Battery Safety

Vape Battery Safety

All of our vape devices run on high-powered Lithium Ion batteries. These types of batteries require proper storage and handling for safety, maximized life, and optimal power output.

Be sure to follow the care and handling tips below and feel free to reach out to our support team for any questions you may have. 

Things you should do πŸ‘

Always use a battery case

Store your e-cigarette batteries in a protective, non-conductive case.  We have several case options available in our accessories section. 

Consider safety features

All of the devices we sell come with advanced security features such as firing button locks, overcharging protection and vent holes just in case.

Replace old/damaged batteries

If your battery wrapper or your battery is damaged in anyway always replace it as soon as possible for a new one.  Make sure to use a battery that is compatible with your device for optimal performance and safety

πŸ™…β€β™€οΈ Things you should not do πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈ

Do not Store batteries improperly

Never carry loose vape batteries in your pocket or purse. Metal objects such as loose change and keys can short the battery causing it to vent or explode which could result in severe injury or death. 

Do not charge your batteries unattended

Do not leave your batteries unattended while charging anytime and especially overnight. You should not leave your batteries charging unattended in your vehicle. Unplug the charging apparatus in between uses and remove batteries from the charger when they have completed charging.

Do not expose batteries to extreme temperatures

Keep your batteries away from high heat, direct sunlight, cold temperatures, humidity and water. Exposing your batteries to extreme temperatures could cause them to explode resulting in sever Injury or death.

Do not use damaged batteries

If you battery, battery wrap, or device looks damaged, do not use it.  It's always safer to purchase a new one and to dispose of a damaged unit.  Damaged battery wraps in particular are very dangerous.  If your battery wrap is torn or peeling, replace it immediately.

Do not Mix Batteries

Do not mix new and used batteries or pair batteries from different brands.  Every battery is different and has its own technical specs.  Using two different types of batteries could damage your batteries and the device.

Keep away from children and pets

Keep your vape batteries away from children and pets. Should a child/pet swallow or chew on a battery, immediately consult a physician and or call your local Poison Control Center.

🚨 Warnings 🚨

•  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.

•  When charging, keep away from flammable areas such as but not limited to wood floors and carpets. Always use a fire-resistant container or bag.

•  Never attempt to charge directly from the wall outlet. Always use a surge protector.

•  If you witness a battery starting to balloon, swell up, smoke, or become very hot. Immediately disconnect the power to your home or office from the circuit breaker. If a circuit breaker is unavailable, disconnect from the outlet. Do not approach the battery for at least 2 hours and make sure that the room is well ventilated.

•  Do not use any charger other than the one provided to charge your device. You should always confirm that the margin g apparatus is appropriate to charge the battery.

•  Do not attempt to charge batteries unless they are specifically labeled as “rechargeable”.

•  Always have a fire extinguisher in the event of a fire.

•  Do not use mechanical mods, these devices have no protection mechanism and if they are used improperly they could cause the battery to explode.

•  Do not use products you purchased from other sources in conjunction with products sold by us unless you have confirmed with us that they are compatible.

•  Please recycle or dispose of vape batteries according to local law.