Nasty Fix Disposable Review

Nasty Fix Disposable Review | A Disposable Vape With Some Serious Flavor

Adam WinterDisposable Vapes 6 Comments

I’m finally reviewing the Nasty Fix disposable by Nasty Juice – it’s been on my radar ever since it was released earlier this year, for one specific reason…

Over the last year I’ve been on a quest to find the best disposable vape I can get my hands on. Throat hit, vapor production and cost were all factors – but what I’m really after is flavor!

There are a couple of major players in the disposable game if flavor is your thing – the MOTI and Dinner Lady range for example!

BUT the Nasty Fix disposable is made by Nasty Juice – a Malaysian based company that specialise in e-juice. I’ve tried a couple of flavors from Nasty Juice in the past and absolutely loved them, so I had high hopes for the Nasty Fix disposable!

In a nutshell, the Nasty Fix is a draw activated, MTL disposable with 1.3ml of 20mg nicotine salt e-juice. The Nasty Fix has a 280mAh internal battery – good for around 300 puffs.

Obviously, the Nasty Fix is a disposable vape, which means you puff until you run out of battery or e-juice and then just throw it away and open a new one.

It’s lightweight, comfortable to hold and extremely easy to use – perfect for beginners or those looking to quit smoking.

So let’s dive into the full Nasty Fix review…

Quick Note: I only review and/or recommend products I’ve tried and tested. If this post contains an affiliate link I may receive a small commission on any purchase made at no extra cost to you.

Nasty Fix Disposable Review


Features & Specification

  • Draw-activated (approx. 300 puffs)
  • Internal 280mAh battery
  • 1.3ml of 2% nic salt e-juice
  • LED indicator
  • Size (mm) – 93 x 16 x 6
  • 8 flavors available
  • Shelf life – 36 months

What’s in the box?

The packaging is really simple – just a cardboard ‘box’ or sleeve and plastic wrapping protecting the disposable. Just tear open the wrapping and remove the device.

On either end of the disposable are soft silicone caps that need to be removed before you can use it – once you’ve removed the caps you’re good to go!

Nasty Fix | Design & Appearance

First things first, the Nasty Fix packaging is colorful and eye catching. All the relevant info you need to know is visible on the box – flavor, e-juice capacity, approximate puffs and nicotine strength. You’ll also find the ingredients, expiry date and PG/VG ratio (60/40).

The actual disposable itself is really well built and designed – it’s compact and lightweight, yet still feels pretty solid. I was also surprised by how comfortable the Nasty Fix is to hold – the plastic coating has a smooth matte finish and the edges are slightly rounded. It’s a minor thing I know, but the Nasty Fix feels great to hold! So far so good…

On one side of the disposable the flavor is printed, and on the other is the word ‘Nasty’ in big, bold font. In terms of design, I don’t usually expect anything fancy from a disposable, but Nasty Juice have definitely gone the extra mile. The Nasty Fix is sleek and aesthetically pleasing – a disposable I’d be more than happy to vape in public!

There’s no mouthpiece as such, just a small plastic tip that sits flush with the top of the disposable. Both ends are similar in appearance, but there’s a small arrow indicating which end of the device you’re supposed to draw on.

At the base of the Nasty Fix is the airflow and LED indicator that lights up when you take a draw. The LED also flashes when the battery runs out, so you know when it’s time to throw it away. It’s a nice feature and pretty standard on most disposables on the market.

Overall, it’s a really impressive design – the Nasty Fix looks great, it’s really comfortable to hold and easily small enough to fit in a pocket.

Nasty Fix | Performance

In terms of performance, I was actually quite surprised… I did have a couple of minor issues, which I’ll talk about in a minute, but overall it’s a really impressive little disposable.

The airflow is a pretty tight MTL draw, perfect if you’re looking for a cigarette replacement. Throat hit and vapor production are also spot on – in fact, the Nasty Fix kicks out a lot more vapor than I was expecting!

As for the flavor, it was exactly what I’d been expecting from Nasty Juice – crisp and full bodied, with complex flavor notes. I’ve yet to find a disposable with flavor as excellent as the MOTI Piin Plusbut of the disposables I’ve tried, the Nasty Fix is definitely up there!

So what are the issues I mentioned?… First of all, the battery life and e-juice capacity could be better. At 1.3ml of e-juice, with a battery capacity of 280mAh, you only get around 300 puffs. I tend to chain vape, and each disposable only lasts me around 5 – 6 hours, which is a little disappointing.

The only other issue I experienced was a drop off in flavor for around an hour before the battery ran out. I had zero issues with dry hits, but the flavor was definitely not as pronounced toward the end of the disposable life span.

