Battery Safety

When using multiple batteries in a device, use the exact same batteries with the same amps, mAh, power, and charge.

What to do:

  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Check your batteries regularly for tears and other kinds of damage.
  • Keep track of battery life. Discard battery after no later than 12 months of use.
  • It is recommended to use a battery that provides 5 amps more than required amount.
  • Make sure the charger you are using is provided by the manufacturer.

What not to do:

  • Don’t use in a device that can exceed max battery wattage or amperage.
  • Don’t leave your batteries unattended while charging.
  • Don’t carry batteries without a protective cover or in pockets with coins and/or keys.
  • Don’t stack batteries in an unregulated mod.
  • Don’t put near heated places or expose to anything over 100 ᵒC (212 ᵒF).

Some more ways to keep safe:

  • A well vented mod prevents overheating. It allows the hot gas to escape, giving you time to place the batteries in a safe place, in case of an explosion.
  • A fuse can come in handy. It connects magnetically to the top of the battery and breaks the circuit when the current is too high.
  • If you have a mechanical mod without the fuse, it is advisable to buy a resistance checker. If there’s a momentary setback when checking the resistance, it can get dangerous. A resistance checker keeps us safe.


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