The company O2Vape makes this variable voltage battery. The design is made to look like the key fob to a car. It features a keyring hole on the corner to attach to your key ring. It houses the CCell cartridge in the side of the battery for on-the-go users. When you’re ready to use the Flip, you just press the button located on the front of the device and your cartridge springs out & up like a switchblade, ready to be used at your convenience.
This is one of the newest batteries to enter the vaping market. The powerful 4200mAh battery means all day vaping is a possibility. There aren’t too many mods at that moment that are compatible with these batteries but for 26650 mech mods these are perfect. There are always some trade offs with batteries and in this case it’s the relatively low cycle life, after 300 charges it will no longer perform as effectively. Higher capacity means lower maximum discharge current as well, in this case the maximum is 20A.
Efest SODA is also a safe item to use as it is equipped with a range of protection features, such as reverse polarity protection, over-discharging, over-voltage, and short circuit protection. In addition, the device can adjust to a normal or quick charger. This is the simplest charger option that will be enough to fulfill basic charging needs, so if you don’t look for anything fancy, Efest SODA is an ideal pick.
Another excellent battery from the creators of the CCell cartridge. The SILO by CCell is the cousin of PALM by CCell with a few minor changes to design and function that make all of the difference. Powered by a 500mah internal battery, SILO is a compact USB chargeable device with excellent features! It comes with 510 magnetic adapter rings that simply screw on to the threads of your oil cartridge and allows the cartridge to slide right into place. This connection skips having to need to unscrew the cart itself.
There you have it. Those are my top five vape battery chargers that are available on the market right now. Now, these are only my top five chargers, so do not feel discouraged if you like to use something not on the list. There are countless battery chargers on the market right now that are still amazing options. Just make sure to use a quality battery charger from a reputable brand, that's an important part of battery safety.
Going over the ratings of reputable manufacturers, you will notice a pattern: there is always a trade-off between CDR and capacity. There is (still) no 18650 with a CDR over 30 amps. At the same time, no 18650 with a capacity at or over 3000 mAh, will have a CDR over 20 amps. Until further notice, any battery that is not rated according to these two rules can be assumed to be falsely rated.
as long as it is ejuice (pg/vg) based then I’m sure using it in your tank or on your rda will work fine.. you may need new coils or atomizer cartridges after using it tho.. I’ve been vaping cbd juice in my rta like regular ejuice & it works just fine.. not rly sure about the effects.. maybe a little bit of a anti-inflammatory benefits & some anxiety/stress relief.. but i only just started vaping cbd’s & it’s supposed to take awhile for it to totally absorb your system for the effects to work optimally.. anyway.. if it helps you at all & can reduce your need for prescription drugs or other habit forming medications i say hi for it.. I’ve already quit smoking cigarettes by switching to vaping hopefully this will help me reduce another detriment to my health by not needing as much pain & anxiety medication