Owners of Space Jam give this simple pledge: to make the best juice possible available to vapers. Their goal sounds so simple, yet it is tough to do. There are plenty of e liquid companies in the U.S. making their own, high quality juice, such as Vapor Zone and Halo Cigs.
Deciding what is “best” is far too personal anyway. All Space Jam can do is concoct mixtures they like using the highest-quality ingredients available. After that, it’s up to consumers to decide what they like most.
This Space Jam e Juice Review cannot go too far because there are only a handful of flavors from their Robo Fuel line. Vapers understand: they are taking their time; doing their best.
Those flavors are getting great reviews so there is no need for Space Jam to rush. Flavors all bear celestial names like Pluto, Andromeda, and Astro. Pluto is flavored like melon bubblegum. Eclipse is their first tobacco flavor, a semi-sweet blend suggestive of salted caramel.
The Astro will give vapers notes of apples, strawberries, and peaches, whereas Starship is a vanilla custard plus kiwi. That’s a new, tangy twist.
Andromeda is a hit. It features blueberries and pomegranate. I sense a fruity trend at Space Jam, but that’s “jam” after all.
One complaint mentioned by customers is the bottle size: they keep finding Space Jam juice in only 30mls at a time for $30 or so. If they were to shop online, 15ml bottles are available for much less ($12 was the best price I found).
Buying Robo Fuel from Space Jam
Here is the tough part: buying your juice. Okay, it isn’t so tough, but there is no Space Jam online shop. It is sold online, and widely. Lots of quality vendors carry this among their high end e liquids.
You just can’t go to their website and buy directly from Space Jam, though they are based in Orange County, California. The good news is that there are loads of vape shops in the state. Look up the product to find the hit closest to where you hang out, live, or work.