Technically, most sub ohm devices are not batteries but mods containing batteries which are either removable by the consumer or not. Some are battery banks, but almost all sub ohm mods are control units powered by 18650 cells or multiple batteries. There are two exceptions I can find if you only count authentic vape batteries: the Aspire CF and Vision High Voltage.
The Aspire CF Battery
Aspire is better known as a maker of high-end tanks like the Nautilus and Atlantis. Their Aspire CF (carbon fiber) is a new 2000-mAh and you can use it with the Atlantis tank. In fact, that is what the Atlantis was made for. Customers can buy a kit containing the 2000-mAh CF and Aspire’s Atlantis tank. The tank offers airflow control, a Pyrex tank, and a sub-ohm build.
The Aspire CF 2000-mAh battery has a nearly square screen showing all pertinent values.
Inside the threading well there is a spring-loaded connector so, although the Atlantis makes an ideal connection, you can choose a different model like the Kanger Subtank Plus or Smok Vapor Chaser Tank instead. Any 510-threaded tank or RDA will take its place with no trouble. A spring-loaded connector also enhances the stability of your connection.
At the base of the Aspire there are 6 vent holes to reduce the chance of overheating your battery. An LED-lit button glows or blinks depending on what it’s trying to tell you. Watch out for a blue light to indicate you are within a healthy range of 3.5 volts to 4.2 volts. Otherwise, you will see an orange light which shows your battery is at 3.5 volts or less. Maximum output is 40A and minimum resistance for this battery is 0.3 ohms.
If the battery is getting low on power, your orange light will begin to blink. There are protective features: defense against a short circuit, a short-circuited atomizer, over-discharge (when you charge overnight and don’t remove fully charged batteries right away), and low voltage.
In any of these instances, the battery will shut off to prevent damage from occurring. At 3.2V, the Aspire CF will simply go into sleep mode until you recharge the battery with a USB device. You can lock the battery in the “off” position so it will not be fired in your pocket when you twiddle with it while waiting in a line up for your coffee or if a child starts playing around.
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Vision High Voltage Sub-Ohm Vape Battery
The Spinner and Nunchaku are Vision’s best-known products, but they also make a sub ohm battery called the High Voltage.
This 40-watt battery costs around $35 (roughly the same as an Aspire CF) and measures 94 mm long. It works with 0.25-ohm coils and is charged via micro-USB. Just 4 vent holes are built into the base.
Again, this is a lockable device and protected from the same problems which beset users of the CF and other high-powered batteries. This is a definite step up from the Vision Spinner although the Spinner is pretty in its many metallic colors.
Sub ohm batteries like the Vision High Voltage are perfectly paired with tank atomizers which are designed to handle 40 watts or less, perhaps a maximum of 50 watts. For instance, you could buy the Aspire Atlantis, Kanger Subtank, Sense Herakles, JoyeTech Delta II, or the Matrix Sub Ohm Tank by High Voltage.
In a search for the High Voltage by Vision, this tank could come up as well. Its coils work at 0.2 ohms to 0.6 ohms and handle as much as 80W (like the Smok M80). This 5-ml Pyrex tank has vents at the drip tip and base.
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A High-Tech Sub Ohm Battery Bank
The Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro is a battery bank and sub ohm device. It is easy to use and can be locked for safety. With 4500 mAh power, you can be sure there is power for two days of vaping or enough to vape and charge something else over a period of 24 hours.
The Pro’s display shows resistance, power, and how many puffs you have taken. Attach the Innokin iSub which was designed for the release of this high-powered mod and battery bank sold in pink, black, silver, blue, or gold. A Pro takes you all the way to 60 watts.
For something closer to the Aspire CF or High Voltage in terms of power but in a different shape or design, the 30 Watt Eleaf iStick or an Innokin iTaste MVP 30W make excellent alternatives. The Vox Mod by VaporFi is also a good product while Smok makes the Groove II and JoyeTech has the eVic Supreme which boasts a screen that allows you to download personal photos and use them as screen savers.
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