- Always keep rechargeable batteries in a case. Never keep them in your pocket or purse, metal objects such as loose change and keys can short the battery and cause severe injury.
- Lithium-ion batteries are volatile. They may burn or explode with improper use. Do not use or charge with non-approved devices. Overuse of vaping apparatus may cause this product to overheat, malfunction, and/or may cause burns.
- Do not leave this product unattended while charging anytime or overnight, and do not charge it in your vehicle.
- Keep away from high heat, direct sunlight, cold temperatures, humidity and water.
- Do not mix new and used batteries or different brands.
- If battery or device looks damaged, do not use.
- Never drop, damage, or tamper with the batteries.
- Do not throw batteries into fire.
- Always turn off your vaping device in between uses.
- Please recycle or dispose according to local law.
Charging External Batteries (18650;20700;21700 etc) Properly:
- We do not recommend charging external batteries with a USB cable as this can lead to the following --
- Overheating of the device and batteries
- Not fully charging the batteries, leading to a shorter lifespan.
- Over-charging the batteries.
- Potential shortage of batteries.
- Potential shortage of devices.
- We do recommend purchasing a 2-Bay or 4-Bay battery charger, as these provide charging "caps" which will turn off charging once batteries are full charged, limiting the chance of shortages with in the batteries.
- We currently carry various Efest chargers, which are some of the most reputable battery chargers in the industry.
Charging Internal Battery Devices:
- Charge with the provided USB Cable.
- Do not charge overnight, in your vehicle or unattended.
- Do not charge longer than 5 hours, depending on the size of the battery.
- Over-Charging batteries can cause over-heating, and eventual shortage of battery/device.