If you’re looking for a good selection of vape batteries, you’ve come to the right place. VAPO Australia is a leading online seller of vape batteries and vape chargers from leading brands such as Sony, LG, Nitecore and more.

What to look for in vape batteries

You may want to buy powerful and safe batteries that last long. Specifically, consider battery life, operating temperature, charging time, maximum discharge and the number of times the batteries can be recharged without a loss in performance. Note that you can get most out of some batteries without having to recharge them but they will not discharge at a high rate, while some with a short battery life will not get very hot at high currents. High drain batteries are popular as they deliver a powerful vape even at low voltage.

If you vape frequently, a high capacity battery will be necessary. Look at the capacity rating (milliampere-hours/mAH) to understand how often you may need to recharge the battery. Another is current rating; in regulated or unregulated mod, your battery should be able to deliver adequate current without overheating.

In a regulated device, a high voltage battery draws less current and does not have to work too hard. High voltage batteries in unregulated or mechanical devices deliver more current to the coil to produce sharp flavour and generous vapour.

The safest vape batteries operate at cool temperatures while running at high voltage for longer periods of time. Avoid buying batteries of questionable quality as they usually have poor venting, which pose the risk of overheating and exploding.



Buy a quality vape charger

If your vaping device has an internal battery, you will need to charge it with a charger that may be provided with your vaping kit. Car USB chargers and mobile phone chargers may supply more power than what is needed by your battery and damage it.

Some devices use external batteries, usually 18650 lithium-ion batteries, which you can charge with your mod. However, most manufacturers also recommend the use of an external charger. This is because 18650 lithium-ion batteries are high discharge batteries while onboard charging does not offer the same overcharge protection as an external charger.