Fizzy Raspberry By Sidekick Vaping – 150ml Shortfill
Fizzy Raspberry By Sidekick Vaping
iVape are excited to bring Fizzy Raspberry By Sidekick Vaping to you. This is a cool 150ml Shortfill which comes with their handy 30ml carry-keyring! Not only ingenious, but the e-liquid is awesome too! So this is giving you a full on fizz sensation with the delicious Juicyness of Raspberry #sidekickvaping
There is room within this bottle to add 3x10ml nic shots, doing so will give you 180ml 3mg nicotine strength. (NIC SHOTS NOT INCLUDED)
Sidekick e-liquids are taking innovation to the next level – offering 150ml of e-liquid complete with their handy 30ml carry-keyring! Not only ingenious, but the e-liquid is awesome too!!
This is Zero Nicotine E-Liquid
How the nicotine shot works? Really easy! Just 3 simple steps:
Step 1: You need 60ml bottle with 50 ml liquid of extra concentrated + 10ml bottle with 18mg/ml of no flavour (nicotine shot)
Step 2: Pour all 10ml bottle into your 60ml bottle with extra concentrated flavor
Step 3: Shake it! ..a lot and leave in dark cabinet for a few days to get more rich flavor
That’s it! Simple right? Now you have 3mg of nicotine.
We are sorry, but we do not accept the exchange / return of liquids after purchase. Health and safety reasons. Please make sure that you picked proper flavour and proper nicotine level.
Cuimsíonn an táirge seo nicitín, ar substaint an-andúile é. This product contains nicotine which is a highly addictive substance. Harmful in contact with skin. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Read label before use. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water and soap. Call a POISON CENTER, doctor, physician, if you feel unwell. Dispose of contents/container in accordance with regional regulation. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. This product is not recommended for use by non-smokers.Product for use with e-cigarettes only. Store in cool & dry place in original package. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should seek medical advice.