Wholesale Vape Batteries

Welcome to JM Wholesale, your trusted destination for a vast range of high-quality wholesale vape batteries designed to power every vape kit you can think of. As the leading distributor in the vaping market, we pride ourselves on our diverse inventory of vape batteries, all available in bulk and ready to meet your vaping needs.

Our comprehensive selection of premium vape batteries is meticulously sourced from industry-leading manufacturers like Samsung, IJOY, Sanyo, and Efest, ensuring we provide only the best. These brands are renowned for their unwavering commitment to quality, offering products with long battery life, excellent durability, and optimal performance.

At JM Wholesale, we believe in transparency and quality assurance. That's why every product in our bulk range is rigorously batch-tested and guaranteed to be 100% genuine. This way, we ensure that our wholesale vape batteries not only meet but surpass the industry standards, offering you reliability and peace of mind with every purchase.

We encourage you to browse through our extensive range of vape batteries and discover the perfect match for your vape kit. Our dedicated and friendly customer support team is always on hand to assist you in your ordering process. Whether you need help choosing the right vape battery or advice on making a bulk purchase, we're here to provide tailored guidance and ensure a seamless shopping experience.

So, if you're looking for superior-quality wholesale vape batteries, look no further than JM Wholesale. Let us power your vaping journey with our world-class selection and exceptional customer service. Get in touch with our team today - we're excited to help you find the right vaping solutions for your business.

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BAK 18650 2500mAh N18650CNP Battery

Specifications:  Premium High Drain Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Size: 18650 Flat-Top Capacity: ...

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Molicel P45B 21700 4500mAh Battery

Specifications:  Premium High Drain Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Size: 21700 Flat-Top Capa...

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Sinowatt 30SP 18650 3000mAh 15A Battery

Specifications: Capacity: 3000mAh Comes Inside Of A Battery Tube Nominal voltage: 3.6/7V Max c...

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Molicel M35A 18650 3500mAh Battery

Premium High Drain Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Size: 18650 Flat-Top Capacity: 3500mAh M...

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Nectar HD4 18650 Batteries - Pack Of 2

True power comes in pairs. That is the case with this Pack of 2 Nectar HD4 18650 Batteries. These...

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AW 21700 4000mAh Battery

Brand new 4000mAh single battery from AW.Specification: Size: 21700 Nominal voltage: 3.70V Typic...

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AW 20700 3200mAh Battery

Brand new 3200mAh single battery from AW.Specification: Size: 20700 Nominal voltage: 3.70V Typic...

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AW 18650 3500mAh Battery

Brand new 3500mAh single battery from AW.Specification: Size: 18650 Nominal voltage: 3.70V Typic...

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AW 30S 18650 3000mAh Battery

Brand new 30S 3000mAh single battery from AW.Specification: Model: 30S 3000mAh Size: 18650 Nomin...

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AW 25T 18650 2500mAh Battery

A brand new 25T 2500mAh single battery from AW.Specification: Model: 25T 2500mAh Size: 18650 Nom...

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Vapcell K30 18650 Battery

- Premium High Drain Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery- Size: 18650- Flat-Top- Capacity: 3000mAh- Maxi...

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Molicel P42A 21700 4200mAh Battery

The first cells ever manufactured that are officially authorized for use with vape devices and so...

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AWT 18650 3.7V 2900mAh 40A Battery

Specifications:- Battery Size: 18650- Voltage: 3.7 V- Capacity: 2900 mAh- Max Continuous Discharg...

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Golisi S30 18650 Battery 3000mAh 25A

- Golisi S30 is a high drain IMR 18650 battery with high capacity and high power performance. cyc...

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AWT 18650 3.7V 2400mAh 40A Battery

Specifications:- Battery Size: 18650- Connector: Flat- Voltage: 3.7 V- Capacity: 2400mAh- Max Con...

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Sony VTC5A 2500mAh/25A 18650 Rechargeable Battery

- Nominal capacity: 2500mAh- Rated capacity: 2500mAh- 25A max continuous discharge- 18mm diameter...

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MOLICEL P28A 18650 2800mAh Battery

The first cells ever manufactured that are officially authorized for use with vape devices and so...

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MOLICEL P26A 2600mAh 18650 Battery

The first cells ever manufactured that are officially authorized for use with vape devices and so...

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Sony Murata VTC6 18650 3000mAh Battery

- Sony Murata VTC6 - 18650 Battery - 3000mAh - 3.7V - Priced Individually

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Wholesale Vape Batteries Q & A

What are 18650 batteries?

