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Vape Pen Batteries

Vape Pen Batteries That Really Last


If you’re in the market for a new device but don’t want anything too complicated, finding the best vape pen batteries is a big part of getting the most satisfying option. Vape pens batteries don’t usually offer features like variable voltage/wattage or temperature control, so one of the most important considerations is how long the battery will last between charges. However, if you’re just getting into vaping, you may be looking specifically for a vape pen battery you can pick up for pretty cheap. So how do you find what you’re looking for? We’ve put together a couple of lists to help you get the best vape possible for your buck.

Vape Pen Batteries That Last the Longest

If you’re going to be using your vape pen out of the house a lot, battery life is a big concern. If you need to take a charger or a spare device with you whenever you leave the house, it not only gets annoying, but if you forget your spare or charger you may be left without something to vape. That’s why many of the best vape pen batteries offer huge battery life. All of the batteries in this list are “integrated” into the device, so they can’t be removed and are charged using a USB cable.

The “capacity” of the battery is a measure of how long it will last on a full charge, and this is shown by a value followed by mAh (which stands for milliamp-hours). If everything else is equal, batteries with higher mAh ratings will last longer before needing charging. Basic vape pens often have a rating of 650 mAh, but there are many better options on the market too:

5 – Joyetech eGo AIO / UD Starling – 1,500 mAh

The eGo AIO from Joyetech and the Starling from UD both offer a 1,500 mAh battery capacity with vape pen style operation. This is more than enough battery life to get most vapers through a whole day of use, despite being ranked at the very bottom of this list. In other words, these vape batteries are very capable on their own, but it only gets better from here.

The eGo AIO is an “all in one” style e-cigarette, which means it incorporates an atomizer and tank into the main body of the device. In other words, all you need to start vaping is the eGo AIO and some delicious e-juice. The AIO comes with a 2 ml capacity tank and two 0.6 ohm coils, and can put out up to 28 W of power. It costs $16.99.

The UD Starling is a bottom-firing device. This makes it a little different to the others on this list – it’s like a cross between a mechanical mod and a vape pen. It comes with a 3 ml sub ohm tank and 1.8 ohm and 0.5 ohm coils, for a maximum power output of 35 W. The tank is top-filling too, which adds to the ease of use of the device. You can pick this up for $34.99.

4 – VaporFi Rocket – 1,600 mAh

The Rocket from VaporFi isn’t the most affordable device in the world, but it’s high-quality and offers a substantial battery capacity of 1,600 mAh. It has a very traditional vape pen battery appearance, with a large firing button in the center, but also features a ring around the bottom which allows you to vary the voltage it puts out. This allows you to set the output from the Rocket anywhere from 3.2 to 4.8 V, giving you additional control over your performance. It also comes with a 2.5 ml tank and a 1.8 ohm atomizer head, which is well-suited to just-switching smokers looking for a smoking-like experience with mouth-to-lung inhales. The big sticking point for the device is the price, though, which is $89.99 for the kit.

3 – Smok eGo Cloud – 2,200 mAh / Stick One Plus – 2,000 mAh

Taking a big step up in this list of the best vape pen batteries when it comes to battery life are two devices from Smok. (We’ve combined them into a single entry here so we can feature more great vape batteries on this list.)

The eGo Cloud is the larger-capacity option, coming with a huge 2,200 mAh battery while still maintaining a simple appearance and operation. The device doesn’t have any fancy bells and whistles; it just puts out a solid amount of power for a long time. You can pick up the eGo Cloud for just $14.99.

The Stick One Plus is a kit from Smok which includes the upgraded Cloud Plus battery – offering a still-impressive capacity of 2,000 mAh – along with the Micro TFV4 sub ohm tank. The Cloud Plus is much like the original Cloud, but improves the consistency of the power output and also looks a little cooler. The Micro TFV4 is a 3.5 ml capacity version of one of the best sub ohm tanks on the market, with a top-filling system for e-liquid and coming with sub-ohm coils that support vaping at up to 60 W. The kit costs $34.99.

2 – Joyetech eGo One – 2,200 mAh

Joyetech’s eGo One is a “next-generation” device, which easily makes it one of the best vape pen batteries on the market. While many basic vape pen batteries only support high-resistance vaping, the eGo One is fully-equipped to power sub ohm coils. The result is a device which packs huge amounts of flavor and puts out serious clouds.

The 2,200 mAh version of the eGo One has the longest-lasting battery in the series, and comes with a 2.5 ml capacity tank and two atomizer heads (one 0.5 ohm and one 1 ohm option). It works as simply as any other vape pen – just fill up and press the button to vape – but the performance is exceptional, blowing most of the competition out of the water. It comes in a kit for $47.99.

1 – Eleaf iJust 2 – 2,600 mAh

Topping this list of the best vape pen batteries in terms of battery life is the iJust 2 from Eleaf, best known for their iStick series. The iJust 2 is very similar to the eGo One, having a chunky vape pen look and operation but offering support for sub ohm coils. This means two things: it’s easy to use and it performs excellently. With a 2,600 mAh battery, you really don’t need to worry about running out of battery during a day of vaping; it’s right up there with many box mods when it comes to battery life.

The iJust 2 comes in a kit with a huge 5.5 ml tank, which features adjustable airflow and sub ohm coils (with a 0.3 ohm option included). Combined with one of the best vape batteries on the market, it’s hard to beat. You can pick it up for $34.99.

Need More Battery Life? Try a Mod

Although the focus here is on the best vape pen batteries, it’s important to note that you can pick up many “mods” with integrated batteries, and these often match or even exceed the vape batteries in this list when it comes to capacity. They may be a little more complicated than the options on this list, but it’s worth considering if you’re looking for the very best performance.

