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Battery Safety

Internal Batteries

In the world of modern devices, it’s crucial to understand how to safely handle internal batteries. Following this advice and maintaining care is paramount for your well-being.

1. What Are Internal Batteries?

Internal batteries are located inside your device. To charge them, you use a cable that connects to a specific port on the device. In recent years, USB Type-C has become the standard for charging newer products. These batteries are typically lithium-ion and come with a mAh rating, which determines their charge capacity. Smaller devices typically range between 900mAh and 1600mAh, while larger devices can go up to 5000mAh.

2. Safe Charging Practices

– Always use the charging cable and plug provided with your device.
– Avoid fast charging your device, as it can impact battery health.
– Do NOT use chargers meant for phones and tablets or directly through your wall, car, TV, sound bar, PC, and sofa USB sockets.
– Charge your device on a hard, flat surface to prevent overheating.
– Never leave your device charging overnight.

3. Charging Precautions

– Keep the charging port clean and dry.
– Regularly inspect the condition of your charging cable.
– Disconnect your device from the charger when it’s fully charged.
– NEVER use your device while it’s charging, as it can be unsafe.

4. Emergency Measures

If your device becomes hot or damaged during charging:

– Safely turn off the power source.
– Immediately stop using the device.

5. Recommended Accessories

When it comes to accessories, it’s essential to choose the right ones:

– Use chargers specifically designed for e-cigarette products.
– Consider investing in a charger designed for in-car use.

6. Safety First

Remember, your safety is our priority. Always practice good battery safety to ensure the longevity of your device and, most importantly, your peace of mind.

External Batteries

External batteries are a crucial component of advanced vaping devices. To ensure your safety and the proper functioning of your device, it’s essential to understand how to use and care for these batteries correctly.

1. Battery Basics

– External batteries are designed to be charged separately from your vaping device.
– They provide the power needed for advanced vaping products, allowing you to adjust your device’s power as desired.
– Most devices require one or two external batteries, but some advanced models can use four or more.

2. Battery Types

– External batteries come in different forms, such as lithium-ion and lithium-polymer.
– Safe usage requires specialized knowledge of the appropriate battery type for your device.

3. Safety Precautions

– Not recommended for beginner vapers; thorough research on safe usage is essential.
– Use only battery chargers specifically designed for your battery type.
– Place the charger on a hard, non-flammable, flat surface (not on a bed or carpet).
– If batteries become hot, immediately disconnect the power source and stop using them.

4. Care and Storage

– Proper care is crucial for your safety.
– Store batteries in a case, separately, and never loosely in a bag or pocket.
– Ensure the battery wrapping is in perfect condition; discontinue use if there are dents or tears.
– Battery re-wrapping should be done safely using appropriate guides and is not recommended for beginners.

** It’s absolutely crucial that batteries never touch**

5. Stay Safe

Without the correct knowledge and care, these products can be extremely dangerous. Prioritize your safety by following these guidelines.

For more information or assistance, contact your vaping device manufacturer or consult with a knowledgeable vaping expert.

Never leave any external batteries or internal battery devices in direct sunlight and avoid extreme temperature fluctuations.