NEVER LEAVE A BATTERY ON CHARGE UNATTENDED
Just like with a mobile phone or a tablet, vaping devices/batteries should never be left on charge overnight or unattended.
Whilst all the devices we stock have built-in safety features to prevent overcharging, it's always best to err on the side of caution.
NEVER USE A DAMAGED BATTERY
If your battery is showing signs of damage, then it could be unsafe to use and should be responsibly disposed of.
NEVER KEEP AN EXPOSED BATTERY WITH METAL OBJECTS
If you're carrying your vape device/battery in your pocket, bag or similar, then it is vitally important that it is kept away from and doesn't come into contact with any other metal objects such as coins, keys etc. as this could damage the battery and potentially cause serious personal injury.
NEVER EXPOSE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES OR DIRECT SUNLIGHT
A battery exposed to high temperatures can be very dangerous. Never leave a battery in a vehicle during warm weather, or near a heater or other heat source, and keep them out of direct sunlight (including near a window) - it could be hotter than you think!
ALWAYS USE A SUITABLE POWER SOURCE
Unless otherwise stated, vaping batteries are not designed to be charged with a high current, and you should only use a USB power source with an output of 5 Watts (5 Volts at 1 Amp) or less.
If you're using a mains adapter and are unsure what the output is, it's usually printed (or on a sticker) somewhere on the plug. A typical plug will show something like "5.0V DC / 1.0A / 5.0W" meaning that the output is 5 Watts. If you're still in any doubt then please contact us.
ALWAYS USE A GOOD QUALITY CHARGING CABLE
Always use a charging cable from a reputable supplier. When it comes to your safety, it isn't worth using an inferior/counterfeit product for the sake of saving a pound or two.
ALWAYS APPLY COMMON SENSE
A battery is a portable power source, and whilst extremely useful and convenient, should be treated with care and respect at all times.
Whilst we have made every effort to highlight the important factors above, we couldn't possibly list everything that you should/shouldn't do with a battery, so caution and common sense should always be applied when using and handling batteries of any kind.
ALWAYS KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN, PETS, AND ANYONE WHO IS UNAWARE OF OR DOES NOT UNDERSTAND THE POTENTIAL DANGER OF BATTERIES!