Northland presents... Nic salt week! - Northland Vapor Company

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Northland presents... Nic salt week!

June 11, 2018

Northland presents... Nic salt week!

Starting off your week right with a very nice deal on our very own line of nic salts! They are all available for $14.99 for the entire week!  That's right, the whole week it's discounted.  This deal might also stack with some other zesty coupons so be sure to check your social medias for the various discount codes! 

You might recall a while back we did a quick rundown of "what's the deal with nic salts, a sweet explanation" and if not, check it out at that link right there.  Anyway, we wanted to take this entire week and do a little bit more of a deep dive on what's up with nic salts and why you might find them to be just to your liking. 

The most important thing you need to know is that the devices used for nic salts and conventional eliquid are quite different.  Nic salt devices are low wattage, and traditional mods are HIGH powered. 

Compared to the usual 3 or 6 mg in regular e-juicesNorthland Nic salts use high nicotine strengths and come in 35mg and 50 mg nicotine levels. Low wattage devices are perfect for nicotine salt because you don’t need to consume as much vapor to get the same amount of nicotine in a high powered device.

Nicotine salts are not recommended for sub-ohm high-powered devices! This is because of the higher nicotine levels in nic salts!

Avoid using nicotine salts in high-powered devices or sub-ohms to prevent excessive nicotine consumption!

There are two kinds of low wattage devices, open and closed systems.

Open System: Manually refillable cartridges by buying nicotine salt e-liquids in various nicotine strengths and bottle sizes.

Closed System: Refill nicotine salt e-juices by buying cartridges/pods that usually come in packs and can have various nicotine levels. 

We recommend the open system, as non-refillable cartridges are wasteful and cause excessive plastics to enter the ecosystem, which nobody wants.  

 Here's a silly video for funsies. 


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