What are the best vape mods?

Looking at what vape mods are and the best options for every vaper
What are the best vape mods?
The answer to this question isn't as complicated as you might think. When you hear "vape mods" it can sound very abnormal, but a mod is basically stands for "modified e-cigarette". Some vapers refer to it as a "Method Of Delivery" in terms of the delivery of power.
There are hundreds if not thousands of different mods, and in this article we will have a brief look at the different options available to vapers of all experience levels. This article won't cover cig-alikes or pen style vapes, this is simply focusing on the battery section.
Internal battery mods
Internal battery mods: These are very easy to use. They come in various shapes, sizes and powers, or "mAh".
The mAh stands for "milli-Ampere-hours" and indicates how much electric charge the battery can provide. These range from 1500 - 5000 mAh. No doubt in the future they will get even bigger.
When you're out of battery, simply plug in a charger cable and a couple of hours later you will have a full charge.
The advantages of using an internal battery mod is that you don't have to worry about removing the batteries, battery safety, or buying external chargers; Ideal for people that are new to vaping.
External battery mods: These are slightly more technical, and other factors come into play. Firstly, they come in various configurations; Single, dual, triple and quad battery. The more batteries, the more power, or the longer the battery life.
The fact that you can remove the batteries is helpful to most vapers. You can buy an external battery charger and charge up several batteries at one time. This is great if you are worried about running out of battery. If you do, simply pop out the dead batteries and throw in your fully charged ones. The only issue to consider (and a very important issue at that!) is battery safety. You must ALWAYS keep your batteries in a plastic case or specialized battery case. Batteries can be very dangerous if they come in contact with metal, if they do, they can vent (or explode).
Mechanical mods/mech mods/unregulated mods: Unregulated or mechanical mods don't have a screen, digital power control or circuit board and runs directly off a battery. Since there is no circuitry, and the batteries keep providing continuous power, vapor production reduces as the batteries near the end of their lifespan. This also means that no matter how low the resistance of the coil is, a mech mod will keep firing while its regulated counterpart will either shut off or give an error. This can be dangerous if too much power is drawn from the battery or there is a problem with a coil, and can result in the cell exploding.

    Experimenting with different vape mods can help you find the best way of vaping for your personal needs. Working your way up from beginner level is always recommended. There are pros and cons with each device, but there is undoubtedly something for everyone, it all comes down to how you as an individual want to vape.
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