Back in the day, vape batteries consisted merely of a small 18650 within a disposable e cigarette. Once these ran out of juice, you had to throw the whole vape device away. Vaping has come along way since the days of the primitive cigalike, and so have the batteries that come with them. Nowadays, you can find a whole world of batteries to fit your device, each coming with a variety of perks and tech specs. The sheer abundance of batteries can make it difficult for you to choose which is right for your device, which is why Restricted Liquid make sure you know what goes into each one, and which devices they are most suited for.
Picking the right battery can make the difference between an all day vape and a half hour damp squib. All the batteries available at Restricted Liquid have been tried and tested, ensuring that they are long lasting and reliable. If you’re looking for the most efficient battery for your device, the most useful information you’ll find on the battery pack is what its mAh rating is. The mAh rating stands for milli-amp-hours, and gives you a good idea of how long the battery will last between recharges. If you’re going to be travelling for longer periods of time, it’s wise to invest in a battery with more milli-amp-hours.
The most common vape battery is the 18650 battery, which is small enough to fit in most vape devices but powerful enough to charge even the most demanding circuit. These batteries are often removable, replaceable and rechargeable and measure 18 by 65 millimetres. The 18650 battery is sturdy, and depending on its mAh rating is compatible with vape pens, cigalikes, regulated and unregulated mods alike. Most of these batteries are charged with ionised lithium, but there are a range of other chemicals used to charge the battery.
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