Replacement Batteries


Recharges up to 380 times!

Currently the strongest, most efficient standard series battery on the market.

The MicroSmoke Electronic Cigarette Replacement Batteries from the Standard series now come in two sizes: ~2.4 inches and ~3 inches

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Availability: In stock.

It's always a good idea to have several batteries: stash one in the car, another at work, and a spare that's ready to go when your current one is charging.




Remember, you can MicroSmoke in lots of places where traditional smoking isn't allowed!

  • 2.4in batteries fit in any of our cases.
  • 3in batteries also fit in any of our cases.

* We now offer your choice of LED color, traditional red and exciting new blue!





MicroSmoke has done some research into the best way to handle your e-cig battery to get the best posible use from your electronic cigarette (also knows as electric cigarette) battery.
It's simple: Keep it in a dry, best room temperature environment (from 60°F to 90°F) at all times, use a stable carrying case for protection when not paffing, and don't overcharge it - unplug when it's fully charged as indicated by your charger LED.



Instructions - How to use

Steps for use your wall adapter, USB charger, and battery:

  • When you plug the wall adapter into a wall socket the light should be come on.
  • When you plug in the USB charger into the wall adapter the USB light should also come on.
  • Then, when you push the battery fully into the USB the LED on the end of the battery will flash a few times and then go out. The light at this time in the USB will change color.
  • When the battery is fully charged the USB light returns to it's original color.

When your battery is fully charged, which can take up to 2.5 hours, you then can put on a cartomizer and puff away; the LED on your battery will glow red or blue, depending on which LED color your battery has.



From wisegeek.com:

"Unlike its predecessor, the nickel-cadmium, lithium-ion batteries do not suffer from the "memory effect." That is, the battery does not have to be fully discharged before being recharged. On the other hand, earlier nickel-cadmium batteries would "remember" where they were recharged, leading them to charge only to that point again. Later developed nickel-metal-hydride batteries also solved this problem.
Though the batteries do not suffer from the memory effect, it is just the opposite that users should be wary of. Lithium ion batteries shouldn't be run all the way down before charging; they respond much better with constant recharges."

"Eventually all rechargeable lithium ion batteries will meet their end. After about two to three years, li-ion batteries expire, whether or not they are being used. To prolong the battery when not in use, store it in a cool dry place at approximately 40 percent capacity. Also, avoid exposing a lithium ion battery to extreme temperatures for prolonged periods of time, and recharge constantly when in use."

With basic care you electronic cigarette battery will last a good long time.