Vape batteries might not be the first thing you think of when you begin modding a kit, but they can also make all the difference.

We all remember the days of the disposable e cig. These primitive devices gave users the opportunity to vape with very little hassle and with a device they didn’t have to tend to too much. These devices usually ran on internal batteries which would, like any piece of technology, eventually degrade. As vaping became more and more complex, the batteries had to evolve with the technology, especially when modding became more of a phenomenon in the vaping world. Vape batteries have therefore grown into a whole subsection of the hobby, and you can find a wide range of different types. Below is everything you need to know about the vape battery, and a few examples of the kinds you can find in our Bromley vape shop.

What’s in a battery?

So why worry about a battery? When it comes down to it, new generation vaping devices are all about “modding”. Modding is the process of kitting out your vape device with new components such as coils, atomisers and of course, batteries, so as to personalise your device. This is because there are now many styles of vaping and you need to find the kit and the functions to accommodate for them. Batteries also play into this, and finding the right ones to accommodate for your device is a must if you’re looking to customise your vaping experience.

The 18650 battery

The 18650 battery is the standard battery you’ll find for vape devices. Measuring 18 by 65 mm, the 18650 battery is a removable, replaceable and often rechargeable battery that you’ll find being used in most vape devices. These are often lithium ionised, but also come in a range of other chemical compositions. Most vape batteries are rechargeable, either through a USB cable or through a battery charger pack.

What are milli-amp-hours?

Many vae devices will have the sign mAh on them. This grammatically incorrect acronym stands for milli-amp-hours, which measures the amount of time your battery will last between charges. If you are going to be travelling with your vape device for long periods of time, then it might be a good idea to invest in batteries with higher mAh specs, so as to ensure that you won’t run out of battery.

Best batteries on the market today

So, now you know a little more about vape batteries and their properties, what are the ones you should look out for when shopping at No.1 Ejuice?

Original Sony VTC5A 18650 battery 25A 2500mah

These sturdy 18650 batteries come in a strong green colour and are brilliant if you’re looking for a great amp current of 1.5 Amps. Whilst they have a flat top and they’re not protected, these Japanese batteries are perfectly wired for a great vape. Whatever your needs, your vape will be charged to the nines with this great Sony VTC5A battery.

Original Samsung 25r 18650 High Drain Battery

This great vape battery is one of the go tos in the vape industry for rechargeable 18650’s. With a 2500 mAh capacity and a lithium ion composition, these batteries are known for putting safety first, whilst nos crimping on power.

Original LG HG2 18650 3000mAh 20A Battery

For greta power and a fast recharge time, the LG HG2 is the perfect 18650 battery to keep your vape going. Whether you’re looking for a great burst of power for your device or long lasting durability, this safe lithium ion battery has the 20 amp continuous discharge to go with it.

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