An 18650 battery is 18mm in diameter, 65mm in height and has a cylindrical (o) shape (hence the numbers 18-65-0). They might be large but they're one of the most popular types because they're powerful and long-lasting. Other sizes you may find in some e-cigarettes include 26650, 20700 and 21700. It is essential that consumers always use the right battery for their kit.

 

What is lithium IMR?

The most common type of battery, these combine lithium and manganese for safe, high current and lower temperature performance.

What brands of vape batteries are considered the most reliable?

Renowned brands such as Sony, Samsung, LG, Vapcell, Molicel and Efest are considered reliable for vape batteries due to their consistent performance and safety features. We only sell vape batteries from brand that have a strong history of safety and excellent manufacturing to minimise any potential risks.

How do I properly dispose of my vape batteries?

Vape batteries, like other types of batteries, contain harmful substances that can cause environmental damage if not disposed of correctly. It's essential to understand that vape batteries should never be tossed into regular household waste or recycling bins. Instead, they should be taken to a dedicated recycling centre or a battery disposal point.

In the UK, many local retailers and supermarkets provide battery recycling services. They often have designated containers near the entrance or at the checkout area. These services ensure that the batteries are recycled responsibly, reducing the harmful impact on the environment.

If you're unsure of where to dispose of your vape batteries, you can use the online locator on the Recycle Now website to find your nearest battery recycling facility. Remember, responsible disposal of vape batteries is not only environmentally friendly, but it's also a legal requirement in the UK under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009. By disposing of your vape batteries correctly, you are playing a part in promoting sustainable practices and protecting the environment.

What are the differences between vape battery sizes?

Vape batteries come in various sizes, with 18650, 20700, and 21700 being among the most common. These numbers represent the physical dimensions of the battery; the first two digits correspond to the diameter, and the next two digits refer to the length. So, an 18650 battery is 18mm in diameter and 65.0mm in length.

The size of the battery is critical because it influences the capacity and discharge rate. Larger batteries, such as the 21700, typically offer higher capacity (more milliamp hours or mAh), meaning they can last longer on a single charge. They may also provide a higher continuous discharge rate (CDR), allowing them to safely deliver more power.

However, these larger batteries may not be compatible with all devices. Smaller, more compact vaping devices usually use 18650 batteries. Therefore, when selecting a vape battery, you need to balance the need for battery life and power with the physical size that your device can accommodate.

Can I use a regular battery in my vape?

No. Using regular, household batteries in your vape is not advisable. Vaping devices require a specific type of battery, commonly lithium-ion, that can handle the high discharge rates necessary for the device to function properly. Standard household batteries, like AA or AAA, lack the power output and safety features necessary for this application, which can lead to subpar performance or potentially dangerous situations, such as leaks or even explosions. Therefore, it is always recommended to use the correct type of battery as specified by the vape device manufacturer.

What is the optimal temperature for storing my vape batteries?

The optimal temperature for storing vape batteries is typically at room temperature, which is approximately 20-25¬įC (68-77¬įF). Exposure to high temperatures can degrade the battery's performance over time and potentially even cause damage or leaks.

Similarly, very cold temperatures can also harm the battery, reducing its capacity and shortening its overall lifespan. Keeping your vape batteries in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight is key to preserving their longevity and maintaining optimal performance.

Is it safe to use a vape with a damaged battery?

No! Safety should always be a priority when using vaping devices, and that includes the state of the battery. Using a vape with a damaged battery is not safe. A damaged battery can have a compromised casing, poor connection, or internal issues that can lead to device malfunction, reduced performance, leaks, or in the worst-case scenario, a fire or explosion.

If you notice any signs of damage to your battery, such as dents, bulges, leaks, or any unusual heat, noise, or smell, stop using it immediately. It's always better to replace a questionable battery than risk an unsafe situation.

How can I tell if my vape battery is fully charged?

Telling if your vape battery is fully charged is usually straightforward, thanks to indicator lights on most chargers or vaping devices. These lights will often change colour, usually to green, or turn off completely once the battery has reached full charge.

Some advanced chargers may also have display screens that show the charging progress in percentage or voltage. If you're unsure, refer to the user manual or contact the manufacturer to understand the specific indications of your device or charger.

How do I clean my vape battery?

Cleaning your vape battery involves careful handling. Always start by disconnecting the battery from the device. With the battery removed, gently clean the terminal, the part that connects to the device, using a dry cloth or cotton swab. This will help remove any dirt, dust, or e-liquid that may have accumulated and could interfere with the connection.

