These are considered necessary for mixing and storing recipes. Some are more basic than others, yet provide pretty much all one needs to mix e-juice. I suggest you try a couple and see which suits best. I use e-juice me up.
YouTube Videos on DIY Calculators
Resources to help with your DIY Mixing
There are forums that specialise in DIY – Recipes and development, mixing tips, reviews & discussion on flavours and e-liquids. Here are the ones I recommend and quite frankly these are probably the best of the best, especially when it comes to text based information.
DIY Mixing Shows
I would consider these to be valuable resources for mixers at all levels.
The DIY E-Liquid show is dedicated to teaching adults How To Make Vape Juice, e-liquid Recipes, and general discussion about vaping news. This channel discusses flavors, DIY mixing tips, DIY e-juice tutorials, quick e-liquid tips, how to create an e-juice recipe, how to clone a vape shop juice, equipment for DIY mixing and more.
Beware – There’s a lot of rambling on these channel types, so it’s a matter of hanging in there to ensure you don’t miss out on what’s important.
The Noted Show – This is part of both MixLife and DIYorDie and available within both YouTube channels. These video discussions are a panel of mixers that dedicate the whole show to a specific flavour group or type.
A free and premium resource. All The Flavors makes mixing your own e-liquid simple and quick. New DIY hobbyists, experienced mixers, and e-liquid professionals use All The Flavors to make recipe preparation, tracking, sharing and research easier.
As I’ve mentioned, there’s a lot of off topic irrelevant chatter with resources like this, specifically the video based ones. For those that may be concerned, there’s swearing too, so don’t expect a professional presentation. Having said that, there are mixers among them that are very knowledgeable, so don’t forget to take notes.
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