It is important to take precautions when handling batteries.
Here are some general safety warnings/rules:
- When charging your battery via USB, never over tighten in the charger
- Never over-tighten atomisers onto your battery, screw only until contact is made
- Remove batteries from the USB immediately the light turns green
- Never leave a charging battery unattended
- Always charge your battery on a fire retardant surface
- No matter which type of battery you use, you should discontinue its use if damaged
- Never use a battery with frayed or damaged wires, or torn insulation.
- Never use a LiPo battery that has visible damage to its outer covering.
- Never use a LiPo battery that feels soft, or has swollen.
- Immediately cease use of the battery if, whilst using, charging or storing the battery, the battery emits an unusual smell, feels hot, changes colour or shape or appears abnormal in any other way. Should any of these things happen you should dispose of the battery in the correct manner. Never send a faulty battery in the post.
- Do not place the battery in fire or heat the battery
- Do not stack batteries on top of each other in a device
- Do not pierce the battery in any way
- Do not drop, strike or otherwise subject the battery to strong impact or shocks
- Do not solder directly onto the battery
- Do not expose the battery to water or salt water or allow the battery in any way to get wet
- Do not dismantle or modify the battery in any way
- Do not use the battery if the screw head spins independently of the main casing
- Do not use the battery if there is any sign of damage, if it feels hot or the battery feels soft or swollen
- Do not place the battery near fire, cookers or other high temperature locations. Do not place the battery in direct sunlight or use the battery inside a car during hot weather
- Do not place battery inside high pressure containers
- Please Do Not Take Your Safety For Granted
We are not responsible for any damage caused by misuse or mishandling.