If you are using batteries, it is important to know how to handle them properly.
Here at Vapextech, we understand there is an element of care when it comes to using batteries. We want to ensure you are storing your batteries safely, which is why we have made this the focus of our latest post.
While injuries are not common when storing batteries, it is important to remain vigilant. One such area to focus on is avoiding damage or injury. With a number of myths surrounding storage, such as putting batteries in the fridge; we are here to dispel myths and keep you safe.
Vapextech would recommend avoiding extreme heat or cold when storing batteries you are not using. These type of conditions will reduce the performance of your batteries.
Do not store them in your fridge as this could result in corrosion
For the more serious Airsoft skirmisher who carries an advanced AEG weapon you need 11.1v batteries to match this type of firepower! Lightweight and powerful, these batteries are designed to fit into the crane stock or into the hand guard of your weapon. They are available with either a mini Tamiya or Deans fitting. Multi cell batteries are sometimes referred to as butterfly batteries.
These batteries pack a serious punch so make sure they are the right type of Airsoft battery for your weapon before purchase.
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