Variable Voltage Vape

Variable voltage vape pen batteries could be considered one of the most common types of vape batteries in today’s market.  Albeit, variable voltage is still a feature and while it is still a feature it is also the most common and arguably the most widely sought after feature among today’s pen style vape batteries, concealable vape batteries, and other high-end vape batteries. Variable voltage is the equivalent of power windows in today’s new car market; pretty much every car has power windows and the same goes for vaporizers; almost every vaporizer on the market has some for variable voltage.  This is why it is reasonable to consider variable voltage as its own category as it pertains to types of vaporizers. 

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Variable Voltage Vaporizers and Vape Pens

The variable voltage vape feature allows the vaper to adjust the power setting of their vape battery. While some vape batteries are simple and have only a single, straight-forward voltage power setting; the vast majority of the vape batteries available in today’s market give the vaper the opportunity to adjust the power in order to work in better harmony with whatever prefilled 510 thread cartridges and the oils, concentrates, or other contents they are vaping. It’s widely accepted that being able to adjust the power settings through variable voltage brings about a better vaping experience. This is mostly attributed to being able to lower or raise the power settings in order to meet the suggested voltage settings for the specific prefilled 510 thread cartridge, oils, concentrates, or other contents being vaped leading to a better overall vaping experience.

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If you are one to follow progressions, many people start off using a vape battery that has a single voltage power setting. This is usually the case because some people that are new to vaping are unaware that variable voltage vape batteries exist or they do not yet fully understand the premise behind variable voltage vaping, how to use it correctly, or how it benefits them. However, in most cases, once the majority of people get the hang of vaping they tend to look for upgraded vaporizers and those vape batteries usually have variable voltage features. The most common variable voltage features are click-through, push-button, and twist.

Click-through variable voltage vape batteries are most commonly found within pen-style vapes; although, there are a fair amount of concealable vape batteries that also have the click-through variable voltage feature. The vast majority of click-through variable voltage vape batteries work by quickly and consistently pressing the power button three (3) times. They also tend to incorporate preheat into this functionality feature whereby the user has to quickly and consistently press the power button two (2) times. You can tell when most variable voltage settings have changed when the LED lights on or around the power button flash, change colors, or a combination of both.

The push-button variable voltage vape pen feature is found in many concealable vape pens and is usually paired in conjunction with vaporizers that have a digital readout. So, if you have a vape battery with a digital readout it most likely also has variable voltage and you will most likely adjust your power settings with push buttons. Push-button variable voltage vape pen batteries work in the same manner the volume buttons on a TV remote control work. They are usually marked with a plus or a minus sign whereby the plus raises the voltage and the minus lowers the voltage when pressed. Some variable voltage vapes goes as far as being able to dial into the tenths of decimals. You will usually find the push-buttons close to the digital readout or placed conveniently so that you can change your voltage setting and read your digital screen at the same time.

The newest variable voltage feature option is to twist knob. You can find the twist knob variable voltage function on both pen-style vapes as well as concealable vapes. Concealable vape batteries with this feature can have it with or without a digital readout. For pen-style vapes, you will usually find the twist knob on the bottom of the pen battery. It will typically have markings on or around it to indicate what voltage you are setting it to when you twist the knob. Concealable vape batteries can have the twist knob located anywhere on the unit, but usually, they place it so you can twist the knob and read the digital screen at the same time. Most often twisting to the left (counter-clockwise) will lower the voltage while twisting to the right (clockwise) will raise the voltage.

Although it’s not the newest of technological advances, there are some vape batteries that have the ability to analyze, identify, and change the variable voltage power settings to be optimally in tune with the prefilled 510 thread cartridge being used. Honeystick makes one of the most advanced versions of the variable voltage vape feature with their Honeystick AeroBee model. This variable voltage vape battery is made out of airplane grade aluminum, has a digital LCD screen, and can dial into variable voltage vaping on a level never seen before. With the Honeystick AeroBee, you can find your sweet spot in one of three different ways. You can set it by volts, watts, or temperature (both Fahrenheit and Celsius). If you use the temperature power setting on the Honeystick AeroBee it will also tell you how many watts that translates to. If vaping satisfaction was a scale of sorts with taste on one end and intensity on the other; the Honeystick AeroBee is best equipped to help you find your sweet spot based on the prefilled 510 thread cartridge you are using and the oils, concentrates, or other contents you have in that cartridge.