You’re at the whim of your battery life when you’re vaping outside the house. If your battery dies, you’re left with nothing to vape and a craving for nicotine, boosting the temptation to buy a pack of cigarettes or, at the absolute least, prompting you to have a spare device with you at all times. But how can you make your vape mod’s battery last longer so you can vape all day? We’ve already discussed a few tips, but there are plenty more ways to get the most out of your vape battery before it needs to be recharged. Here are seven additional points to think about.
What is a vape battery?
A vape pen battery refers to the component of the device that houses the device’s fixed internal battery. Smaller vape devices, such as the Halo Cigalike battery or pen-style batteries, are frequently referred to as “pen-style batteries.”
A mod is a term used to describe the part of a bigger gadget that holds the battery. This sets it apart from the changeable batteries found in most mods and pod mods.
Types of vape batteries
New vapers were used to test automatic batteries as their first e-cigarette. Although most cigarette-style vaping batteries operate automatically, having 510-thread cartridges, manual choices typically provide higher performance. However, what exactly do these terms imply?
A sensor detects the surge of air and activates the battery on a cigar like with an automated battery as you inhale. A manual battery, on the other hand, is activated by pressing the button on the side. This may appear inconvenient at first, but you’ll quickly grow used to it and gain more control over your draw.
Some devices nowadays include both automatic and manual controls. If you’re new to vaping, this is a terrific way to figure out which one is the best fit for you.
Batteries for automatic vaping
- Simple to Understand and Apply
- Charges in a shorter amount of time than most other devices.
- Puffing and breathing the vapors may take longer than expected.
Batteries for manual vaping
- Generally, they have more power, emit more vapor, and have a better ‘throat hit.’
- More control and, in most cases, a longer cut-off period is available.
- Because they are larger, they usually last longer than automated batteries.
- By pressing the button five times, it is normally switched on or off.
Tips to make your E-cigarette Battery last longer
1. Choose the right battery
This may seem self-evident, but if you vape frequently outside the house, the best thing you can do is invest in a high-capacity battery. Many vape pen batteries have excellent lifespans, but you’ll have the most possibilities if you go with a mod. For the optimum battery life, choose a device or a battery, in the case of modifications that require separate batteries – with a capacity of at least 2,000 mAh, preferably 3,000 mAh or more. Your battery will perform better if its mAh rating is higher. You may easily update to higher-capacity batteries if you have a device that requires batteries purchased separately.
2. Regular use of the vape batteries
The purpose of batteries is for them to be used. When they’re sitting in a drawer or on a shelf collecting dust, their performance will suffer.
This is because many of the components used in your vape battery’s internal cells are degrading even when they aren’t being used. Contrary to popular belief, not using your battery causes it to degrade faster than using it.
Batteries in modern technology, like phones, are termed ‘intelligent’ batteries, and when utilized correctly and for the purpose for which they were developed and built, they provide exceptional performance.
3. Look after the temperature
Vape batteries can withstand extremes of temperature, but you shouldn’t push them. Higher temperatures will put a strain on your batteries, causing them to age more quickly (or even vent), while lower temperatures will reduce battery capacity. Make sure they’re stored in a cool, dark spot away from direct sunlight, and never in places like your car’s glove compartment, where temperatures could exceed their recommended operating range. If you live in a location where the weather is usually extreme, consider carrying your vape device and batteries in a small insulated lunch cooler—but remember to keep your batteries in their own battery box.
4. Use the appropriate amount of e-juice
Most vapers these days utilize high wattages and lower strength e-liquids – commonly 3 or 6 mg/ml – to achieve a satisfying level of nicotine without going overboard. If battery life is a primary consideration, however, this approach is inefficient. To satisfy your nicotine cravings, you’ll need to vape more frequently and at a higher power setting. If you’ve previously reduced your power setting and are using a higher-strength e-juice, you’ll enjoy a pleasing vape. It doesn’t take much to see a difference – even up to 12 mg/ml will make a major difference and reduce the amount of work your battery has to do each time you need nicotine.
5. Clean your vape battery at regular intervals
Dust from your pocket, fluff from your bag, food, and drink remain, particles of grease and garbage – you know what I’m talking about.
The connection between a battery or the 510 thread cartridge and the vaporizer weakens when it becomes unclean. As a result, the battery has to work harder to do what you want it to do, resulting in a poor discharge.
If you keep it clean, you’ll notice that it lasts longer and charges more efficiently.
6. Don’t over drain your batteries
If at all possible, avoid totally draining your batteries because lithium-ion batteries lose capacity as they decline. The majority of mods include a battery level indicator. Taking your batteries out to charge before they’re entirely depleted will extend their life, or the number of cycles you can get out of them.
7. Keep the wraps safe
Make sure your battery wrappers are in good condition at all times. Re-wrapping the battery wrap if you discover a nick is the safest thing to do. Battery covers are inexpensive and simple to apply. Visit a nearby vape store if you don’t have any wraps. The majority of stores will wrap your batteries for free, and it will just take a few minutes.
Vaping may be done at any time of year, but to get the most out of your battery, shield it from the cold, keep it charged, and keep it clean.