Batteries are one of the most important components of any vape setup.
It is thus important to treat them as such when you are shopping for vape batteries. Quality should be top priority, which is why you should insist on brand as well as where you are buying them from.
AquaVape stocks a wide selection of vape batteries from leading manufacturers like Innokin, Samsung and Eleaf.
We understand the safety of vape devices hinges a lot on this one component, that is why we are keen to partner with reputable brands that have a track record of delivering quality batteries.
We also know that a vaping experience is as good as, among others, the battery powering the device. The battery determines how gratifying a vape flavour is, how much vapour you can produce and how long you can vape between charges.
Every battery you buy from us is top class and intended to bring out the best in your vaping sessions.
Why it Matters
Knock-off or re-wrapped batteries have an adverse effect on the overall health of your device, in addition to being a health hazard for you.
At the very least, cheaply-built batteries are likely to be frustrating in that they tend to burn out at much faster rate than authentic products.
Avoid battery duds and stick to our offerings courtesy of the leading names we have partnered up with who are committed to building superior lithium-ion batteries that serve as the industry benchmarks.
Not Sure What to Look for?
We know, batteries are not the easiest vape product to shop for. But it doesn’t have to be an overly complicated affair either.
When choosing lithium-ion batteries for your vape device, there are a few key things you need to keep in mind.
Type of battery, for instance. When shopping for batteries, you are likely to come across three main types: 18650, 20700 and 21700.
These numbers denote the batteries diameter and length in millimetres, not to mention the battery shape.
- 18650 battery
This the very first generation and most common of lithium-ion batteries. Measuring 18mm in diameter and 65mm in length, these batteries have a capacity that falls between 1200mAh and 3000mAh.
This type of battery is ideal for use with high resistance coils, high nicotine levels and low power.
Most batteries you will need will be the 18650 type.
- 20700 battery
These are second-generation batteries that come with a 20mm diameter and 70mm length.
With an amp output of 30 to 40, they debuted in 2017 and boast a true 3000mAh capacity. This means you can vape longer and harder with them.
Newer devices are compatible with both the 20700 and 18650, and majority of lithium-ion chargers can fit both batteries.
- 21700 battery
These batteries measure 21mm x 70mm and boast high wattage capabilities. They made an entry into the scene in 2018 and offer greater capacity in the range of 3750-4000mAh.
Most users won’t need this battery (or even the 20700) as they are powerful enough to power a Tesla!
The type of battery aside, the continuous discharge rate is another key specification to consider when buying vape batteries. High drain batteries typically range from 20-30 Amps.
The maximum operating temperature should also be factored in. This indicates the maximum temperature at which you can operate a battery without damaging the cell.
And of course, as alluded to above, battery capacity. This is listed in mAh (milliamp hours). Usually, the larger the number, the more energy the battery packs.
Buy Vape Batteries in the UK
No one looks forward to dealing with the great sense of disappointment that ensues when you are just getting ready to enjoy a vape then encounter a dead battery.
The party gets worse when you remember you don’t have a backup on hand!
To avoid such moments, it is best practice to have an extra battery at all times.
Avoid such eventualities by grabbing quality spare batteries from your favourite online UK store.
We offer same-day deliveries so you don’t have to wait till Christmas.