A popular question from smokers new to ECigs in 2014 is "What is the best ECig strength for me to try first ?".
We would suggest that if you smoke Silk Cut Silver you start with the 6mg strength cartridges or ELiquid. For Silk Cut Purple, Windsor Blue, Richmond Smooth or similar then 12mg is probably the best electronic cigarette strength to start with. For other brands it may be best to start with 18mg - then if this is too strong order 12mg next time.
If you need something with a lot more kick then you could try the 24mg which is our strongest strength and is popular with rolling tobacco users.
If you are unsure you can always telephone us on 01733 555 555 to discuss your personal requirements with our customer services team.
Please also have a look through the table below. During our comparison testing our tasters came to the following personal analogies, your tastes may differ slightly though so please use this information for outline guidance only:
Remember a standard cigarette has about 6-7 puffs - Use your V2 in the same way.
Please note that the Tobacco Cigarette Brands/Trademarks mentioned above are not associated with V2Cigs UK in anyway and they are only used for reference purposes. The Trademark/Brand owners are Silk Cut Silver/Purple:Japan Tobacco; Embassy Red/Richmond Smooth/Windsor Blue/Lambert&Butler:Imperial Tobacco; Benson & Hedges: BAT, Marlboro: Philip Morris
V2 Cigs want smokers to know exactly what they are purchasing which is why V2 Cigs is one of the few companies that publish their e-liquid ingredients online and provide batch reports of each flavour and strength. V2 Cigs bold, full, medium and light flavour cartridges contain three primary ingredients; nicotine, food grade flavorings and propylene glycol (a USA FDA approved food additive used in everything from cake mixes to asthma inhalers).
Propylene Glycol is the preferred e-cig ingredient base used to dilute and vaporize the pharmaceutical-grade nicotine liquid.
Zero strength cartridges contain no nicotine, just our fantastic flavours.
To read more about the safety of Propylene Glycol click here.
To see a detailed list of the ingredients used in V2 flavour cartridges and e-liquids please visit the V2 Cigs Downloads Page to download the latest copy of the ingredients list.