Batteries can be dangerous if handled improperly - they can heat up and potentially lead to fires and injury. Please pay close attention to the instructions of your vaporizers and batteries, make yourself familiar with our guidelines below and if you are ever unsure please seek advice.

 

Handling Batteries

-Do not insert backwards

-Do not overcharge - our chargers all have overcharge protection to prevent this, but we still recommend leaving the battery on charge for no more than 6 hours.

-Do not leave the battery in a discharged state for a long period of time. Once discharged it should be recharged as soon as possible.

-Keep away from moisture and liquids. Do not short circuit.

-If the battery shows signs of damage, please discard it properly

-Do not leave batteries within reach of children and pets

 

What do Amp ratings mean?

Batteries and Mods have Amp ratings. The amp rating of the Mod is how many amps it requires the battery to supply. Therefore, the rating of the battery must be equal to or greater than the rating of the Mod. A Mod rated at 20A can be used with a 20A or 30A battery for instance, but using the Mod with a 10A rated battery can be dangerous.

 

What does watts mean?

The wattage rating of a Mod decribes how much power it will put through the coil/head. Too high wattage risks damaging your coils, too low wattage will produce little or no vapour. Do not exceed the wattage rating of your coil. If your Mod is capable of exceeding the rating, ensure it is set to a lower setting before applying power.