WARNING: This Product Contains Nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.

How Often Does a Vape Need to be Charged?

by Marco Graham on September 14, 2020
No matter how often you vape, your vape device will need to be charged at some point, and it can be frustrating to feel as though you need to charge your device too often. Every vape device is different, but there are a few factors that can affect the battery life of your vape kit, pod mod, or box mod. eJuice Direct is here to demystify the complex vape device and delve into what makes the battery last longer or die faster. Check out these simple tips to keep our device working its best and your battery lasting longer.
The frequency of use can affect your battery in a few ways. Of course, hitting your vape often can kill the battery quickly, but if you puff frequently over long periods of time, your battery can start to lose its strength, so even at 100% it will die a little faster. Just like with an aging smartphone, vape device batteries will age with time and extended use, so if your batteries are dying too fast, it may be time to invest in some new ones. Shop eJuice Direct’s collection of vape batteries now, and keep your vape device running its best with powerful and effective hardware.
Leaving your vape device in the hot sun or in a freezing cold car can affect the battery life. Again, similar to a smartphone, vape devices are subject to temperature damage if left out in intense heat or cold. The batteries can leak or freeze, causing irreparable damage in extreme cases, but typically the batteries will simply wear out faster, leaving you with a low-functioning power source that can be disappointing. To prevent this, just remember to keep your vape device and batteries (and e-juice as well) at room temperature and out of direct sunlight.
Most vapers use rechargeable batteries, as these offer convenience and portability in your vape experience. After all, who wants to be chained to a charging cable when you are out and about? Rechargeable batteries are very durable and tend to last a long while, but over time they can wear out from overuse and from overcharging. To prevent this, all you need to do is remember to take your batteries out of their charger when the battery is full. Charging a full battery can wear out the internal mechanisms and cause it to die faster. If you suspect your batteries are worn out, shop vape batteries now
When you charge your vape device with a charging cable, ensuring a strong connection is the first step to a fully charged, full functioning device. If the charging port is full of lint or dust, this could lead to an inconsistent connection and insufficient power recharge. To keep your port clean, you can blow air into it as if it were an old-school gaming console, or use a cotton swab to clear out any debris. While you are at it, be sure to check the charging cable itself for splicing, loose wires, or lint in the plug, as this can contribute to inconsistency charging as well.
Keeping your vape device fully charged and running is the most important part of vaping, so be sure to follow these simple steps to keep your batteries and device functioning their best. If you have any questions about vape devices, batteries, or charging your vape device, reach out to our Customer Support Team, and our educated crew will be more than happy to provide you with the information you need. Shop eJuice Direct’s collection of vape batteries and chargers today, and happy vaping!
BACK TO TOP

Age Verification 21+ Only

The products on this website are intended for adults only. By selecting YES, you certify that you are at least 21 years old and of legal smoking age.