NITECORE I2 BATTERY CHARGER (DUAL PORT) The Nitecore Intellicharge i2 is a universal, automatic smart-charger that is compatible with almost all types of rechargeable batteries.
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Buyers Guide | Chargers

When it comes to maintaining a Vape, you need a vaporizer battery charger with you at all times. We have it all here. From the basic micro USB and general-use thread chargers- all the way to Bluetooth enabled super-smart chargers, we have it all for you. There is no point in buying a high-end MOD device when in the end you are going to charge it with some sub-par charger. To make the most of your device get your hands on the right kind of charger for your vape device. The simple thing to remember here is that if you have spent so much time and energy picking out the perfect device, might as well spend some more of both those resources to complete the kit.  

We carry everything you can possibly need. From chargers with features like charge readouts to extremely high-quality generic chargers that are more than capable of getting the job done. It is not a pleasant experience to be stuck with drained batteries. After all, you might even have the world’s best vape kit with you, but without a battery, it’s practically of no use.

For the prolonged life of the device, the battery needs to be of great quality. You are talking about a device that you are going to be using practically every day, life span is everything.
Most devices and mods that you buy will come with built-in batteries, but even for those, you need to get the perfect battery charger to charge the external batteries.

Most older box mods do not have the ability to provide even charging and it is not advised that you use them as the primary mode of charging. For safety concerns, non-balanced devices tend to stop charging once the cells reach whatever the maximum voltage is, that leaves one battery fully charged and all others partially charged,

Things To Consider When You Pick A Charger
When it comes to picking up a battery charger, the first and foremost thing on your mind should be the safety features that you get along with it. Batteries should never be left unattended for a long time, but on the off chance that you do leave them for an extended period of time, your charger should not overhear and cause a mishap in the house.

Read as many reviews as you can about the charger in question. A common problem with most chargers is that they indicate that the batteries are fully charged well before they actually are. This can often lead to shortening the overall life of your battery. A good charger will always ensure that you have an accurate reading of the charge available in the battery.

The final thing that you should pay attention to is the charging input rates. Certain chargers have the capacity to go to about 1.5A charging, this might make the process faster but it does end up being a little hard on your batteries. Usually, chargers that provide lower amp ratings fare better for the batteries.

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