Shortfills are the industry's answer to restrictions imposed on the maximum nicotine-containing bottle size by the TPD.
These shortfills are larger bottles of 0mg e-liquid that leave space for vapers to add their own nicotine shots. That means that a 60ml shortfill bottle would contain 50ml of nicotine-free e-liquid and 10ml of empty space.
Shortfills come in a variety of popular flavours and provide vapers with extra control over the nicotine strength of their e-liquids. The best part? You get more e-liquid for your money, with shortfill bottles available in 60ml, 120ml and 200ml sizes.
Shortfill e-liquid bottles couldn’t be easier to use - simply take your nic shot (or nic salt if you’re looking for a smoother throat hit), add it to your shortfill and shake up your bottle. That's it - your e-liquid is ready to vape. We like to call it shaking and vaping!
Whilst using shortfills is an uncomplicated process, it’s always a good idea to check the guidelines and work out how much nicotine you need to achieve your perfect vape.
Most shortfill bottles contain enough room to add one or two shots of nicotine or nic salts, which will create a 3mg strength e-liquid. So, you may want to buy an empty mixing bottle to create your desired strength if you'd like a higher concentration.
No - shortfill e-liquids are bottles of nicotine-free e-liquid with space left at the top for vapers to add their own nicotine shots.
Our shortfill range is packed with all your favourite flavours and come in a range of sizes from 60ml bottles all the way up to 200ml bottles. This gives you the opportunity to find the perfect nicotine level for you - and save some cash!
There are a few reasons why you should choose shortfills, but the most obvious is the ability to control and create your own nicotine levels.
Adding nicotine shots or salts is super easy and puts your vape juice back in your hands. Another thing many vapers do is add nicotine strength flavoured e-liquids (such as an 18mg V4 with a complementary flavour), rather than a flavourless nic shot.
The difference between shortfills and longfills is simple - shortfills contain a higher proportion of nicotine-free e-liquid, while longfills contain less.
For instance, a 60ml shortfill bottle will contain 50ml of e-liquid, whilst a 60ml longfill bottle will contain 20ml of concentrate. If you’re looking to add even more strength to your e-liquids, then longfills are the choice for you.
Shortfills, generally speaking, are most often a 70/30 VG/PG ratio. Although longfills have recommended mixes, the ratio can be made to the user's preference.
The amount of nicotine shots you need to put in your shortfill depends on a variety of factors, including your own preferences and the size of your bottle.
If you want a low strength 3mg vape, a 50ml and 100ml bottle would need one and two 18mg nic shots respectively. Looking for a bit more strength? Double the amount of nic shots to achieve a 6mg e-liquid. Finding the right strength for you is all part of the fun!
From £2.50 to £20, our shortfill bottles come in a variety of prices depending on the e-liquid and the size of the bottle. We’re proud to offer a huge range of choices for all vapers, no matter their budget.
When buying our shortfills, you’ll also receive a free nicotine shot. Keep an eye out for our regular multi-buy deals to save even more money when stocking up on your e-liquid supplies!