18650 Battery Cells

The battery is a quintessential part of your vape, despite the type of e-cigarette you have. Vape Batteries produce power that enables your coil to heat up and produce those white clouds we all love. Vape battery power is important. It is crucial to ensure you are choosing the right vape for you and the capability of your device type, Typically you'll need a 18650 rechargeable battery & 18650 battery charger. Explore our range below.

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What 18650 means?

The standard batteries used for vaping are called 18650 batteries. This can be broken into two key parts: 18 and 65. The 18 tells you the diameter of the battery in mm, and the 65 tells you the length of the battery, 65 mm.

Why my batteries do not charge?

We recommend that you avoid letting your batteries discharge drain completely. However, if this does happen then we advise recharging them as quickly as possible. When batteries are left fully discharged for extended periods of time their longevity and sometimes safety can be compromised.


Can I leave my 18650 plugged overnight?

Many vapers share the common misunderstanding that leaving your battery to charge for hours and hours will allow you to use your device for longer. In fact, overcharging in this manner can be detrimental to the performance and longevity of the battery, so in order to avoid this, you should only charge your device until the light on the charging unit indicates that full charge has been reached. When you notice this indication, your battery has reached its maximum voltage charge and does not require further charging.

What happens when I don't use my vape device for long periods of time?

If you do not use your e-cigarette device regularly, your 18650 batteries will quickly lose power from underuse in much the same way as any other electrical product. To avoid this, it is important to use your e-cigarette regularly in order to keep it functioning to the best of its ability even if it's only for a short period of time each day.