Pick & Mix Multipack E-Liquid Deals

Buy E-Liquids in Bulk for Great Savings

Customers can now enjoy a great range of discounts in the OK Vape online shop, which includes a number of excellent multipack discounts on vape juices.

The great offer covers our Classic E-Liquid, NicSalt E-Liquid and Sub Ohm E-Liquid ranges. Each range has a wide choice of great tasting flavours to pick & mix from as you wish.

The OK E-Liquid ranges offer a variety of nicotine strengths including 3mg, 6mg, 12mg and 18mg, with both high PG, 50/50 & high VG vape juices to suit all types of vape tank and kit.

Don’t miss out on a great deal – head to the OK Vape Online Store today!

Classic E-Liquid Multipacks

OK Classic E-Liquids contain a 70PG/30VG mix, perfect for classic vape kits. We offer a wide range of over 15 flavours with nicotine strengths ranging from 6mg up to 18mg. Pick & mix from any of these flavour with the great value Classic E-Liquid multipacks below.

NicSalt E-Liquid Multipacks

Nicotine Salt or ‘NicSalt’ e-liquids are a great option for new vapers. They allow you to use a higher strength of nicotine but don’t have the harsh throat hit often experienced with stronger classic vape juices.

With a 50/50 PG/VG mix, these liquids are versatile enough to be used in both classic vape kits and low powered sub ohm kits or pod mods such as the Vaptio Spin It kit. The OK NicSalt range is currently available in four flavours; Menthol, Strawberry, Blueberry and Blackcurrant at 18mg. Pick & mix from these popular flavours with our NicSalt multipack deals, offering prices from just £2.42 per bottle.

Sub Ohm E-Liquid Multipacks

The OK Sub Ohm E-Liquid range with an 80VG/20PG ratio is the perfect partner for sub ohm tanks. Available in a range of great tasting flavours from cherry sherbet to classic RY4 tobacco, all with 3mg nicotine. Pick & mix from six delicious flavours with OK Sub Ohm E-Liquid Multipacks and pay from just £2.42 per bottle.

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