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All About Batteries

Apollo offers a variety of battery models and it can be confusing to decide on the one that is right for you. Each model is designed to cater to specific user preferences. Follow this helpful guide to learn more about the differences and benefits of each battery.

What is mAh?

One extremely important factor to consider when choosing which battery is right for you is the mAh. mAh stands for Milliamps Hour and it refers to the strength or capacity of a battery. Think of it like a car’s gas tank... The mAh tells you how large your battery’s tank is, which directly effects how long the battery lasts between charges. The higher the number, the longer the battery will last. A variety of factors effect how long your battery lasts, including how often you puff and how long your drags are, but a higher mAh will always yield a longer battery life.

What is Voltage?

Voltage is the measure of power coming out of the battery. The majority of batteries have a standard 3.7 voltage rating. Voltage varies slightly based on how much charge is in the battery (3.3V - 4.2V), but the average voltage at any given time is 3.7. Voltage, along with resistance, is a major factor in the quality of your vapor. Users who are familiar with how voltage effects the quality of their vapor tend to prefer Variable Voltage devices, which allow them to control and adjust the voltage of their ecig depending on their preferences. Variable Voltage ecigs are recommended for experienced users.

Manual vs Automatic

Ecig batteries are available in 2 styles: Manual or Automatic. You can easily tell the difference between the styles because Manuals have a physical button on the ecig and Automatics do not. An Automatic battery does not need to be turned on or off, it is simply activated by the user inhaling on it. Manual batteries may or may not need to be turned on or off, but must notably need to have the button pressed while inhaling to active the production of vapor.