About Batteries & Chargers
The only thing worse than running out of your favourite e-liquid is running out of charge in your batteries, while you still have e-liquid left in the tank!
Many vape devices use rechargeable, external batteries which tend to be charged externally. The 18650 battery is the most common battery type for vape kits and powers devices such as the VooPoo Vinci X, GeekVape Aegis Solo Mod, Smok RPM80 Pro, Smok Fetch Pro and Aspire Glint Box Mod whilst devices like the Smok R-Kiss, Smok Morph, GeekVape Aegis X Zeus, VooPoo Argus GT and VooPoo Drag 2 all require dual 18650 batteries.
Devices with external batteries require external chargers like the Nitecore i2 Charger to ensure your device has enough capacity to power your daily vape.
Whether external or internal, vape batteries are usually Lithium-Ion and are rechargeable, portable and provide the right power your kit needs to turn your favourite e-liquid flavours into vapour.
Are devices with built-in batteries more convenient to use.
As devices with built-in batteries are recharged via USB, many vapers prefer devices with built-in batteries due to the convenience and ease of use. However, built-in batteries are still consumables that eventually need replacing. Due to the built-in element, once the battery is completely depleted, the entire device will need replacing which will likely cost more money than simply replacing external batteries.
As external batteries are small and versatile, spare batteries can be carried around with you during the day so that you never have to worry about plugging your device in to recharge. Batteries can be carried around in cases like the Sony battery case for added safety when on the go.
Are vape batteries safe?
As long as they are used, charged and stored correctly, vape devices are as safe as any other type of battery. Checking battery health is vital, not just to achieve the best quality vape but also for safety.