Vape Mods do not always come with batteries, for those mods that do not come with batteries these are what you will need (Note these are flat top Batteries please check your vape mod is designed to take flat top batteries)
The Samsung 30Q batteries are flat top (so please check your mod is capable of using Flat Top batteries before purchasing). These batteries are intended for regulated mods.
- Flat Top
- Nominal Capacity: 3000 mAh
- Nominal Voltage: 3.7V
- Discharge End Voltage: 2.5V
- Max. Continuous Discharging Current: 15A
- Dimensions: 64.85mm (L) x 18.33 mm (D)
- Operational Charging Temperature Range: 0 to 50 degrees C (best below 45 degrees C)
- Operational Discharging Temperature Range: -20 to +75 degrees C (best below 60 degrees C)
All battery purchases come with a free case.
**Battery safety is your responsibility!!
- Ensure your battery wrap is not torn or damaged
- Never allow the battery contacts to come into contact with metal keys or coins etc. This may lead to a short circuit and cause the battery gases to vent
- Never completely discharge li-ion battery (below 2.7V under load)
- Charge fully before first use
- Never attach any metal moving parts |magnet| to the top-positive, or the bottom-negative battery contacts
- Never use force to install (insert) li-ion battery
- Do not use new and old battery cells together (keep your batteries Married). NB. This does not apply to one cell devices.
- Use only high quality battery charger that is designed for these batteries
- Do not expose to heat.
- Do not short (connect) positive (top), and negative (bottom) battery terminals (contacts).
- Keep battery that is not in use in plastic holder (or any insulating [plastic] container completely sealed).
- Do not charge battery over 4.29V (another reason to use high quality battery charger).
- Do not charge unattended..
- Do not store your li-ion batteries fully charged (for extended period of time).
- Store in cold and dry place.
- After battery is discharged – don’t leave it discharged=>charge it as soon as possib