Avoid using water or any other liquid to clean your vape battery as this could cause damage. Regular cleaning can help maintain the battery's performance and lifespan. But remember, if you notice any signs of damage or wear during cleaning, it's time to replace the battery.

How to store vape batteries when not in use?

When not in use, it's important to store your vape batteries correctly to preserve their lifespan and safety. Batteries should be stored in a non-conductive, fire-resistant container, away from metallic objects. This can help prevent accidental activation or short circuits. The storage location should be cool, dry, and out of direct sunlight, as extreme temperatures can affect battery performance and longevity. Avoid leaving them in high-temperature environments such as a car on a sunny day.

Can vape batteries be recycled?

Yes, vape batteries can and should be recycled. As electronic waste, they contain chemicals that can be harmful to the environment if disposed of in regular waste. Many regions have battery recycling facilities where you can drop off used vape batteries for proper disposal. Some vape shops also offer battery recycling services. Recycling not only helps to protect the environment but also allows the valuable materials in the batteries to be reused.

How does the wattage setting affect my vape battery life?

The wattage setting on your vaping device directly impacts your vape battery life. Higher wattage settings mean more power is drawn from the battery to heat the vape coil, which results in shorter battery life. Conversely, lower wattage settings use less power, thus extending battery life. It's a balance between the intensity of your vape experience and the longevity of your battery.

How can I maximise the lifespan of my vape battery?

To maximise the lifespan of your vape battery, you should adhere to a few best practices. Firstly, avoid fully depleting the battery before recharging; lithium-ion batteries prefer partial discharges. Secondly, store your batteries properly when not in use - in a cool, dry place and in a non-conductive container. Lastly, consider vaping at a lower wattage setting; this uses less power and can help your battery last longer.

What does 'mAh' mean when referring to vape batteries?

The term 'mAh' stands for milliampere-hour and is a unit that measures electrical power over time. It's commonly used to describe the total amount of energy a battery can store at one time. In simpler terms, a higher mAh rating means a fully charged battery can power a device for a longer time before it needs to be recharged. For example, a 3000mAh battery will last twice as long as a 1500mAh battery, assuming the device draws the same amount of power.

What should I do if my vape battery gets wet?

The term 'mAh' stands for milliampere-hour and is a unit that measures electrical power over time. It's commonly used to describe the total amount of energy a battery can store at one time. In simpler terms, a higher mAh rating means a fully charged battery can power a device for a longer time before it needs to be recharged. For example, a 3000mAh battery will last twice as long as a 1500mAh battery, assuming the device draws the same amount of power.

Why does my vape battery die so fast?

There are several reasons why a vape battery may seem to lose charge quickly. These include high power settings, which drain the battery faster, frequent use of the device, the age of the battery, and poor maintenance. Batteries naturally degrade over time and with use. Following best practices for battery use and care can help prolong battery life.

How do I safely change my vape battery?

Safety should always be the first consideration when handling vape batteries. Always turn off the device before changing the battery. With clean hands, carefully remove the battery from the device. When inserting the new battery, make sure to align the positive and negative ends correctly with the device. Misalignment can cause damage to the device or the battery and can pose a safety risk.

Why is my vape battery not holding a charge?

If your vape battery isn't holding a charge, it could be due to a few factors. The battery may be old and nearing the end of its life, or there could be damage to the battery preventing it from charging fully. Additionally, the problem could be with the charger itself, either because it's faulty or because it's not compatible with the battery. In any of these scenarios, it's a good idea to consider replacing the battery or the charger.

Can I use any type of charger with my vape battery?

If your vape battery isn't holding a charge, it could be due to a few factors. The battery may be old and nearing the end of its life, or there could be damage to the battery preventing it from charging fully. Additionally, the problem could be with the charger itself, either because it's faulty or because it's not compatible with the battery. In any of these scenarios, it's a good idea to consider replacing the battery or the charger.

What is an eGo battery?

eGos are some of the most popular vape batteries, especially with beginners. They're easy to use, not too expensive and carry a reasonable charge, though they're not always the most powerful. You don't have to take them out of the e-cigarette to charge them, just plug it into a USB port. They'll switch off automatically when full. Use eGos for fixed wattage vaping that uses the most common coils.

Why are vape batteries labelled regulated or unregulated?

Regulated mods, perhaps unsurprisingly, are made with stricter regulations. There are rules about current, power flow, control features, overheating and automatic cut-offs if it short circuits or encounters other problems. This is obviously safer, and will particularly suit consumers who are unfamiliar with vaping or electronics.

