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If you’ve been using the JUUL for a while, you might have noticed that its battery life isn’t that good. In this post, we’ll look at there simple fixes that’ll maintain JUUL battery life.
Officially, the JUUL is not designed to be a powerhouse with respect to battery life.
JUUL says the battery will last about as long as one JUUL Pod. This isn’t ideal, for obvious reasons. So what can you do about it?
For starters, you CANNOT expand the battery life of the JUUL; it’s fixed and non-removable – so you’re stuck with it, essentially.
And this kinda sucks because JUUL battery life is not good -hell, it’s not even average.
What you can do, however, is make sure you get the most out of it.
During my time using a JUUL, I basically came up with three work-a-rounds for combating its sucky battery life, which is detailed in full below:
1.Invest In A Portable JUUL Charger
What if you can’t access a computer during the day? Or you work outside? Simple: get yourself a portable JUUL charger.
These inexpensive accessories work much like a phone power bank; they’re basically portable charging units for the JUUL that you can carry in your pocket.
The Jmate JUUL Charger is considered by many to be the best in the business right now; it’s also pretty cheap too at just $29.99.
Using the Jmate Charger for JUUL, you can charge up to two JUUL batteries while on the move- no wires or plugs required.
2.Think About Usage & Top Up Charging
Normal usage should be less, as it is around 4-5 time stronger than standard E-Juice.
Therefore, you should be using the JUUL less than you would a traditional vape device.
Different contents of nicotine is a big difference, and JUUL was designed with this in mind.
If you’re constantly vaping on the JUUL, try and limit your usage-like you would with a 20 pack of smokes. Don’t just honk on it all the time, as this will kill the battery within an hour or two.
If you treat the JUUL as a cigarette, you’ll get way more from it in the long run, as well as conserve your JUUL pods.
This isn’t exactly easy to do, but with focus and will it can be done.
The big idea here is to quit smoking and get off nicotine for good, right? Limiting your usage helps you get to this goal faster. Be tough with yourself, you can do it and it will save you money and battery.
Beyond this, keep your JUUL charger with you at all times.
If you’re at work and not using it, give it a top-up. Ditto if you’re at home. This way your JUUL will always have battery life.
3.Get Yourself a Spare JUUL Battery
The last option, which I actually ended up doing, is getting a spare JUUL battery.
Running two (or three) JUUL batteries means you can run one down, and then swap it for a fresh one.
Rather than paying full whack for JUUL pods, use third-party pods instead. They’re bigger, cheaper, and come in more flavors-you can check out #1 JUUL Pod Alternatives for current favorites.
And while you’re using the new one, you charge the dead one. Once that one dies, you repeat the process.
Depending on how much you vape, you should be able to get through a full day on two JUUL batteries-though this will depend on your usage habits.
Once one of the battery dies, simply swap it with a fresh one and pop the dead one in the JUUL Charger to charge up.
Personally, I think you’re best off with a combination of #2 and #3 -having more batteries and portable charger case pretty much 100% of JUUL’s battery issues.
It is an investment, obviously, but when you don’t have to worry about running out of battery life, it does start to feel like money well spent.
Using multiple JUUL cells and a portable charger means the only thing I have to remember to do is make sure the portable charger is fully charged.
Once this is done, it takes care of everything else throughout the day.