A Note on Battery Safety

Vape pen batteries are safe as long as you follow safe charging practices, but if you’re venturing into the world of mods, there is a bit more to consider. For mods that need a separately-purchased battery, it’s important to learn the basics of battery safety to ensure you don’t run into any issues. We have a post with some key battery safety tips that has all of the information you need. 

Batteries for the Best Price

So there are plenty of great options if you’re in the market for a large-capacity battery, but what if you want to spend as little as possible when you’re picking up a vape pen battery?

Well, there are a lot of simple vape pen batteries you can pick up for cheap. For example, the Evod VV (650 mAh) costs just $7.95, which is cheaper than a single pack of cigarettes in some states. However, this device is fairly basic, and doesn’t offer fantastic battery life. There are many similar devices available for similar prices, and if you want to spend as little as possible you should get something like this.

But what if you want to save money but still get one of the best vape pen batteries you can? Rather than just choose the most affordable vape batteries, you might want something as capable as possible that doesn’t break the bank. We’ve put together this list with this in mind, looking through the batteries on offer at stores such as DirectVapor, My Vapor Store, My Freedom Smokes, Vape NW and VaporDNA to find vape pen batteries that are both affordable and capable. 

5 – Smok eGo Cloud – $14.99

As you may have guessed from seeing such a cheap device on the list above, the Smok eGo Cloud is one of the best vape batteries you can pick up on a budget. Since it offers a 2,200 mAh battery and supports sub ohm vaping, it’s a great offering overall and well worth the $14.99 it’s on sale for.

4 – Evod VV – $14.95

The Evod VV ranks among the best vape pen batteries for anyone on a budget because it offers some basic variable voltage (VV) functionality alongside a substantial 1,000 mAh battery capacity. The device allows you to set your voltage from 3.2 to 4.8 V, offering plenty of control over your vaping experience. It comes in a variety of colors and you can pick it up for just $14.95.

3 – Kanger EMOW – $14.95

The EMOW from Kanger ties with the Evod VV on the basis of affordability, but with a 1300 mAh battery, a spring-loaded center pin (to prevent issues with connectivity) and three voltage settings available (3.7, 4.2 and 4.8 V), it just comes out on top when you consider the whole package. It’s still a simple and affordable vape pen battery, but the increased battery life and improved design put it just a touch ahead of the Evod VV. The device costs $14.95.

2 – Eleaf iJust 2 Mini – $12.99

The ordinary iJust 2 topped our best vape pen batteries list when we focused on battery life, but the Mini version also takes a respectable second place for affordability. Offering a lower-capacity but compact and portable 1,100 mAh battery, it also supports sub ohm vaping like it’s bigger brother. It balances performance with ease of use, portability and battery life, and you can pick up the battery (without a tank) for just $12.99.

1 – Kanger Top Evod – $11.99

The Top Evod from Kanger is the most basic device to make this list of the best vape pen batteries, but it has a great design, performs consistently and comes with a top-filling 1.7 ml tank. Although the battery has just a 650 mAh capacity, the device has just about enough to get most vapers through a day of work, and offers a fixed 4.2 V output. Although the 650 mAh Evod VV is a bit cheaper and comes with variable voltage, the tank on the Top Evod has a Japanese organic cotton wick and generally offers better performance, even with a fixed voltage. The Top Evod starter kit is available for $11.99.

Battery Not Lasting Long Enough? Try These Tips

The only problem with these more affordable vape pen batteries is that they tend to have a smaller battery life than their larger counterparts in the first list. However, there are ways you can make sure you get the most out of your vape pen battery – check out our tips here.

Should I Buy My Vape Pen In-Store or Online?

The vaping industry really got its start online, but in recent years the number of brick and mortar vaping stores has increased exponentially. So where is the best place to buy your vape pen battery?

  • Brick and Mortar Vape Store: The big benefits to shopping in a vape store is that you get your device right away, you’ll usually be allowed to try it out before you buy, and you’ll have staff on-hand to help you get to grips with your device. However, the downsides are that you have less choice of devices, and it’s also much more difficult to compare prices of various stores.
  • Online Vape Store: Online, you don’t get any hands-on assistance in choosing the right device and you can’t try it out, but it opens up the options available to you hugely. Not only can you find pretty much any device you could want online, you can also hunt for good deals much more easily so you get the best prices. The biggest downside is that you have to wait for (and sometimes pay for) shipping, but the benefits of shopping online really outweigh these downsides.

On the whole, we’d say for the reasons above, it’d be better to buy your vape pen batteries online, but there are benefits to brick and mortar vape stores too, especially if you want some one-on-one support when you’re making your purchase.


Now you know a bit more about some of the best vape pen batteries on the market in terms of battery life and price, as well as where it’s best to make your purchases, you’re in a much better position to find the right device for your needs. If you’re looking for the best performance you can get from a simple device, a sub ohm capable vape pen like the eGo One or the iJust 2 is the best you can do without getting a mod, but there are also plenty of great options if you want to save as much money as possible by switching to vaping.

Lee Johnson

Lee Johnson

Writer at Black Note
Lee is a writer, vaper and tea-junkie from the UK. He quit smoking (without intending to) when he started vaping in 2012, and now writes for EcigaretteReviewed and E-Cigarette Direct's Ashtray Blog. He's always searching for a new all-day vape, loves rebuilding and is passionate about providing smokers with accurate information about the harm reduction potential of vaping.
Lee Johnson

Written by Lee Johnson

Lee is a writer, vaper and tea-junkie from the UK. He quit smoking (without intending to) when he started vaping in 2012, and now writes for EcigaretteReviewed and E-Cigarette Direct's Ashtray Blog. He's always searching for a new all-day vape, loves rebuilding and is passionate about providing smokers with accurate information about the harm reduction potential of vaping.



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