glycerin contained in e-Juice also smooths the hit to the inhale action. Many Vapers include this in their e-Juice.

    Propylene Glycol is a food grade flavour carrier it assists the flavour contained in e-Juice. Many Vapers include this in their e-Juice to satisfy the hit at the back of the throat when inhaling.

    50/50 mix Vegetable Glycerin/Propylene Glycol Is Available in these sizes.

    Available in 200mil, 500mil and 1litre sizes

    Comes in Amber Glass Bottle except 1litre with child resistant cap

    NB: Use within 2 years of purchase store out of reach and direct sunlight


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    Magnetic Stirrer – eJuice Mixer

    $149.95

    Input : AC100 to 240V 50Hz /60 Hz
    Output: DC12V 1A
    Stirrer speed : 0 to 3000 r/min
    Max stir volume: 3000ml
    Motor Power: 0.86W
    Working desk size :130mm*130mm
    Material :316 Stainless steel
    Weight : 490g


  • SyringeQuick View

    Syringe 3mil, 30mil

    $1.50$1.95

    3mil Syringe when making your own ejuice this you’ll need to keep your measurements spot on 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


  • Pipette Plastic Disposables 3mil or 5mil - 5 packQuick View

    Pipette Plastic Disposables 3mil or 5mil – 5 pack

    $1.95

    Pipette Plastic Disposables 3mil or 5mil  – 5 pack

    Graduated Transfer Pasteur Pipettes

    Available in 3mil and 5mil – 5 packs

     


  • Dripper BottlesQuick View

    50mil Dripper Bottle

    $3.95

  • 50ml-beaker-borosilicate-glassQuick View

    Glass beaker – 0100mL

    $9.95

    Professional Grade Borosilicate Laboratory Glassware is a type of glass with the main glass-forming constituents silica and boron oxide.

    Borosilicate glasses are known for having very low coefficients of thermal expansion (~3 × 10−6 /°C at 20°C), making them resistant to thermal shock, more so than any other common glass. Such glass is less subject to thermal stress and is commonly used for the construction of laboratory measuring cylinders, beakers, flasks, test tubes and funnels.


  • 100ml-Cylinder-borosilicate-glassQuick View

    Glass cylinder – 0025mL

    $15.95

    Professional Grade Borosilicate Laboratory Glassware is a type of glass with the main glass-forming constituents silica and boron oxide.

    Borosilicate glasses are known for having very low coefficients of thermal expansion (~3 × 10−6 /°C at 20°C), making them resistant to thermal shock, more so than any other common glass. Such glass is less subject to thermal stress and is commonly used for the construction of laboratory measuring cylinders, beakers, flasks, test tubes and funnels.


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