18650 Batteries Explained

 Batteries Explained

When you first started vaping, you probably grabbed a cheap or disposable style of pen or tube vaporizer and weren’t concerned with the battery. When you start enjoying vaping and want to experience better e-liquids and e-juices, you’re going to start looking at bigger and better vaporizers.

Now, you’re looking at picking up the best vaporizer, the best e-liquids, and even the best batteries. Suddenly, how long your batteries last and how much power they’re putting out begin to count. Price doesn’t really come into it when you’re looking at which battery you should choose; all the good ones are a similar price.

When it comes to choosing a battery to power your device, the 18650 battery is the ultimate choice for most vapers. The main benefit of 18650 batteries is that if anything ever goes wrong with your battery, you can simply dispose of it and switch to a new one. Your device isn’t ruined as it would be with a built-in battery. You can choose from batteries with higher amperage, or switch to batteries with better mAh, meaning they’ll last longer.

When your 18650 battery dies, and won’t hold a charge any longer, throw it away and grab a fresh one and you’re ready to go! If you are on the move a lot, and always struggling to find places to charge your vaporizer, then just grab several batteries. You can buy a battery charger and charge several 18650 batteries at once, enough to last as many days as you require.

Remember, follow all safety regulations concerning your battery. Don’t use it if the external casing of the battery is damaged. Don’t expose it to excessive heat or cold. Only use your 18650 battery in the way it was designed to be used.

Batteries Explained