It is illegal to trade liquid nicotine in any way in Australia, so you won't find any nicotine products on this Australian site. It is legal to purchase nicotine online from overseas though. So to get around this we created a sister company in New Zealand that you can purchase nicotine products from, you'll find the unflavoured freebase nicotine and salt nicotine for mixing here.
We have a nicotine calculator that you can use here:
Today we will be explaining how to add nicotine to an RTV (ready to vape) flavour bottle, so ensure that you are on the ready to vape tab at the top of the calculator and not the doubler tab.
Let’s explain what we’re looking at in the above image:
Please note that whether you're using freebase nicotine or salt nicotine, the mixing ratio is the same.
There are usually two caps on an e-liquid bottle, an outer cap and an inner cap (with a nozzle). We must remove the inner cap to add nicotine to the bottle. This can be difficult as they’re quite tight to ensure a good seal, we do have a tool available that makes it much easier though, you can find it here.
Depending on how much nicotine base we’re adding, and how full the flavour bottle is, you might find that you need to remove some flavoured e-liquid to fit the nicotine base in. Always use separate measuring syringes for coming into contact with the nicotine base and the flavours, using the same syringe for both will result in contamination of the nicotine base.
Carefully draw the correct amount of nicotine into a measuring syringe and add it to the bottle of flavoured e-liquid. Once the nicotine base has been added, replace the bottle caps tightly and shake vigorously for several minutes. This step is crucial as we must ensure that the nicotine is mixed into the e-liquid thoroughly.
Discard the used syringe or syringes, these are single-use items.
Once the nicotine has been mixed, leave it to settle for 24 hours. Before adding any e-liquid to your atomiser, give the bottle a shake.
If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to contact us, we would rather you be confident than begin this process unsure of yourself.
See also: our guide on mixing nicotine into doubler bottles.