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On Monday I was about to buy a device with an external battery, but I backed out at the last minute, I just don't think I'm ready for it at the moment, so I'm going to give it some time until I feel ready.

In the mean time, I bought a new device with a 2 000 mah built-in battery.

Now I would really like this device to last for awhile, until I'm ready to make the switch to external batteries. So I want to take care of it as best as I can. So I have a few questions.

I used the device for the first time last night, it came charged with about 80% battery, I allowed it to charge to full while I waited for my coil to soak up the juice. Started the device off at 5 watts and worked my way up to 25 watts, the recommended wattage for the coil. Later in the night I turned the wattage down to 20.

After vaping for a few hours on 25 watts, the device now stands at 54% with 75 puffs taken. Is this normal?

Should I have charged my device to full for the first use? Should I drain my device on the first use and then recharge to full again? Some sources say that you should do it with a built-in battery and some say no. I'm aware that with external batteries you should not let the battery dip below 40%. Is the same true for built-in batteries?

Sources also say that you need to store your batteries at 40% or above if you will not be using them for a few weeks, I know this is meant more for external batteries, but could it be beneficial for built-in batteries as well? I generally vape every night for a few hours, from about 22:00 to 01:30. But I tend to charge my battery before it runs out of power, generally when it's just above 40%.

How long do built-in batteries generally tend to last and how can I make sure the battery lasts for as long as possible?

Also where would be the best place to store my device when I'm not using it? I generally leave it in my bed side drawer.

On Monday I was about to buy a device with an external battery, but I backed out at the last minute, I just don’t think I’m ready for it at the moment, so I’m going to give it some time until I feel ready.In the mean time, I bought a new device with a 2 000 mah built-in battery.Now I would really like this device to last for awhile, until I’m ready to make the switch to external batteries. So I want to take care of it as best as I can. So I have a few questions.I used the device for the first time last night, it came charged with about 80% battery, I allowed it to charge to full while I waited for my coil to soak up the juice. Started the device off at 5 watts and worked my way up to 25 watts, the recommended wattage for the coil. Later in the night I turned the wattage down to 20.After vaping for a few hours on 25 watts, the device now stands at 54% with 75 puffs taken. Is this normal?Should I have charged my device to full for the first use? Should I drain my device on the first use and then recharge to full again? Some sources say that you should do it with a built-in battery and some say no. I’m aware that with external batteries you should not let the battery dip below 40%. Is the same true for built-in batteries?Sources also say that you need to store your batteries at 40% or above if you will not be using them for a few weeks, I know this is meant more for external batteries, but could it be beneficial for built-in batteries as well? I generally vape every night for a few hours, from about 22:00 to 01:30. But I tend to charge my battery before it runs out of power, generally when it’s just above 40%.How long do built-in batteries generally tend to last and how can I make sure the battery lasts for as long as possible?Also where would be the best place to store my device when I’m not using it? I generally leave it in my bed side drawer.

Submitted November 11, 2020 at 01:15PM by StuckInASippyCup
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