Vaping has plenty of variables to consider over time. Almost everything to do with your hobby revolves around some sort of cycle, which is definitely important to know when you’re talking about getting the most out of your eCig. Everything from replacing the battery, to charging, all the way up until when you eLiquid needs to be changed has a profound impact on your vape.
Charging Your Battery:
It’s a good idea to make sure that you’re always within reach of a charged battery while vaping. Just like a regular smoker always knows how many cigarettes are left in their pack, you should always know how much uptime is left in your battery. By knowing when your battery is likely to go dead and having a spare in the wings to replace it will save you tons of frustration and the time that it takes to charge your dead battery. We recommend charging your batter after every two uses if you’re a session vaper, or every four to six hours if you’re a constant vaper. It’s also a good idea to cycle through two or maybe even three batteries depending on your consistency because it will take the stress off of your single battery.
Buying A New Battery:
Batteries get old – it’s just a fact of life. Replacing your battery is something that you’ll no doubt have to do eventually. But when is eventually? Well, replacing your battery varies on how often you vape, so for most people, there is no straight answer to this question. We recommend watching out for a few telltale signs that the end is near, however. First, if your vapor production is very weak, it could be the sign of a dying battery. Plus, if it only last an hour or less, you might be looking at a worn piece of equipment. Finally, if it won’t charge properly anymore, it’s time to get a new battery.
Replacing Your eLiquid:
When does eLiquid go bad? Well, so far no one really has an answer to this… Why? Because the truth is that no one has ever really had eLiquid expire on them! eLiquid, when stored properly, is estimated to have an impressive shelf life and plenty of resistance when it comes to aging. So when should you replace your eliquid? Well, you can try replacing it when you get sick of the flavor or when you notice it becoming dull. Who knows when this will happen though!