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Battery Safety


Lithium batteries can provide extremely high currents and can discharge very rapidly when short-circuited. Although this is useful in applications where high currents are required, a too-rapid discharge of a lithium battery can result in overheating of the battery, rupture, and even explosion.

NEVER leave batteries unattended when charging

When charging batteries via USB – NEVER over-tighten them in the charger

Never over-tighten atomisers or clearomizers onto your device, screw only until contact is made

Don’t heat, incinerate or reverse polarity

Do not over-charge or over-discharge

Always use the correct charger for the batteries

Always use the exact batteries recommended, do not attempt to economise by buying alternative batteries. The increased risk of an explosive event is not worth it

Do not put batteries on wood surface or carpet when charging

Remove batteries from the charger immediately the light turns green, DO NOT leave charging overnight.

Store safely in specially designed battery containers – NEVER loose in your pocket or bag where they could come into contact with other metal items and cause a dangerous explosive event.

Discontinue using a battery if it fails to retain a charge or looks damaged in any way

We are not responsible for any damage caused by misuse or mishandling

Please dispose of safely and according to WEEE regulations