If a customer wants more adaptability and really knows their stuff, you may decide to recommend an unregulated mod that they can play about with themselves. All they will get is the battery, coil and plenty of power.

How often do I have to replace my vape battery?

Battery life is influenced by a range of factors, from how often the device is used to whether the user follows best charging practices, but most vapers should be able to make them last a year or more. They can extend the life by using the proper charger and not overcharging (unplug once they're full).

How long does the charge in my vape battery last before it needs recharging?

This also varies a lot depending on battery, coil and e-cigarette, as well as the individual's style of vaping. Three to eight hours is a good range.

Are there any safety precautions I need to take with a vape battery?

Whilst modern batteries are designed to be as safe as possible, they can still be harmful if misused. If a battery looks warped, nicked or scratched, or the wrapping is peeling, take precautions and dispose of it. The same goes if it starts getting too hot. Many vapers decide to carry some spare batteries with them. These should be kept in a battery case or wrapped in something non-conductive so they don't make contact with any keys or loose change that may complete a circuit. It is essential to use the right type of battery and charger, and don't leave batteries charging overnight. It is advisable to turn off the charger as soon as they're fully charged, to prevent overheating.

At JM Wholesale, all our batteries are sourced from trusted approved manufacturers, and undergo the most rigorous internationally recognised safety testing.

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Safely Using Vape Batteries

Vape batteries are the lifeblood of every vaping device. They are an essential component that powers the atomiser and turns the e-liquid into vapor. Given their importance and the fact that they carry potential safety risks if mishandled, it's crucial for retailers to understand the technical aspects of vape batteries and how to ensure their safe use.

Understanding Vape Batteries

At the core of a vaping device is a powerful lithium-ion battery. These batteries are popular due to their high energy density, no memory effect, and their ability to handle multiple charge-discharge cycles. However, mishandling can lead to a phenomenon known as thermal runaway, a chain reaction that results in a rapid release of the stored energy, causing the battery to ignite or even explode.

Most commonly used vape batteries are 18650, 20700, and 21700 sizes, with the numbers representing their physical dimensions. The battery's capacity, measured in milliamp hours (mAh), determines how long it can operate before requiring a recharge. The continuous discharge rate (CDR), measured in amperes (A), tells us how much current a battery can safely deliver without overheating.

 
Handling Vape Batteries Safely

Safety begins with proper handling. Always store batteries in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. Never carry loose batteries in a pocket or bag where they can come into contact with metallic objects like keys or coins, as this can lead to short circuits. Instead, always use a non-conductive, protective case for carrying or storing batteries.

Ensure that the wrapping of the battery is intact. A tear in the wrap can expose the metal casing, potentially leading to a short circuit if it contacts a metallic object. Retailers should offer re-wrapping services or sell battery wraps for customers to apply themselves.

Charging Vape Batteries Safely

Charging is a crucial aspect of battery safety. Use only the charger recommended by the battery or device manufacturer. Other chargers may charge at an incorrect rate or lack safety features, increasing the risk of overcharging or overheating. Advise your customers never to leave a charging battery unattended and to remove it from the charger once it's fully charged.

Avoid using the 'pass-through' feature that some devices offer that allows vaping while the device is charging. This can put additional stress on the battery and potentially lead to overheating.

Vaping Device Safety

Many modern vaping devices come with built-in safety features, such as overheat protection, short-circuit protection, and overcharge protection. These are particularly common in regulated mods, which have circuitry that controls the power output.

However, some devices, known as mechanical mods or "mech mods", lack this circuitry. While they can offer greater power and customisability, they also require a thorough understanding of Ohm's Law and battery safety principles. As such, they are recommended only for advanced vapers. Retailers should make sure that customers understand the additional risks associated with mechanical mods and are capable of using them safely.

Educating Your Customers

Providing safety information to customers should be part of every vape battery sale. Customers should understand the importance of using the right charger, not carrying loose batteries, and keeping batteries away from water and extreme temperatures.

Providing literature, whether printed handouts or digital resources, can be an effective way to ensure customers have access to this information. Some retailers also host workshops or information sessions on vape battery safety, which can be an excellent way to educate customers and answer any questions they may have.

Vape batteries, when used and handled properly, are safe and effective. By understanding the technical details of these batteries, you can provide better service to your customers and help them have a safe and enjoyable vaping experience. The safety and satisfaction of your customers are key to your business success, and being knowledgeable about the products you sell is a crucial part of that.

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