Video Transcript: High VG vs Low VG by Jaclyn Ray
Hello, and welcome to SCSA. I'm Autumn. We have Jay, and Gilly.
We're gonna talk to you a little bit today about the differences in PG and VG. High VG, low VG; stuff that's universal, in the middle. There's high VG juices, which are used in drippers, sub-Ohm tanks, and re-buildable RTAs. And then, there's the universal juice, which is in the middle. It's a 60/40 blend and you can use it either in a sub-Ohm tan, or you can use it in something like a Nautilus T3S or Evod. Then we've got our house blends. As an example, those are a 50/50 juice. Those are exclusively used in things like a Nautilus, an Evod, a T3S, or something similar to that. The difference being the PG/VG mix. The lower you get in VG, the thinner, more watery the juice will be. The higher you get on that scale, high VG, things like 70/30, 80/20, 90/10. Those numbers indicate a higher VG level. Those are thicker, syrupy; they take a little longer to go through, as far as filling up your tank. But, that's the difference between the three. Thanks for your time. Have a great day.