What Batteries Are In a Disposable Vape?

Published June 29th 2022
In this article, we will focus on what batteries you'll find inside a disposable vape device and what chemicals are used inside a disposable device such as an Elf Bar.

What Batteries Are In a Disposable Vape?

The batteries housed inside disposable vaping products are mainly lithium-ion batteries with a battery capacity ranging from 400mAh up to 750mAh.

A disposable vape battery is typically 400mAh - 750mAh, which is the unit of measurement that dictates how much charge they hold. They’ll give you at least as many puffs as it takes to use up the e-liquid and, thanks to a little chipset inside, are activated when you inhale on the mouthpiece. With no buttons to press, you don’t need to worry about switching them on or off, nor will they accidentally get activated when they’re in your pocket. Most disposable vapes will offer you anywhere between 400 and 700 puffs depending on the size of the pod and the battery in the kit.

You’ll know when it’s time to replace your current disposable device with one of two things. First, you’ll notice your pod is empty and has run out of juice, meaning you’ll need a fresh one to avoid those horrid dry hits. The other is if there’s still a little juice left, but the battery is no longer activating when you inhale, it’s more than likely to run out of power, and as they can’t be recharged, this means the device will need to be replaced.

What Chemicals Are In Elf Bars?

The e-liquids in Elf Bars are made of Propylene Glycol (PG), Vegetable Glycerine (VG), and flavourings.

Elf Bars each contain 2ml of e-liquid and use salt nicotine rather than standard freebase. Nic salt e-liquid delivers a much smoother throat hit when vaped, making switching to vaping that much easier.

Propylene Glycol can have effects on the nose as it can cause the skin on the inside of the nose to dry up, which can in rare instances lead to irritation in the nose. Vegetable Glycerine is used mainly to thicken e-liquids to produce a thicker cloud. Still, this substance has been found safe to use orally and is not known to have any inherant negative side effects.

Diacetyl is a banned ingredient used within any e-liquid in the UK. If you have purchased a disposable device or e-liquid that includes this ingredient, please be aware that it is an illegal product and should be reported immediately.

E-cigarettes have been proven to be at least 95% less harmful than combustible tobacco products.

The e-liquid in Elf Bars satisfies cravings quicker as it is absorbed into the body faster. When it comes to flavour, you’ll have plenty of options, and this wide variety means it’s easy to find something you’ll get one with. There are fruit, tobacco, menthol, candy, and dessert blends available.

Check out all of our nicotine-free5mg10mg, and 20mg disposable vapes at IndeJuice.

Learn more about disposables with our articles how do you inhale an Elf Bar and is an Elf Bar an E Cigarette?

Written by IndeJuice Editorial
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