Mt Baker Vapor’s “Say My Name” Video- Spring Sale

We like to have a little fun here at Mt Baker Vapor.

We’ve prepared a smiling homage to Breaking Bad with our Say My Name video. Keep in mind, we haven’t performed any of Walter White’s atrocities. Nonetheless, we are on the top of the vape game. We’ve made a desert empire here in Mesa, Arizona.

As you may know, we have a Spring Sale coming up on March 21st! What better time to build your own e-juice empire? Buy copious amounts of our Heisenberg-quality e-juice on March 21st, and you won’t even need to bury it in the desert in 8-gallon barrels!

Without further ado, here is our Say My Name video!

Tim Mechling

Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

  • Teri Pietila says:

    Sounds like a great time to stock up on my favorites! I have a question regarding my present and future “stock” of many of your amazing flavored. Is the Ejuice always good to go after steeping or do they have a “best if used by” date? I like to keep a lot on hand, but I certainly do not want any of it to go bad. Thanks!

    • Andrew Figgs says:

      e-Juices can have a pretty long lifespan. If you store them in air-tight bottles that are not opened day-in day-out, you can expect your e-juice to last anywhere from 12 to 24 months.
      However, there are other factors in play like the purity of the nicotine used, the quality of the flavoring and the manufacturing process. It’s hard to determine the exact lifespan, but 12-to-24 months is a good ballpark figure.
      Here are some good ways for storing your e-juice:
      Store them in a cool, dry place. Keep them away from children and pets. You don’t want accidents! Many vapers have noticed that light seems to speed-up the deterioration of e-juices so place them somewhere dark – away from sunlight.

  • Pauline Gendreau says:

    Love this video!! Lol

  • Teri Pietila says:

    Thanks, Andrew! That’s exactly what I needed to know. I keep a spreadsheet on all my juice and equipment so with a 12 month time frame, I should have no problems. ?

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