Battery Safety Guidance

Following our simple Battery safety guidance points will support you in looking after the battery of your electronic cigarette. As with any battery powered device if it isn’t looked after and charged properly then it can cause damage such as causing a fire risk and shorten the life of the product.

  • Always ensure that batteries and chargers are charged and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Dispose of or recycle batteries in accordance with your local rules and regulations.
  • Do not leave charging batteries unattended. If the unit can be turned off then do so when not in use or unplug.
  • Ensure that batteries are charged on a hard and flat surface such as a table away from any heat ensuring that connections are clean.
  • Always buy you batteries and charging equipment from a reputable company like us here at the vape caddy.
  • Check the packaging your new products come in for the ‘CE’ safety mark and that the company can provide you with proof of their authenticity if required.
  • NEVER allow batteries to come into contact with other metal items such as: money, other loose batteries and keys. This can short circuit batteries. When carrying or storing loose batteries they should always be stored in a protective case.
  • Do not mix battery brands and chargers unless their compatibility has specifically been confirmed.
  • If the battery appears in anyway to be damaged including torn plastic surrounding the battery (insulation) or it appears to be leaking, or isn’t working as it normally should then cease using it immediately and dispose of it in accordance with you local guidelines.
  • Do not expose the battery to extreme heat, cold or direct sunlight and never allow contact with water.

Following these simple battery safety guidelines and they should help you to have a safe and enjoyable vaping experience.