A premium battery is integral to your vaping experience. Just like atomisers and e-liquid, you need a high-quality vape battery to suit your vaping style and device safety. Whether you are searching for extended battery life, high performance, or a combination of both, we have a range of premium batteries for all your needs. If you are new to vaping and unsure about which battery to choose, fret not because Vapor Depot is here to help.
While there is a varied range of lithium batteries available in the market, only a handful are designed to fuel your vaping gear. When it comes to vape batteries, the most common choices are IMR, ICR or Hybrid battery types. We recommend using a Hybrid or IMR battery. However, if your vape tool requires you to only use an ICR type battery, ensure adhering to the specific recommendation.
Vape batteries come in different sizes, such as 21700, 20700 and 18650, but most vape mods use 18650 batteries. Measured at 18mm by 65mm, this battery is a size categorisation of Li-Ion batteries. 18650 batteries are bigger as compared to the common AA cells and are used to power the majority of vape devices.
When shopping from Vapour Depot, discover a diverse collection of vape batteries and battery chargers. Our store comprises different sizes of cells from major and reliable brands to help you enjoy safe and effortless vaping. We are proud of our large collection and precisely cater to all your vaping needs.
Your vape battery’s charge, as well as the battery itself, is destined to wear out just like any other. So, you will gradually require replacing the cell completely. From the moment you purchase a battery till the time you replace it, you are highly likely to charge it numerous times. Whether you are using a micro USB port version like the Xtar MC1 Plus Battery Charger or a separate charger like the Nitecore I4, the batteries available at our store take only between 2 and 3 hours to get fully charged from 0 to 100%.
When you charge your vape batteries, you can continue vaping even with your device connected to the charger. If you choose an external battery charger, you can use it to simultaneously charge several cells, which allows you to keep backups for quick swapping.