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OK Vape: Which Strength of Cartridge Do I Need?

Thursday, 27 August 2020

OK Vape E-Cigarette Refill Cartridges are available in a variety of nicotine strengths, ranging from Very High (20mg) to Nicotine Free (0mg). As OK Vape features the same cigalike design as Nicocig, you may be considering transitioning to OK Vape now that Nicocig has been discontinued by the manufacturer. We're here to help you find the best possible match for tobacco and menthol refills.

Which OK Vape Strengths Are Available?

There are five OK Vape nicotine strengths available across three flavours. They are as follows:

  • Very High (20mg) (Tobacco only)
  • High (18mg)
  • Medium (12mg)
  • Low (6mg)
  • Nicotine Free (0mg) (Menthol only)

As there are five strengths to choose from, you'll be able to find a strength that's right for you. It's also ideal if you're planning on gradually reducing your nicotine intake over time, as you can continue to use OK Vape e-cigs right down to zero nicotine.

OK Vape Cartridges
OK Vape cartridges are available from
20mg to 0mg

Which OK Vape Nicotine Do I Need?

If you've been enjoying using Nicocig cartomisers and are now looking for an OK Vape cartridge that will provide the closest possible vaping experience, then our conversion chart below can help you to find the right OK Vape strength for you. Please see below to find your preferred Nicocig strength, then view the links below that section for the corresponding OK Vape refills.

Nicocig to OK Vape Conversion Chart

Nicocig Tobacco High

The Nicocig Tobacco High refills have 16mg of nicotine, which is closest to the high strength of the OK Vape refills at 18mg. If you would like a refill with even stronger nicotine, OK Vape refills are also available in an Extra High Strength with 20mg of nicotine.

Nicocig Tobacco Medium

Nicocig Tobacco Medium refills have a nicotine strength of 11mg, which is the closest to the medium strength version of the OK Vape refills, which feature a nicotine strength of 12mg.

Nicocig Tobacco Low

Nicocig Tobacco Low refills have a nicotine strength of 6mg, which is the equivalent to the low strength version of the OK Vape refills.

Nicocig Menthol High

The Nicocig Menthol High refills have 16mg of nicotine, which is very close to the high strength of the OK Vape refills, which feature an 18mg strength.

Nicocig Menthol Medium

Nicocig Menthol Medium refills have a nicotine strength of 11mg, which is roughly equivalent to the medium strength version of the OK Vape refills, which feature a 12mg nicotine strength.

Nicocig Menthol Low

Nicocig Menthol Low Refills have a nicotine strenght of 6mg, which is the same as the low strength OK Vape Menthol refills

 

 

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Disclaimer

Please be aware that the products mentioned contain nicotine, which is a highly addictive substance. E-cigarettes are not intended as an aid to smoking cessation and are only intended as an alternative to other tobacco products.