Vape mods are more than your basic pen or pod. They have adjustable settings, modes and often a larger battery to power your settings and vape for longer.
The battery might be an external 18650 or 21700, or it could be built in. While external batteries offer the ability to swap it out when it is flat, built in batteries certainly have their place for convenience and ease of use.
In this blog, we are going to take you through some of the best internal battery vape mods. Know what you want your vape for? Use the quick links below.
The iStick Power 2 by Eleaf is a pocket rocket. It has a huge 5000 mAh battery and can reach up to 80 W.
The 510 connection means you can use a MTL or DL tank. If you want the clouds then you should pair this mod with a sub ohm tank and keep it firing above 40 W.
You’ll love the smooth edges and soft feel of this mod. It really is a treat to use.
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The GTX One by Vaporesso is available as a mod or a kit. We think it makes the cut for the best internal battery vape mod for MTL because it has a built in 2000mAh battery. This battery is capable of firing up to 40 W.
You can pair the GTX One with a tank that has a 510 connection. The tank you get with it as a kit is the TPD GTX 18 tank. This has adjustable airflow and MTL friendly 1.2 ohm coils.
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The Zelos 3 by aspire boasts up to 80 W, powered by a 3200 mAh internal battery. The mod also has various modes to help you find the sweet spot for your liquid. Modes include temperature control, variable wattage, variable voltage, bypass, TCR and CPS.
Charge the battery by the type C port, which is notorious for speedy charging. You can use the Zelos 3 with either a MTL or DL tank. Thanks to the 510 connection you won’t be short on tank options.
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As a beginner you might be more interested in a MTL mod that is well built and not too hard to use. One of the best internal battery mod for beginners has to be the Z50 by Innokin.
The mod has a built in 2100mAh battery and can reach up to 50 W. While the 510 connection allows for a variety of tanks, you will get the most from a beginner’s vape using an MTL tank (mouth to lung).
It is really easy to use and has a screen which displays all the key info, such as battery life and wattage.
As someone who has got to know what they like from vaping, you’re going to love the Vaporesso Gen Nano.
This is a sub-ohm mini mod that offers some customisation and great cloud. It has a 2000mAh internal battery and can power up to 80W.
You can make adjustments using the clear screen. Here you can see the watts, modes and battery life. Thanks to the AXON chip you have TC mode, Pulse mode, Power Eco mode and DIY mode.
It leaves lots of room to grow as a vaper.
If you have been vaping a while then you might be interested in some more advanced features. We think you will like the Geekvape Aegis Mini 2.
While this is a mini mod, it packs a lot of features. It has a built in 2500 mAh battery and can fire up to 100 W. The Aegis Mini 2 is dust, water and shockproof and has smart mode.
For a cloudy vape you can pair this with your sub ohm tanks that have a 510 connection and a high VG liquid.
Before you ape in and pick up the biggest, baddest or simplest built-in (internal) battery mod, a couple of important questions around safety and lifespan we get ask, we thought we would answer below.
As with all batteries, you need to take care of them in order to keep vaping safely. Make sure you keep them dry and out of extreme temperatures. You should also only ever use genuine devices. You can check whether a product is genuine on the manufacturers website.
Devices that are not genuine wouldn’t have gone through a rigorous testing process and may be made from cheap parts. ALWAYS buy genuine!!
An internal vape battery will, like all batteries, start to degrade over time. This is most likely to happen over lots of use. You can enhance the life of your internal vape battery by following instructions on how to extend their life. These include turning it off when not in use, not overcharging, keeping it out of extreme temperatures and wet environments.
If you want to keep the life of your mod going for longer then look at external battery mods. These have replaceable batteries which you can switch out when you start to notice their life degrading.