Unflavored 10ml 18mg or 9mg nicotine shot.
Before the introduction of Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) many nicotine base manufacturers were looking for a solution to oncoming nicotine products regulations, even more vapers were in panic, frantically buying e-liquids and nicotine bases in bulk to fill their stashes before the ban comes into force.
Two main concerns were: online sales ban in many countries for all products containing nicotine and the limit put on nicotine strength (no more than 20mg/ml) and volume of nicotine liquids (not more than 10ml). What does that mean in practice?
Whoever filled their cabinets with bases and liquids is vaping or DIY mixing e-liquids as we speak, others are stuck with what is available online (only nicotine free) and in their local stores (only up to 10ml and 20mg/ml). Well at least until recently they were…
Manufacturers are trying to battle strict TPD regulations in many ways – nicotine boosters or nicotine shots being one of them.
What is the idea behind nicotine shots? The nicotine shot itself is basically a TPD compliant nicotine base in a TPD sized packaging. It allows you to turn any nicotine free e-liquid into an e-liquid of your desired nicotine strength. It usually comes with a leaflet or some kind of instruction that explains doses needed to achieve a required strength.
Chemnovatic has implemented that idea in a range of Nic Shot nicotine shots. Nic Shot boosters are available in two nicotine strengths – 9mg and 18mg