Vape Mods Only are those battery units which we call vape mods in the UK. These come as a stand-alone unit and without a tank. They come in a range of variations, as listed below:
For many vapers, they simply want to boost the battery life of their vaping experience, or they are pretty content with the tank they already use. In those cases, rather than buying a whole new vape kit, you may just want to buy a new box mod unit, also known as a vape mod.
Starting with mechanical mods, these are unregulated and the power output is set by the coil resistance in the tank or atomiser head. These units are for more advanced vapers and are not recommended for those new to vaping or who like convenience.
Their use is linked closely to the more hobbyist side of electronic cigarettes and you can warrant a better understanding of battery safety. If you're curious and haven't read it yet, check out our mechanical mod guide to safety below:
Next up, we have the regulated vape mods. These are those with inbuilt batteries and safety control settings. They operate within manufacturer defined settings and are perfect as a simple vape kit upgrade. From more power control or just more battery life. They are easy to use and represent a safe sensible option for all vapers.
Finally, we have removable battery mods, while still regulated, they allow the user to replace the batteries. All batteries have a finite recharge lifespan and by being able to replace the power cells, you extend the life of the unit.
For the most part yes. What you will need to ensure is if the screw fitting on your vape tank pokes out. If it does, this is most likely to be a 510 thread and this is compatible with pretty much any vape mod. Some tanks shield the screw fitting and this can cause some compatibility issues. Thankfully these days, that is a rare issue on vape tanks and mods, but any questions, just ask us on the live chat.