Overall though, the Nasty Fix really impressed me. Vapor, throat hit and flavor are all spot on!

Nasty Fix | Flavor Range

The Nasty Fix disposable is available in 8 different flavor options…

  1. Double Apple
    This flavor is a perfect, crisp apple with a subtle aftertaste. I don’t usually like apple flavor e-juice, especially if they’re too strong! BUT the double apple Nasty Fix is spot on!
  2. Watermelon Ice
    I love watermelon and this was easily my favorite Nasty Fix flavor! The watermelon is spot on and the icy kick is just right! I’ve been through half a dozen of these already!
  3. Blackcurrant Cotton Candy
    I can understand how some of you will love this flavor but personally it’s not for me… It’s a little too ‘candy’ or sweet for me.
  4. Pure Tobacco
    I didn’t try the tobacco flavor Nasty Fix – tobacco flavor e-juice isn’t really my cup of tea.
  5. Vanilla Tobacco
    Same as above
  6. Cushman Mango
    This flavor is amazing but I’m not getting much mango… I can only think to describe it as a sweet, tropical fruity flavor. Regardless, it’s a great flavor and I’d happily vape it all day.
  7. Asap Grape
    I can’t say much about the grape flavor as I didn’t try it.
  8. Pineapple Lemonade
    Again, I haven’t tried this flavor.

Overall, the flavor range is great and there are definitely a few I’ll be buying again! Please leave me a comment with your thoughts if you’ve tried any of the above flavors.

Nasty Fix | Price

I’m based in the UK and I picked up a handful of Nasty Fix disposables for £4.99 each. This seems to be a pretty standard price for disposables in the UK at the time of writing. If you’re buying outside of the UK, the Nasty Fix disposable is around $6.

Not a bad price considering the quality of flavor and vapor. Personally I don’t rely on any disposable as my sole vape device, primarily because I chain vape and the cost quickly racks up! But as a safer (and cost effective!) alternative to smoking, the Nasty Fix is a disposable I would definitely buy again!

Nasty Fix | Verdict


  • Sleek & Attractive
  • Compact & lightweight
  • Comfortable to hold
  • Easy to use
  • Great flavor and vapor
  • Great throat hit


  • Battery & e-juice capacity
  • Only lasts 300 puffs

Overall I’m impressed with the Nasty Fix disposable. The flavor, vapor and throat hit are all spot on and the flavor range is varied enough to suit most vapers. Although it would have been nice to see a few dessert type flavors in the range!

I am a little disappointed at how quickly they run out though. With a battery capacity of only 280mAh and e-juice capacity of 1.3ml, a heavy vaper is only going to get a maximum of 5 – 6 hours of vaping before it runs out of steam.

This wouldn’t be an issue if they were cheaper (or if I vaped less often!) but if I used the Nasty Fix as my only vape device, I’d be getting through at least two a day…

With that said, if you’re not constantly puffing on your vape like me, and you want really decent flavor and vapor without the hassle of using a larger (or more complicated) device, I highly recommend the Nasty Fix disposable!

Comments 6

    1. Hi Geraldine, thanks for your comment. You mentioned ‘my last 1000’ puffs, however the Nasty Fix Disposable only provides around 300 puffs in total before you run out of e-juice and it needs to be thrown away. It sounds like you’ve been vaping well past that point and this would certainly explain the burnt taste you described. If you’re hoping to get 1000 puffs or more from your disposable, I would suggest a larger device such as the DJPUFF Flask 4999 or the iJoy Punk. Both will last far longer than the Nasty Fix Disposable and I highly recommend them! Hope that helps

        1. Hi Geraldine, I’m afraid I haven’t tried the larger Nasty Fix disposable and so can’t comment on the performance or lifespan. However, if it’s marketed as a 5,000 puff capacity disposable and you experienced a harsh burnt taste after 4,000 puffs I would contact the vendor you purchased it from. Alternatively, we’ve also reviewed the MOTI Box R7000 and Yumi EPICmod disposables recently – both fantastic disposables and we highly recommend them! Hope that helps

  1. The flavours and adjustable flow I must say I’m impressed. Till it only last like a day, very expensive jst for a day

    1. Hi Aaron,

      For a disposable the Nasty Fix is pretty good in terms of flavour but unfortunately it’s a disposable! It will only last half a day or a day at best then it’s thrown away.

      Fine if your trying to quit smoking and want to try vaping out, but if you continue with disposables it’s going to work out expensive.

      There are lots of inexpensive rechargeable and refillable pods which are really good, a lot cheaper on the pocket and a lot kinder on the environment.

      I would suggest you switch to one of the many pods that are available.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.