Vape batteries

In this age of sub-ohm tanks, 230W vape mods, and cloud competitions, vape batteries must be capable of generating a large amount of power. We've covered battery safety elsewhere, but the short version is that any given battery can only draw so much current, and if you ask too much of it, you can have a really bad time (i.e. your battery drains off and possibly explodes). This is why it is important to have the right vape batteries.

But finding the best battery for vaping is not easy. Our list of the best high-drain batteries for sub-ohm vaping was meant to make it a little easier, but sadly it wasn't entirely accurate. We made the mistake of actually relying on what the manufacturers said: with re-sendings (cells from other manufacturers dressed in another brand's packaging) and pulse amp limits disguised as continuous amp limits, you have to be much more careful with batteries than your place. in your mod. Thanks to several very helpful comments and a lot of research we've put together a new list of the best 18650 batteries for sub-ohm vaping.

Best 18650 batteries for vaping

We've mostly focused on amplification limits, but to sort the list we also paid attention to capacity, and in addition to the best 18650 batteries, we've also added a couple of alternate size batteries to the list (a 26650 and a 21700, placed at the bottom because most vapers still use 18650, despite the high amp limits and capacities of the larger sizes).