Dinner Lady Shortfill E Liquid
Dinner Lady shortfills are specifically designed for advanced vape fans. For those who seek large, voluminous vapour clouds but don’t want to compromise on flavour, these 50ml shortfill bottles from Dinner Lady vape are the perfect solution. So if you’re a fan of sub-ohm vaping and prefer a direct-to-lung hit, you can’t go wrong with this Dinner Lady vape juice.
Dinner Lady Shortfill Flavours
Dinner Lady shortfills are available in over 40 delicious flavours, including a whole host of Dinner Lady favourites as well as some exclusive profiles you can only find in their shortfill collection. With so many great blends to choose from, be sure to take advantage of our 2-for-£20 deal on all Dinner Lady 50ml shortfill bottles to find your new favourite flavour today!
Here are just a few of the Dinner Lady shortfill e liquid flavours currently available:
Peach Mint Iced Tea
Dinner Lady vape is a British e-liquid and vape hardware brand, and all their shortfill e liquid is made here in the UK in state-of-the-art facilities using only the finest ingredients.
Frequently Asked Questions - Dinner Lady Shortfill FAQs
1. How to use Dinner Lady Shortfills
Dinner Lady shortfills are incredibly easy to use. Start by unscrewing the lid and adding in your desired amount of nicotine. If you’re using a Dinner Lady 50ml shortfill, there will be enough room in each bottle to add in a 10ml nic shot if desired. Replace the lid and shake the bottle vigorously to thoroughly mix the formula. After a few minutes, your Dinner Lady liquid is ready to vape!
2. Can you put 2 nic shots in a shortfill?
Some shortfill e liquid has enough space to add in two nicotine shots, but some only leave enough room for one. As a general rule, 50ml shortfill bottles will leave enough space to add in one nic shot, while 100ml shortfills leave enough space for two. Dinner Lady 50ml shortfill bottles leave enough space to add in 1 nicotine shot if desired.
3. What vape kit should I use with Dinner Lady shortfills?
As shortfill Dinner Lady juice has a high VG content, they should only be used with sub-ohm devices that have high power outputs.