The vaping world knows that the battery is the most important part of the MOD. The introduction of MODs in the vaping world brought with it additional power requirements. Sorry to quote the well-known cliché ‘with great power comes great responsibility’ for this purpose but if the shoe fits. MODs are designed to give out more vapor faster so that you can get the throat hit desired. But this advancement requires more power to work effectively and hence the battery is considered the most important part.
It goes without saying that care is needed when handling all forms of batteries. Using the wrong battery could literally end up blowing up in your face. Imagine hooking up your flashlight to your wall socket, you will just end up picking up glass particles all over the floor. Picking a wrong battery for your MOD could end up in almost the same way, only now you might be nursing a scar on your face as well. Selecting the right battery guarantees you safe usage of your MOD for all your vaping needs, for the lifetime of the battery and it ensures proper functioning of the mode. Using the wrong battery could either result in over vaporization or under vaporization.
You also don’t need to be a physicist to know that if you skimp on your power source your MOD may not work as needed. Ohms law should guide you in the selection of your battery. MODs come with a guide of the recommended amp of the battery. Should you skimp out and use a battery of a lower level ampere you might push the battery beyond its limits and the result is either the battery will start leaking dangerous chemicals and don’t forget the battery might just go ‘boom’ all over your face.
The safe bet for you is to select either one of two batteries, a protected ICR or an IMR chemistry batteries. The ICR last longer attributable to its increased storage capacity while the IMR is useful in lower resistance coils Depending on the MOD specifications we have the battery that guarantees safety and battery life worth the money you lay out. For instance there’s the rechargeable ICR 18650 from Aspire with an amp backing of 40A and high discharge useful for MODs that drain you fast. There’s also the CF MAXX variable wattage battery; compatible with coils ranging from 0.3 Ohms to 5.0 Ohms also don’t forget the overheat protection inside the cell as an extra safety measure. Lastly there is the rechargeable IMR 18650 from IMREN; it has a 2500 mAh storage capacity and delivers a 40A current useful for power draining MODs.