Newcomers to the vaping market, One Pound Vaping Co, sell a complete range of e-liquids and concentrates which are (unsurprisingly) available for the low price of £1 per 10ml bottle. This is amazingly inexpensive for a bottle of e-liquid, so we wondered about the quality. To put it simply, are their e-liquids any good? They might be cheap, but if they’re not tasty then they’re not going to sell very well. We decided to put a random selection of their e-liquids to the test and share our experience with you. If you want to know more about One Pound Vaping Co e-liquids and what we thought of them, read on.
About the E-liquid.
The One Pound Vaping Co website carries a wide variety of eliquids, with a range of flavours in dessert, fruit, confectionery, menthol and tobacco. They stock both regular (60VG/40PG) and high VG (80VG/20PG) options and they’re made in the UK.
Their website looks awesome and the company has gone to a lot of trouble to make the layout and graphics easy to navigate as well as looking good. We ordered Rainbow Sherbet High VG, Black Ice and Strawberries and Cream. Flat rate postage of £1 becomes free for all orders over £10. Again, this seems too good to be true so we were quite excited when the juices arrived for us to review.
We expected their bottles to be a bit cheap and nasty considering their low cost, but when they arrived we were really impressed. They look classy, like bottles of “premium” e-liquids. The very attractive and beautifully designed labels carry all of the statutory warnings and information. So far, so good- but what did they vape like?
Strawberries and Cream.
We tested Strawberries and Cream as an 18mg juice in a MTL Nautilus 2 tank fitted with a 2.1 ohm coil firing at 18 watts. The liquid had a nice yellow colour and smelt very fragrant with a sweet aroma. I can taste the strawberry, which is a lovely candy strawberry flavour. There is a light creaminess on the exhale which I would have preferred to be a bit more prominent, but overall this is a very nice e-liquid.
Black Ice is described as “a crisp and cool blend of bright blackcurrants, sweet eucalyptus and menthol” and we tested an 18mg juice in a MTL Nautilus 2 tank fitted with a 2.1 ohm coil firing at 18 watts. The menthol/eucalyptus flavours are certainly prominent, not too strong but enough to freshen your airways. The blackcurrant tasted a little bit light to me and I would have preferred it to have had a little bit more of a fruity bite, but for just £1 I can’t really complain. This is a nice liquid, which I could happily vape all day.
Rainbow Sherbet High VG.
Rainbow Sherbet was the last test and we found it was reassuringly thick and gloopy as we filled the tank. The nicotine strength of this flavour was 6mg- perfect for a max VG E-liquid. We vaped it on a 0.6 ohm coil, firing at a range of wattages and we were certainly impressed. The clouds were massive, the flavour was excellent, and it was much, much better than we thought it was going to be. You could really taste the mix of fruity flavours and it included a nice cool sherbet kick in the background. Not so much to be overpowering, but just enough to make the fruity flavours really stand out- it tasted just like a sherbet dip-dab!
They might come with a budget price tag, but these do not taste like cheap e-liquids. The Rainbow Sherbet was especially good and in all honesty, for £1 per bottle, a high VG e-liquid this good is truly astonishing. As far as we are concerned, the One Pound Vaping Company have just got themselves a few more customers! We do recommend this company, and we would certainly suggest that you pay them a visit next time you’re in the market for some new e-liquids.