18 Gauge Blunt Drawing needle for use with our syringes. Makes drawing liquid from e-Juice bottles a breeze.
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Great for precise filling for your vape
Works well, as described.
I like to use syringes for all my filling duties.. specifically because i can control the amount more precisely then any other tool, and because no matter the tank or cart, you can always fit these in the right spot to fill without getting a drop in the centre hole. Be aware these won't pick up the thick VG stuff, but great for PG based stuff.
I bought a selection of the syringes which are all of good quality & use them as follows:
10ml syringe - for the VG (i.e. as I usually use more than 5mls)
5ml - for the PG &/or nicotine
3ml - for the PG &/or nicotine
1ml - for flavours & dilutant
18 gauge blunt needle - to get to the bottom of the bottles. Just go slower with the thicker agents.
I rinse each syringe well after use with a glass of cooling boiled/distilled water and dry with & store in a tissue in a zip-seal bag in my brewing box (where I keep all the spares & the ingredients in separate zip-seal bags also). At such a cheap price, I keep some spares of each on hand.
Look, they work, but the question is do you really need them? I see no advantage using these over over a standard disposable pipet. maybe it's personal preference, maybe I'm doing somthing wrong. I'm definitely no expert so I'm willing to accept there's something I'm not doing right. But for me it's pipets all the way.
**PLUS** when you're trying to introduce a new friend to vaping so you can get them off cigarettes, a big fat needle it's really doing you any favors.
"Don't worry bro, it's WAY better for you than tobacco"
"Is the the end of a syringe!??
Great! Very strong, Be sure to pull very slow with thick liquids.
Perfect and cheap and super fast postage.
Works well for my use with 1ml syringe.
Good for PG. for VG I just take it off.