Battery safety for electronic cigarettes and vaping - 18650 Review UK February 15 2016, 0 Comments
Have you heard about those crazy exploding hoverboards lately? A few months ago it was us evil doers in the Vape world that were ticking time bombs according to mainstream media; thankfully Back to the Future inspired segways have taken a bit of the heat off..... sorry about the pun
But what's going on? Lithium batteries is the answer. Batteries used incorrectly can cause problems, whether it's an ecig, a laptop, a mobile phone and yes, even those two wheeled tea trays you see lingering on the fringes of skate parks and town centres.
Vaping devices use lithium batteries mostly and providing the right battery is used for the right resistance coil, you shouldn't have any problems. Batteries have a maximum discharge (output) they can safely maintain, each battery is different. Below is a little chart that allows you to cross check your operating voltage with your coil resistance to let you determine what amount of amp your battery will be called upon to provide. If the number is higher than what your 18650 etc can dish out, then increase the resistance or get the right tool for the job.
Vape and Juice sells the peer reviewed and popular Samsung 25R 18650 battery as a single or a double pack. The battery is sourced from the UK with an audited trail to ensure the highest integrity of where we acquire these power sources.
The Samsung 25R operates in the following fashion
Continuous discharge of 22 amp
Pulse discharge of 35 amp
Fires at 3.7 volt
Battery capacity 2500 mHa
We stock 18650 batteries in our UK bricks and mortar (B & M) vape and ecig shops in Enfield, Archway, Highgate, Crouch End, London; Canterbury, Herne Bay, Kent; Southend, Southchurch, Rayleigh, Benfleet, Colchester, Clacton, Essex.