How long does Eleaf battery last?

Answered by Michael Wilson

The battery life of the Eleaf battery can vary depending on a few different factors. One of the main factors is the wattage that you are using. If you are using the Eleaf battery at its maximum wattage of 80 watts, you may find that the battery life is not as long as if you were using it at a lower wattage.

Another factor that can affect the battery life is the type of coil that you are using. The Eleaf battery is compatible with different coils, such as the 0.4Ω coil and the 0.8Ω coil. The lower the resistance of the coil, the more power it will require to operate. This means that if you are using the 0.4Ω coil, which has a lower resistance, you may find that the battery life is not as long as if you were using the 0.8Ω coil, which has a higher resistance.

Additionally, the type of tank that you are using can also affect the battery life. If you are using the supplied GTL Pod-Tank, which has very low wattage recommendations, you will likely have a longer battery life compared to using a tank that requires higher wattages.

Based on my personal experience with the Eleaf battery, I have found that if I am using the 0.4Ω coil with the GTL Pod-Tank, I can usually get around 2 days of battery life before needing to recharge. However, if I switch to the 0.8Ω coil, I can push the battery life to 3 or maybe even 4 days.

It’s important to note that these are just estimates and the actual battery life can vary depending on your individual usage patterns. If you are a heavy vaper and use the Eleaf battery frequently throughout the day, you may find that the battery life is shorter compared to someone who only uses it occasionally.

The Eleaf battery offers a decent battery life, especially when used with the recommended wattages and coils. However, if you are someone who requires higher wattages or uses the device heavily, you may find that the battery life is not as long as you would like.