E Liquid Vape Juice Calculator

It's super simple to use. Here's how:

First, mention how much liquid you'll want in total after the vape juice has been mixed. The calculator also helps you determine your ideal PG/VG ratio for your e liquid. Press on calculate. The results of the e liquid calculator will show you in millilitres how much of each vape juice ingredient you need for your desired e liquid.

The BangJuice® e liquid calculator is another version of our original calculator. BangJuice® offers insane e liquid flavours for you to vape! All you need to do is mix some base and add nicotine if desired, then give the bottle a quick shake. This is ideal for not having to use any measuring cups or syringes to mix your e liquid.

For this version of the e liquid vape juice calculator, simply select the size of the bottle you want to use, choose how much nicotine you want to add, and mention your ideal nic strength. Then, hit calculate. Don't forget to check out BangJuice® for all their available flavours!


Flavor Pct*
Nicotine Shot Strength
Desired Concentration


Ingredient Quantity (ml)
PG/VG Nicotine: 5.0
PG/VG Base (No Nicotine): 40.0
Flavouring: 15.0

Now that you've calculated your vape juice mix...

Total E-Liquid to Produce
Flavor Pct
Nicotine Shot Strength
Desired Concentration

Your Vape Juice E Liquid Calculations:

100% PG NIC
PG Nicotine 33.33 ml
PG 6.67 ml
VG 40.00 ml
Flavour 20.00 ml
Total 100.00 ml
100% VG NIC
VG Nicotine 33.33 ml
PG 40.00 ml
VG 6.67 ml
Flavour 20.00 ml
Total 100.00 ml

What You Need To Know About Mixing Your E Liquid

To get the most out of this calculator, let’s first go through some basic information to help pin down exactly what kind of e liquid is the best for you.

What Do I Need To Make My Own E Liquid?

Vape juice usually consists of four ingredients. These ingredients include:

  • Propylene Glycol (PG)
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Flavouring
  • Nicotine (Optional)
What Does PG and VG Mean?

Almost all vape juices are made from propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) or a combination of these two suspension agents, and they effect on your vaping experience differently.

What To Know About PG

Propylene glycol remains one of the most commonly used bases for e-juice because of its ability to deliver a strong flavour with a powerful throat hit. Because PG is a thinner, runnier liquid than its VG counterpart, it gunks up your device less. A high PG e-juice is perfect for vapers who want to spend less time cleaning their vape, and more time enjoying an intense flavour experience.

Additionally, PG vape juice tends to have a longer shelf life than VG-based e-juice, so if you only vape occasionally, PG may be a good option for you.

What You Should Know About VG

VG, or vegetable glycerin, by contrast, is ideal for creating billowing puffs of aromatic fog. The higher an e-liquid’s VG ratio, the more conducive it will be to cloud chasing and performing tricks with your vape.

Also, this thick, syrupy liquid will build up more quickly on your vape than a PG-based e-juice, and brings a milder, more subtle throat hit to the table.

TIP: The higher the VG, the puffier your clouds. The higher the PG, the more intense your taste and throat hit will be.

Kickstarting Your Calculations

If you tried the BangJuice® version of VapeCal, you may have wondered what BangJuice® had. Check out some of our e liquid flavours below

Finding The Ideal PG/VG Ratio

All longfills made by BangJuice® have a PG/VG ratio of 50/50 without any added nicotine.

After you’ve considered your own personal style of vaping, it’s time to consider what ratio of juice is best for you and your vape. Let’s take a look at these different ratios, and determine which one best meets your individual vaping needs.

You will find several ratios of PG/VG percentages available among vape juices, including:

  • 100% VG: The perfect juice for cloud chasers and competitive vapers.
  • 100% PG: For vapers who want the strongest flavour and throat hit possible.
  • 70% VG / 30% PG: If you’re sensitive to coughing, the smooth, mellow predominance of VG-based e-juice may the juice for you.
  • 50% VG / 50% PG: A good place for novice vapers to begin, as this balanced ratio allows you to figure out exactly what you enjoy in your e-juice.
  • 40% VG / 60% PG: A flavourful combination that also allows for adequate cloud production.
  • 20% VG / 80% PG: If you want the powerful throat hit and flavour of a PG juice, but still enjoy a nice puff of vapour.
What is the Best Nicotine Level for Vaping?

If you’re switching from smoking cigarettes to vaping e-liquid, one of the first questions you may have is “How much nicotine should I get in my vape?”

If you look at your bottle of e-juice, you will probably see one of the following labels:

  • 0mg
  • 3mg
  • 6mg
  • 12mg
  • 18mg
  • 24mg

Bear in mind that this means milligrams of nicotine per millilitre of e liquid. For example, an e-juice bottle marked “3mg” means that this e-juice contains 3mg of nicotine per 1 ml. of e-juice, not 3mg of nicotine per bottle.

As a rule of thumb, one cigarette delivers about 1mg of nicotine into your system. If you smoke a pack of cigarettes a day, you will want to select an e-juice with about 6mg of nicotine.

TIP: Did you know that the more nicotine your e-juice has, the stronger your throat hit will be? In fact, a 100% VG e-juice produces almost no throat hit at all.

Mixing Your E Liquid After Using The Calculator

When mixing your own DIY e-liquid, you can measure it out based on its weight, or by its volume. If you’re creating a small quantity of juice of less than 100ml, we recommend that you mix your e-juice according to its weight, as this method requires less clean up and fewer tools.

TIP: All BangJuice®'s longfills come pre-mixed with base and flavour, meaning you'll only ever need to add nicotine if you want to.

Each ingredient in your vape juice has a different weight, and these weights must be accounted for in proportion to each other. To simplify this process, BangJuice®’s calculator provides your ingredient amount in units of mg/ml.

How To Store Your E Liquid After Mixing

Once you’ve finished mixing your own custom e-liquid: Here is why you need to store your vape juice in a cool and dark place:

  • Nicotine oxidises in the open air, turning a dark, amber colour. More surface area exposed to the air = more rapid oxidation of both the nicotine in your e-juice.
  • The chemical compounds in your flavour will degrade faster when exposed to heat.
  • The UV radiation of sunlight increases the rate of the breakdown of the delicate compounds in your flavour.
Storing Your E Liquid Properly

TIP: While storing your e-juice in plastic bottles may work for the short-term, glass bottles offer a much better long-term solution. This is because plastic interacts with the compounds in your e-juice, which can lead to faster degradation than a glass storage alternative.

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