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Dinner Lady Vs Nasty Fix Airfix Disposables

by Theo Wilson

Dinner Lady Vs Nasty Airfix Disposables Reviewed

As two of the leading disposable vape pens, the Dinner Lady Vape Pen 2 and the Nasty Fix AirFix have seen a wealth of new customers take interest in disposable vaping. It makes sense, after all, as Dinner Lady and Nasty Juice are two giants in the world of e-liquid. One thing’s for sure, a little friendly competition is good for the market, so vape fans have long been able to benefit from these two brands seeking to outdo each other when it comes to vape juice.

So how do their flagship disposable vapes stack up against one another? We’ll run you through the key aspects of both devices, such as their design and build, how they perform against one another and which flavours you’ll find in each range. So read on, and discover an exciting new world of disposable vaping.

  • 1.5ml capacity
  • 20mg strength
  • 300mAh battery
  • Approx. 400 puffs
  • RRP £3.99

Dinner Lady VS Nasty Airfix Features

Of these two disposable kits, the Nasty AirFix is more heavy-duty in several ways. Bigger, heavier, more powerful and expensive, the AirFix is a tempting option for the more serious vape fan.

Lasting on average 3 days, it makes it a better travel companion for, say, a long weekend, or just generally better for heavier vape users —as demonstrated by the adjustable airflow feature.

By no means less sturdy, the Dinner Lady Vape Pen2 is a more compact, streamlined device that boasts a stunningly clean appearance. Its lower capacity is counterbalanced by its lower price tag, making it more suited to less frequent vape users, or customers looking for a one-off device for a brief spell.

Despite its compact frame, it still delivers an ample 400 puffs of premium e-liquid.

  • 2ml capacity
  • 20mg strength
  • 700mAh battery
  • Approx. 675 puffs
  • RRP £5.99 
  • Cylindrical: 106mm x ø10mm
  • Weight 16.7g
  • Integrated mouthpiece
  • Food-grade stainless steel
  • Painted finish

Disposable Vape Design Comparison

Despite their technical differences, the Dinner Lady Vape Pen2 and Nasty AirFix do share some general design commonalities. They’re both sleek, cylindrical and unobtrusive, serving up a full-bore vape experience in a pocket-friendly format. Besides being what we call pen-style kits, however, there are otherwise marked differences between the two.

The bigger of the two kits, the Nasty FixAirfix is both longer, thicker and heavier than its comparator, weighing in at almost double the weight. It retains a uniform diameter along its full body until reaching the separate mouthpiece, where it tapers off on two sides into an ergonomic duckbill-style drip tip.

The patented AirFix adjustor ring at the base is flush with the kit’s body, delivering a dual sense of convenience and seamlessness. Adding to this sense of slickness, the device comes in a matte, minimalist all-black plastic finish —adorned minimally with a coloured Nasty Fix logo —that’s smooth to the touch yet still reassuringly grippy.

By any measure, the Dinner Lady Vape Pen2 is the more petite disposable. As one of the first prominent vape brands to venture into disposables, Dinner Lady have come up with a design that customers can’t get enough of. Sleeker and lighter than the AirFix, it’s a tempting prospect for users who prize portability.

Unlike the AirFix, the Dinner Lady features an integrated mouthpiece, thus retaining its uniform dimensions throughout. As such, its shape more closely mimics that of a cigarette, which may be an added bonus for transitioning smokers.

  • Cylindrical: 150mm x ø40mm
  • Weight 33g
  • Separate mouthpiece, duckbill drip-tip
  • Sleek yet robust plastic construction
  • Airfix™ airflow ring at base

Dinner Lady Vs Nasty Airfix Flavours

Dinner Lady and Nasty Juice are equally adored by both fans and industry experts, as evidenced by both their longevity in the market as well as multiple award wins.

As such, you can rest assured that whichever path you take, you’ll get to enjoy premium e-liquid flavour. Fruity flavours are fan favourites in the case of either brand, suited as they are to the lighter, all-day vibes inherent in disposable vapes. Nonetheless, there are still minor distinctions.

The Dinner Lady brand take their inspiration from classic sweets, desserts, and soft drinks, which is why you’ll find among their range such standouts as Lemon Tart and Strawberry Macaroon, as well as the aforementioned fruity treats.

For the more reserved palate, they also offer the stalwart flavours of both Tobacco and Menthol. Nasty Juice are equally renowned for their flavour range, which sees slightly more eclectic tones enter the fold. Flavours like Sicko Blue and Asap Grape see blends of distinct fruit given an exhilarating menthol kick, whereas Double Apple Shisha grants rich hookah flavour in a portable package.

Like Dinner Lady, they also cover the classics, with both Vanilla Tobacco and Menthol options available.

Disposable Vape Performance

Despite some of the technical differences we’ve highlighted, both of these devices still perform very similarly. Both use nic salt sat a strength of 20mg/ml and a composition ratio of 50VG:50PG.

What this means is you’ll get smooth throat hits that deliver bold flavour and a moderate amount of vapour, for a more discreet experience. Compared to other liquids, nic salts grant a faster-acting, longer-lasting nicotine hit.

As such, disposable vape pens are designed to give an overall experience that adeptly simulates the feeling of smoking.

As the Nasty Fix device boasts its unique AirFix system, this also allows you to adjust airflow to further tweak the style of your vape hit.

Which is better: Dinner Lady or Nasty Airfix?

As we’ve shown, there are some notable differences between these two devices. We can’t make the decision for you, but hopefully you’ll come away from this blog with a better sense of what works for you. With that said, our verdict is as follows.

The Dinner Lady Disposable Vape Pen 2 is smaller and more budget-friendly, but as a result it also has a shorter lifespan. However, if you want a disposable vape for a short period such as a night out, or just prefer a smaller device, this is one of the best options out there. The Nasty FixAirFix is likely to appeal to those who desire a more heavy-duty device, whether that be as a result of heavier usage or if you need a kit to tide you over for a longer period.

Also, if you’re intrigued by the option of playing around with your vape hits, the AirFix adjustable airflow is a welcome addition. If you’re still undecided, and want to explore more disposable vape options, why not check out our previous comparison blog: Geek Bar Vs Elf Bar

Dinner Lady Vape Pen 2 and Nasty Fix Airfix at myCigara

At myCigara, we exist to make the UK smoke-free. We believe that by offering disposable vape pens as a healthier alternative to smoking, we’re that much closer to achieving our goal.

Plus, not only is a disposable vape healthier than cigarettes, it’s also much cheaper, especially thanks to our bundle deals. You can now get 6 Nasty AirFix for £30, or 6 Dinner Lady Vape Pens for £20—and we also offer 10-packs of Dinner Lady disposables.

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