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HiSo what I am hearing you say is that I cannot use this calculator with a premix base/nic, unless there is some formula that I can use to simulate the PG/VG numbers the recipe calc is looking for, in order to come out 0% for both? Is that correct? The base I am using is supposed just need flavoring to vape it. I am just needing a calculator to give me the amounts of each flavor to produce the recipe. Am I right or am I still missing something.If I was using a nic concentrate, with PG and VG as separate ingredients, the calc would work as designed. But with a base that is customized with the target VG/PG and nicotine levels already in the base, the calculator cannot determine just the flavor levels needed? Or did it anyway?Can I just take the calculated Nic, PG & VG and add them together and assume that is the amount of pre-mix base to use, along with the flavor results as shown in the calculation? It comes out to 80% and the flavors add the other 20%?ThanksDoug
Hi All,just looking for confirmation i have done this right before i poison myself i am getting a message about negative VG.i am using 72mg nicotine in VGflavouring in PG.i'm trying to make 10ml, 24mg strength as a tester with a target ratio of 70pg/30vg. this is where i get the negative vg warning.i have adjusted the target ratio to 65pg/35vg and this will shows % fine but the vg looks a little low.Apologies if this has been answered elsewhere.
I am new at this, what I did was made my base with the pg, vg and flavoring. now what I need to know is how much nicotine do I add without losing the flavor.
w00tie,The grams weight are set by going to the menu "Tools", "Set Grams".Grams are calculated by the ml result times the Set Grams entry.If you used 1.01 for your grams entry then 10 ml would be 10.1gr. (10 x 1.01 = 10.1)
Hi, i have version 126.96.36.199 on Windows 7 and i have issue printing Image since i updated to this version (Grams Tab).Part of the page is missing.Please advise.Thank you.Oh, any way to remove "grams tab"?
This calculator is more complicated (and confusing) than necessary - this is a shame seeing this is the most popular e-juice calc out there.The calculator assumes that everyone uses one "Nic Base" and then a separate PG and one VG base. But this is an old-fashioned way to mix and I believe many more people today mix with pre-made bases, like I do with one 50/50 with NIC and then one 50/50 with 0 NIC.(In fact I dont see any point whatsoever to have three bases, one NIC base and one VG and one PG? I would always mix with two, one with a certain percentage of NIC and the other 0).So, out of the box the calculator shows me values for "Nicotine Ejuice" and then PG and VG separate and only with a trick/workaround you can use it to work with TWO bases: When you set PG both on the left, to 100% (Nic strength and Target PG).It would be VERY simple since you only need to add maybe one line showing the total of PG/VG, rather than showing two individual values for PG and VG. (The people who mix with one NIC base and one Zero base will be confused since "PG" and "VG" doesn't mean anything for them respective it is not relevant, since we dont mix any PG and VG.) In fact In consider how it is right now almost a little "dangerous" since we're dealing with Nicotine here which is hazardous and there is no need to make things more complicated than it need be!The above with a line showing a total for 0mg base (and possible alternative labels for "PG" and "VG" under a new, more clearer name like "0 Nic base" instead) could also be realized if your calc just had a check box where people could specify at the beginning whether they actually use a "nic base" and a PG base AND a VG base to mix...or simply (how I think most do) with TWO bases. And to be honest, I would actually set a mixing method "two pre-mixed bases" as default. (And then show PG and VG mix percentages of course only to those who actually mix PG and VG, otherwise simply the total for 0mg NIC base).I am just writing this since I consider the workaround with setting PG to 100% (to get ONE value rather than two separate) not really a solution.Otherwise your calc is great, I just don't understand why it doesn't support mixing with two bases.Some other things. NOT to be picky, just constructive * Pressing "Calculate" to calculate.... WHY? Can it be updated in real time? This SCREAMS for mistakes when people forget to press the button.* "grams" are always at 0. (Doesn't matter for me but is just odd it doesn't show any values)* "Ratio you want your recipe to be" <---- Nice to have maybe as an "advanced option" but entirely unnecessary and also confusing for "simple" mixing. Again something which makes things more complicated than they SHOULD beWhen I mix a 50/50 (or whatever percentage) NIC base and my 50/50 (or whatever) ZERO base I am not interested in "what I want it to be" respective it's entirely pointless. This value is already predetermined, juice will be the percentage of the two bases (in this case 50% PG and 50% VG) and then with the dilution when you maybe add water (vodka etc) and then the flavor. It will likely end up something like 47/47...but this is nothing I have control over (with just two bases) nor am I really interested in this value. (Eg. I cannot specify "I want it to be" 70% PG if I only use two bases with 50/50.) See above, this "what I want it to be" should be an option for those who mix with NIC, PG and VG and it shouldn't even come up as default option someone needs to set to use the calc. The result is entirely needless problems with seeing error messages and running into negative values etc...for something many people don't even need!
hi ive been using this app for a few weeks now and i love it definatlly the best out there but i have just started mixing by weight and each time i have to manually put the seperate measurments in to get the gram readings up on the calculator is there any way to stop this happening ie save them so it does this for me many thanks matt
I would like to know why is it that when I make a batch of ejuice I notice that it does not fill up the bottle size I'm using whether it's 15 or 30 ml correctly? I notice that it is always short of the capacity of the bottle being used.