FAQ

  • What is ejuice?
  • Ejuice is comprised of PG(Propalyne Glycol), VG(Vegetable Glycerin), flavor concentrates. Ejuice is also available in various nicotine levels. Our Ejuice is available in 0mg, 6mg, 12mg, 18mg, 24mg
  • How do I buy online?
  • Click the "SHOP HERE" tab in the menu or visit VapeVineOnline.com
  • Where are you located?
  • Our Millersville location is 8268 Veterans Hwy, Suite 7. Millersville, MD 21108 410-987-1144
  • Our Annapolis location is 167 Jennifer Rd Suite U. Annapolis, MD 21401 call at 410-571-VINE
  • How does the cost of vaping compare to cigarettes?
  • After initial start up costs, people usually find that they spend an average of $20 a week on vape supplies. When you compare that to the cost of cigarettes a week, the difference is substantial.
  • Does nicotine cause cancer?
  • No. Nicotine is the addictive active ingredient found in cigarettes, therefore is used in e-liquids. Studies have shown that about 50 of the (over) 4,000 combusted chemicals in traditional cigarettes may cause cancer.
  • I smoke about a pack of cigarettes a day, what level of nicotine should I start out with?
  • Although there is no set guidelines, most people usually find that starting out at 12mg or 18mg E-liquid is right for them. All of our in store samples contain 12mg of nicotine, we generally recommend that the customer gauges there preference by our samples to determine whether or not more or less nicotine is needed to meet their preference.
  • What's the difference between 1.8, 2.2., 2.5 ohm coil?
  • Do we have to obey Ohms Law? Yes. Or Ohm will get angry... To state it simply, the higher the coil's resistance, the more voltage necessary to heat the coil. The lower the resistance, the easier it is to get the coil hot. If 2 devices are both running at 3.7 volts(standard ego battery voltage) but one has a coil of 1.8 and one has a coil of 2.2, the 1.8 coil will get hotter, quicker than a 2.2 coil. The 1.8 coil will produce more vapor, more throat hit than a 2.2 coil at the same voltage.
  • Whats the difference between a regular battery and a variable voltage battery?
  • Batteries - Batteries generally fall into one of the following categories: non-variable & variable voltage.
  • Non-Variable Voltage Batteries - Ego-t etc.: The voltage output of this style battery is not adjustable. The advantage to these batteries is their compact size, quick charging and small price. These batteries are the best choice for beginning vapors as they are affordable, small, charge quickly and are a cost effective entry into the world of vaping.
  • Variable Voltage Batteries - Vision Spinner etc.: The advantage to a variable voltage battery is the consistency of voltage output, the ability to adjust voltage for taste and also the ability to adjust voltage per various coil resistances. A variable voltage battery can be set at a desired voltage and will deliver consistent output for the charge life of the battery. A variable voltage battery's can be adjusted up or down to effect the taste. Having the ability to adjust the output of a battery also gives the user the ability to make adjustments for the resistance level of the coil being used.
  • How do I know when to change my coil?
  • Coil life depends on a variety of factors: how much use it receives, the way the end user vapes, the type of devices and settings of devices. When a coil begins to fail it can produce the following signs: a flavor loss, weak vapor production, a burnt taste and/or leaking.