Binary E-Liquid: Do or Do Not
At SoCal Vape Convention, I caught up with Vapor Hub president Jake Perlingos to learn about the Binary E-Liquid line. In addition to talking about the background of the line and describing three of its flavors, Perlingos also discussed the safety features behind these vaping e-liquids. Check out the interview above and keep reading for more details on Binary E-Liquid.
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Fun With Numbers
Unlike most of its competitors, Binary E-Liquid uses different VG/PG ratios for each flavor. This makes sense since different extracts react differently to both VG and PG. Additionally, the flavors are available in unusual nicotine strengths — 0, 2.5, 5, 7.5, and 10 milligrams of nicotine.
Perlingos described three Binary E-Liquid flavors in the clip above. Fans of cereal vapes will enjoy Byte, which melds the flavors of Captain Crunch and Fruit Loops. Vapers that dig candy vapes will be into Array, which is one of the more intricate Sour Patch candy e-liquids I’ve tried. The most interesting flavor I tried was POW. It’s a blend of pomegranate, watermelon, and marshmallow. The mix of fruit and marshmallow was tasty and interesting. Keep in mind that this is coming from someone that has been bored by most fruit vapes since late 2013.
Vapor Hub posts the lab results of all Binary E-Liquid flavors and offers liability insurance. These are practices that every e-liquid maker should aspire to. In addition to talking about the testing practices he uses, Perlingos discussed the difference between “diacetyl safe” and “diacetyl free.” He uses the former term, while many of his competitors erroneously use the latter.
After you’ve watched the video interview above, please leave a comment with your thoughts on Binary E-Liquid. Which flavor interests you the most? Are you impressed by the safety procedures Vapor Hub uses? Shout it out in the comments section!