VAPE BATTERIES, CHARGER, AND ACCESSORIES
Much like any other electronic, vaping devices need something to power them. Vape batteries come in many different forms, but are generally lithium ion rechargeable batteries. Similar to the ones found in cell phones, most vapes use batteries that are hard wired into the devices and will usually use the same charging cables that cell phones use. Some units use batteries that are removable by the user. These usually take the form of 18650s, 20700s, and 21700s. While 18650s are the most commonly used removable vape battery, there are devices on the market that use less common cells such as 18350s, 18500s, and 26650s.
Vape chargers take many forms. Anything from simple cables, to multi bay voltage monitoring cradle chargers. What charger an individual would need is dependent on the style of vape devices or vape batteries one has. Most, if not all devices that have built-in hard wired batteries will include the appropriate charger needed for the unit. Most newer devices are using USB-C charging cables, but some older styles of devices use micro USB cables. Any vaping device that uses batteries that can be removed usually have some form of on board charging like a micro USB or USB-C, but it is generally strongly recommended to use a cradle or bay charger for the overall health, efficiency, and longevity of both the device and the batteries.
Besides vape batteries and vape chargers, there will be other vaping accessories one might need. These can include, but are not limited to; coils, replacement glass, drip tips, and other vape products. While not everyone will need all of the aforementioned vaping accessories, most will need at least new vape coils.