Many starter vape kits employ built-in batteries, often called ‘internal’ batteries. These are a fixed part of the device and offer the convenience of being charged through the kit via a USB port without needing to be removed and charged separately.
More advanced vape kits, however, use ‘external’ batteries that deliver more power. These are especially common for ‘sub-ohm’ devices, which are vape kits designed for low-resistance coils, high-VG e-liquids, and high wattage outputs.
Such kits may use one or two external batteries to provide the power needed. These can be charged using an external battery charger, or just as common, within the device itself via a USB port.
Battery Tips and Safety
Only use within manufacturers specification.
Lithium-Ion cells should be charged on a dedicated charger rated specifically for Lithium-Ion cells. Most batteries intended for vaping are Lithium Ion-based.
Never leave a battery unattended whilst charging and don’t leave charging overnight. While batteries are far safer than cigarettes in the home, overheating from charging can occur so vigilance is always recommended.
Keep away from animals and children.
It’s recommended that you don’t let your batteries lose their charge fully before recharging. This will help prolong their life.
Wraps and insulators should be periodically inspected for tears or damage. If a battery has a damaged wrap, it should be repaired or disposed of immediately.
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