The best batteries for your Mech or regulated Mods

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  • The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch’s.


    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    The best for your mech or regulated mods depend on the voltage, the number of amps, the reputation of the manufacturer. Mooch is a tester specializing in batteries. And his job is essential to have a vape as safe as possible for Mech mods, in particular.

    For several years, he has offered a list of the best batteries that can be used in Mech or regulated mod. If you have some pennies, donate to him on Patreon, he well deserves it. He has a Youtube channel where he regularly performs battery Lives and other tests. Note also that this list is quite old and there is a new one in preparation.

    The best batteries for Mech mods

    Batteries in Mech mods are essential and they will determine whether you still have a hand or a face after your first few puffs. Always use good quality batteries as well as the vendors where you get your supplies. The list below goes from the best to the correct. So the first battery on the list is always the best, the second is worse than the first, etc.

    18650 20700 21700
    Samsung 20 S (30A for 2 000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sanyo NCR2070C (30A for 3500 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Samsung 30T (35A for 3000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Molicel P26A (25 A for 2600 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sanyo NCR20700A (30A for 3100 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Molicel P42A ( 30A for 4000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sony Murata VTC5D (25A for 2700 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Molicel INR-20700A (30A for 2800 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Samsung 40T (25A for 4000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sony Murata VTC5A (25A for 2500 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Vapcell (12A for 4900 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    The best batteries for regulated mods

    Batteries don’t need that much security for regulated mods. Because the chipset will take care of everything. However, bad batteries can catch fire or stop working after just a few uses.

    18650 20700 21700
    Molicel P26A (25A for 2600 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sanyo NCR2070C (30A for 3500 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Samsung 30T (35A for 3000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sony Murata VTC5D (25A for 2700 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sanyo NCR20700A (30A for 3100 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Molicel P42A (30A for 4000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Sony Murata VTC5A (25A for 2500 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Molicel INR-20700A (30A for 2800 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Samsung 40T (25A for 4000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Samsung 25R (20A for 2500 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

     

    Sanyo NCR20700B (15A for 4000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

     

    Vapcell G50 (15A for 4900 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

     

    Samsung 20S (30A for 2000 mAh)

    The list of the best batteries for your mods, whether in Mech or regulated. The list is Mooch's.

    Calculate the necessary amperage of your batteries on regulated boxes

    The Vap’Extrême channel made an excellent video (in french) on the batteries where it shows a calculation that can be made to know if our batteries are able to support an regulated box. That is to say if the batteries are sufficient for the power that we send. The calculation is as follows:

    Amperage required = Maximum power of your vape / Number of batteries / Minimum voltage per battery / 0.95

    Basically, if you are vaping at 100 watts (maximum) on an electro box, then the calculation is as follows:

    (100 watts / 2) / 3.2 / 0.95 = 16.44 amps

    We’re going to take the minimum voltage, because it will drop over time as the chipset sends the same power all the time. And in general, a battery at the end of charge is 3.2 volts. The number 2 is the number of batteries and the value 0.95 is the amount of energy that is consumed by the chipset. On average on all regulated boxes, the chipset consumes 5% of the batteries. So in our case, if you have low quality batteries, they will start showing Low Battery or something similar if they get to half charge.

    For example, a Samsung 25R has 20 amps and at 100 watts, we draw around 16.44 amps, so it will discharge very quickly. It is not a question of security. You do not fear anything on an regulated box, unlike the mechs. Except that this simple calculation allows you to take the necessary batteries according to the wattage at which you are vaping.

    Beware of rewrapped batteries

    This list does not mean that you have to buy these batteries for your mods. It simply indicates the best batteries that have passed all the tests. When you buy your batteries, make sure the seller offers original batteries. Because there are many counterfeits. There are only a few battery manufacturers in the world with Samsung, LG or Sony. Molicel is an exception, but everyone else is rewrapper. This means that they take batteries from the 3 major manufacturers and put their packaging on them.

    This implies that when you buy rewrapped batteries you cannot be sure they are from the same batch. Some may be very good while others will be less so. Among the best sites for batteries, you have NKON which delivers everywhere in Europe or Fogstar in England. The latter only ships to England, but it also offers wholesale prices if you buy a lot of batteries at the same time (value over 60 pounds).

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