When’s the Right Time to Swap Out Batteries in That Still-New Open Pod System?

When’s the last time you paid attention to the battery of your open pod system? While open pod systems are capable of lasting for years, the batteries in them may not be. Even the most advanced devices in the world require batteries being replaced from time to time, as batteries of all kinds have a life span.

So, how do you know when it’s time to change the battery of your open pod system? Read on to find out.

Signs Your Battery Needs to be Changed
First, let’s discuss the clear signs that the battery in your open pod system is no longer capable of functioning properly.

Sign #1: Barely Holds a Charge
The most obvious sign that a battery is on its way out is its failure to hold a charge. If you find that your battery goes into the red way more quickly than it did when you first bought it, it’s time to replace it.

Sign #2: Takes Too Long to Fully Charge
If a battery takes way too long to reach a full charge, this is another sign that it’s no longer in good shape, and needs to be replaced. This means that the charger has to work overtime just to get the battery to where it needs to be, and that’s no good for your device or your charger.

Sign #3: Potential Leaking Issues
If your vape battery is leaking, it’s pretty much urgent that you replace it right away. Not only can a leaking battery be damaging to your device, but it can be dangerous as well. If the battery is stuck to the device because it’s leaking, you should consider replacing your entire setup.

Sign #4: Interfering with Your Vapes
A dying battery can interfere with your ability to feel satisfied when you’re vaping. Primarily, you’ll likely have weaker hits, as it can longer provide the right voltage level to give the power needed to produce a significant amount of vapor.

Integrated Batteries vs. Replaceable Batteries
Now, let’s quickly talk about the difference between the two kinds of batteries you’ll find in open pod systems. Most pod systems have integrated batteries, meaning that they’re built in. Still, there is often a way to remove them, and if you need to, we recommend taking your kit to a vape shop and having a professional do it for you. Alternatively, some kits have replaceable batteries, which means that all that you need is to buy a new one that’s equally compatible.

Making Sure You Use the Right Battery
Speaking of compatibility, that’s key when it comes to replacing the battery of your vaping setup. You want one with identical specs, especially when it comes to the size, voltage and capacity. Otherwise, your vaping setup may give you problems. In some cases, using the wrong battery with your device can be extremely dangerous.

We strongly recommend that if you’re replacing an integrated battery, you speak to a professional before doing so. This can be difficult to do, as you need to have the right battery, and know how to install it properly. Trying to break open your device can lead to disastrous results, as can poor installation.