Are Disposable Vapes Safe?

CCELL Marketing 2022-12-30

Disposable vapes are some of the most popular cannabis products on the market. Their ease of use makes the vaping experience convenient and fun for both new consumers and seasoned connoisseurs alike.


However, when people see the word 'disposable,' they often think of unsafe, cheaply made, or low-quality products. After all, disposable items are meant to be thrown away after only one use.


With the recent proliferation of disposables now available, it's understandable that people are concerned about disposable vape safety.


The good news is that disposable vapes are safe, so long as a reputable and high-quality manufacturer makes them.


To learn more about what disposable vapes are, how to safely use them, and where you can find the safest disposable vape, then continue reading below.


Disposable vs Reusable Vapes


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Disposable vapes are vapes you can find that are ready to go. These vape products have everything contained within one unit, from the battery to the cannabis concentrate atomization hardware.


Unlike traditional cartridges, the cannabis oil or vape juice is loaded into a reservoir and connected to an internal battery. The full unit is disposed of once the oil runs out since they can't be refilled.


Disposable vapes have become so popular due to their convenience and ease of use. It can be as easy as inhaling from the vape right after opening the package.


No worrying about connecting cartridges or pods, losing half of the device, or refilling the reservoir—just puff as you go. They come in many shapes, sizes, and colors as well.


On the other hand, reusable or rechargeable vapes that require cartridges also come in many different forms. These can be small batteries for discretion, or massive behemoths that can withstand days of non-stop use.


Usually, one needs to buy a pre-filled cartridge or load their own oil into a tank when buying rechargeable or reusable vapes. These vapes can be recharged and used hundreds of times.


Are Disposable Vapes Safe?


The short answer to this question is a resounding yes (assuming that the pre-filled concentrates are from reputable sources), but with one condition: disposable vapes are only safe if a reputable company makes them.


Unfortunately, cheaply made vapes are prevalent on the market, and they can have many issues. While these vapes can look or perform similarly to well-manufactured vapes, there is more than meets the eye. The three main problems are with materials, quality control, and safety features.


Substandard materials can lead to impurities or toxic matter ending up in the vape oil. Poor quality control can lead to reliability issues and lends disposables to a higher rate of failure/nonfunction.


The lack of safety features can lead to a broken or overheated unit, or even hot oil in your mouth! However, similar problems exist with rechargeable batteries and cartridges produced by companies with substandard production methods, materials, and quality control systems as well.


That's why you should always buy disposable vapes and batteries or cartridges from quality manufacturers such as CCELL.


How Are CCELL Disposable Vapes Different?


CCELL only crafts superb, safe, and quality-controlled disposable vape batteries. Their batteries don't leak, have many fail-safe features, and always use the best materials available.


CCELL disposables are so well made that they outclass many rechargeable models from other companies, and easily outshine other disposables.


No Leakage

Every CCELL disposable is made to combat leakage problems. All potential leakage points are protected to ensure that no vape oil will end up in your pocket or bag.


Auto Shutoff / Inhalation Protection

CCELL disposable vapes are the safest disposables available due to their built-in safety features. All disposable batteries have auto shutoff and over-inhalation protections.


If you inhale for too long, the battery will automatically shut off. This keeps the battery from overheating and keeps you safe from scalding.


Superior Materials


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CCELL knows that starting with the best material creates and allows for the safest vaping experience. That's why all of their disposable vapes are made using medical-grade stainless steel.


You can be sure that no toxins or impurities from the device itself will end up in your vape oil or your lungs.


How to Recharge a Disposable Vape


Did you know that many CCELL disposables can also be recharged? Although it may sound like recharging shouldn't be a feature, it's actually an important one.


After all, life happens, and sometimes we can’t finish our disposable vapes before the battery runs out. Whether the vape is left out for a long time or the vape oil just keeps giving, you may need to recharge your disposable.


Just make sure that you do so safely by following these handy tips:


• Always use the correct type of charger for your battery, and make sure the ports fit correctly.

• CCELL disposable batteries use micro-USB ports, but other manufacturers may use something else. CCELL will be releasing products with USB-C options soon too.

• Use a high-quality charger (CCELL’s are the most reliable), and don't forget to unplug the battery after charging, whether in your car or at home.

• Never use knockoff chargers because the power output may not be suitable for your vape OR the power source.


Use the Safest Disposable Vape


When you want quality and safety that you can toss when you’re finished, look no further than CCELL disposable vapes. All CCELL batteries are made with safety at the core of their design from start to finish.


It all starts with the best materials, the implementation of numerous safety features, and expert quality-control inspections. When you vape from a CCELL disposable, you can rest assured that you're using the best and safest disposable vape on the market.


The next time you're looking for a disposable vape in a dispensary, make sure it's a CCELL! All you have to do is check for the "Powered by CCELL" logo on the box or on the back of the device.


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