When speaking of Alexander Ovechkin Ms. Harmony. :)
Ironic this thread popped up this weekend.... I woke up yesterday pondering blending 24mg and 18mg of the same flavor, and figured I'd get 21 out of the deal. I'm finding that 18 leaves me "wanting", while with 24 I can put myself into a nico-stupor. :lol:
It doesn't work like that. It's a per cart strength. Notice there are the same options for pre-filled carts. Also, I've had small and large bottles of the same strength and they work the same
I didn't think I was going to need MATH to vape!!!
You don't. Go grab a free copy of the freebie calculator at breaktru.com. No math.
Not only does it help with my non PG and non VG calculations (flavorings), but mixing 'strength' portion has been a real help.
My real pain is that while the calculator runs in ml, the software assumes you are using a 'drop' method, not true measurement. This is understandable considering how hard it is getting a true volume measurement with pure (thickest) PG or VG.
As for the calculating folks, you all just got gonged. Obvious we have no mixers in there.
The different liquids have different ml to drop counts, depending on thickness. A thicker juice will ratio harder than a thinner, scewing the results.
Hint, most manufacturers cut VG as 4vg:1h2o, to include whomever makes Vapor4Life's.
This 'stepping on' can be calculated in too, using the calculator I noted.
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I don't understand miss Sarah why they got gonged...the OP said she was mixing two containers of different strengths of the same named juice ml plus ml...s/he wasn't using drops...
Why wouldnt 10 ml espresso 0nic plus 10 mil espresso 36nic NOT equal 20ml espresso 18 nic?