Life On Vape – How To Make Your Batteries Last Longer

Life On Vape - How To Make Your Batteries Last Longer

Life On Vape is a great way to stop smoking. It has also been shown to help with anxiety and depression and improve lung function.

However, it can still cause some harm. For instance, the chemicals in some flavourings can cause a lung disease known as popcorn lung.

The chemicals in vapor can cause scarring of the lungs and can damage other organs too. They can also affect the developing brain.

How Long Will My Vape Battery Last?

Batteries, whether in vapes or other devices, have a finite lifespan and they all need replacing. However, they can last a very long time when properly maintained.

This means protecting your battery from cold weather and ensuring that it is switched off (and not just in standby mode) when it’s not in use. It also means charging it before the battery is completely drained. This is because Battery University states that a partial drain stresses batteries less than a full one.

You should also look for a proper battery disposal service in your area rather than just throwing old batteries into your rubbish bin as they can leach harmful chemicals that could pollute soil and water. Instead, many local councils have hazardous waste collection sites where you can deposit lithium-ion batteries. These will be treated and encased to prevent them from leaking and becoming a threat to the environment.

How Can I Make My Vape Battery Last Longer?

A battery that powers a coil rated at less than 1.0ohm will last most vapers all day. That said, as with mobile phones, they can run out of charge if used too frequently.

There are a few simple things that can be done to help your batteries and devices last longer. Firstly, always keep your device stored switched off and away from external heat, moisture and sunlight. Using the right charger is also important. Cheap ones may damage the battery output, reducing longevity.

Another tip is to charge your batteries before they are completely drained – it strains them to start up again from 0% every time, leading to a shorter lifecycle. Battery University recommends charging your batteries between 20-30%, allowing them to discharge and recharge in the most efficient manner possible.

Finally, make sure you recycle your batteries properly – never throw them in the bin as they will pollute landfill for years to come. Many local authorities now offer battery recycling at kerbside.

How Can I Make My Vape Battery Last Even Longer?

Batteries aren’t cheap, so a little care and maintenance goes a long way. Using the right battery, establishing proper charging habits, being aware of usage, regulating temperature and carrying out regular cleaning and storage are all things you can do to make your batteries last longer.

Another way to extend your battery life is to always make sure your device is off between uses. This is especially important for larger devices like MODs. It is also a good idea to carry around a couple of spare batteries so that you are never without a vape.

Lastly, don’t forget to recycle your batteries. You can usually drop them off at your local recycling centre and many supermarkets have battery recycling points too. Don’t just throw your old batteries away as they will pollute landfill for years to come. The good news is that you can reuse most types of batteries. It’s just a case of checking that they haven’t been damaged before you use them again.

What Can I Do to Make My Vape Battery Last Longer?

Whether it’s vaping, or any other battery powered device, there are a few things that can be done to help the battery last longer. First of all, it’s always good to carry a spare pair of batteries with you if possible. This splits the work of the batteries and should mean that they last twice as long.

Also, make sure to clean the batteries regularly; pocket lint and dirt can be detrimental to battery life. It’s also important to store the batteries correctly; leaving them in extreme temperatures can cause chemical changes that will reduce their lifespan.

Finally, it’s important to recognise when your battery is getting old and needs replacing. If it’s draining faster than normal and nothing has changed with the way you use your vaporizer then it’s probably time to replace the battery. And remember to recycle the old batteries properly; never throw them away in the rubbish bin where they will contaminate landfill for years to come.