How Much Nicotine Is In A Hyde Vape? (With Beginner Safe Tips)

How Much Nicotine Is In A Hyde Vape

The disposable Hyde vape pen has been getting increasingly popular in recent days for various reasons. First and foremost Is that this device doesn’t really need recharging as the Hyde vape pens are meant as disposables – once the pod is empty you can just throw it away in the appropriate manner and not bother refilling the e-liquid, recharging the battery, or any of that fuss.

The other major and also somewhat controversial selling point of Hyde’s disposable vapes, however, is their higher nicotine content compared to many other vapes. This is on purpose, of course, as this higher amount of nicotine is meant to simulate the feeling of tobacco smoking and help traditional cigarette smokers transition into vapers more easily.

How much nicotine is in a Hyde vape exactly, however, what else is in it, and is it safe? Is the risk of addiction or of health issues greater with a Hyde disposable vape than with other vaping products? Let’s find out below.

How much nicotine is in a Hyde vape?

The precise amount of nicotine in any vape always varies not just between the different types of vapes but from one individual vape to another. That’s because with quantities this small, 100% balance is nigh-impossible to achieve.

Still, the amount of nicotine in a Hyde vape you can expect to encounter is between 25 and 50 mg per 1.6 ml vapor juice – again, depending on the exact type of vape.

This is considerably higher than most standard e-cigarettes that tend to contain about 2% nicotine, i.e. 20 mg per 1 ml. In comparison, a Hyde vape tends to include 2% to 5%, with some types intentionally leaning toward the upper end of that spectrum.

Is 5% nicotine a lot?

5% or 50 mg of nicotine is generally considered to be quite a lot. In fact, the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) considered 50 to 60 mg of nicotine to be a lethal dose for an adult human weighing around 150 lbs. That’s to say it’s lethal if it is inhaled or ingested quickly or in one go, of course.

So, while a 5% nicotine vape is certainly something to be careful with – and never let your children come in contact with it – if you take your time with it, it isn’t something that should cause immediate concern. Still, if you have any health concerns, going for a lower nicotine dosage is advisable and you should always keep the potential long-term consequences of vaping in mind anyway.

How many huffs is a Hyde vape good for?

As with all disposable vapes, the number of huffs will vary depending on how long and strongly you inhale. If you’re used to short and light huffs, a Hyde Retro Recharge disposable should be enough for around 4,000 huffs! If you’re instead more accustomed to slower and heavier puffs, you can expect about 2,000 to 3,000 huffs, but rarely less than 2,000.

Of course, Hyde has different types of vape juice pens, each with its own specifications. A 5% Hyde disposable pen, for example, gives out about 400 puffs – potentially more with lighter inhaling.

Are Hyde vapes safe?

Hyde vapes are considered as safe as a strong cigarette would be. That’s to say – not really in the long run but safe enough for the here and now provided you don’t overdose, you’re not too young, you don’t have other health problems, and you’re not pregnant. As with any strong nicotine product, Hyde vapes can cause major reproductive harm and birth defects, so, pregnant people are strongly advised to take a break from being smokers for a while.


What other chemicals are in a Hyde vape?

What other chemicals are in a Hyde vape

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A Hyde disposable vape pen will include lots of things in its vapor fluid, not just nicotine. Everything else in it is harmless, however, and doesn’t present a danger to your health or require a warning label. Here’s what else you’ll be huffing with the nicotine if you’re using a Hyde vape:

  1. Vegetable glycerin – also known as glycerol, this is a clear liquid made out of coconut, soybean, or palm oils. It’s completely odorless and safe, it has the consistency of syrup, and it does have a slightly sweet taste.
  2. Natural and artificial flavors – each vape can have any of dozens of artificial flavors such as strawberry, cream, sour apple ice, blue razz ice, a peach mango watermelon combo, banana ice, Aloe grape, and others. Each vape flavor is different and each person’s taste buds react differently to flavors, so, don’t be surprised if you have to try a few flavors until you find what works for you – just as is the case with standard cigarettes.
  3. Propylene glycol – also colorless, odorless, and syrup-like, propylene glycol is a part of the same chemical group as alcohol. It has also become a bit controversial as of late as it’s a known component of antifreeze. It is considered a safe food additive, however, and is used in countless food products already.
  4. Others – different vape liquids include different miscellaneous ingredients, all of them listed on the product’s description. Aside from the nicotine, however, no other ingredient is considered hazardous for people’s health.

In conclusion

As with any vaping device, Hyde vapes do contain nicotine and aren’t exactly considered healthy. In fact, they have more of this addictive chemical than most other e-cigarettes on the market right now so caution is advised.

That being said, while 5% is a high nicotine dosage, it’s not considered immediately hazardous for an adult’s health as long as you take your time with it and don’t huff the entirety of the vape at once.


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