♦ Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer carefully.
♦ Take notice of any warnings supplied with the product.
♦ Ensure that e-cigarettes are not left charging for long periods of time.
♦ Do not leave e-cigarettes plugged in overnight or when you are out of the house.
♦ Look for the CE mark that indicates chargers comply with European Safety standards.
♦ Do not overload plug sockets.
♦ Check that your electrical products have not been recalled.
♦ Avoid buying counterfeit or substandard goods.
♦ Switch off appliances at the socket when not in use.
TURNING THE BATTERY ON/OFF
Most batteries will have a function to lock the button. Locking the battery will prevent the device from working while it is not in use. To lock or unlock the battery, simply press the button five times (three on some devices). This will cause the button on the battery to flash. If this does not happen, try again pressing the buttons a bit faster.
To test if the battery is locked, just hold the button down and see if it still lights up. The button will not light up if it is locked.
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Before attempting to charge the battery you must ensure that the connection is clean. To do this, scrunch up a sheet of kitchen roll and wipe inside the battery connector. You should also clean the threads around the side of the battery. Regular cleaning of the battery will also extend its life.
Place the USB charging cable into a good quality USB wall plug adapter. Please ensure that you only use the charger supplied by us. Our wall plugs are only sourced from the UK.
Use of third party chargers and wall plugs with our batteries will not only invalidate your warranty, but could also put your safety at risk.
After cleaning, attach the battery to the USB cable. If the battery needs to be charged, the light on the charging cable will turn red (Some of our more advanced systems may have different charging procedures and will be provided with full specific charging instructions of their own). Once the battery has been fully charged, the light on the charging cable will turn back to green. The battery should be removed from the charger at this point.
Do not leave the battery attached to the charger once the charging process has completed and NEVER leave the battery charging unattended or overnight.
GENERAL ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE USE AND SAFETY
Do not carry your Electronic Cigarette in your trouser pockets. This can cause them to snap or become damaged and will invalidate any warranty.
Never leave a charging battery unattended or charge on flammable surfaces/materials.
Refer to safety guidelines. Alternate the batteries, as uncharged or unused batteries may fail. Keep the battery connections and USB connection clean by wiping lightly with a tissue. Our normal batteries and devices come with a three month warranty from the date of purchase. The newer Aspire batteries come with a six month warranty and are provided with a warranty card that will have been completed at the time of purchase. All warranty claims must be accompanied by Proof of purchase.
The heating elements in your electronic cigarette are semi-disposable items and will need to be replaced at regular intervals.
Not to be used by persons under the age of 18. Keep all Electronic Cigarette equipment and E-Liquid out of the reach of children.
Batteries and tank units will not last forever. If your battery is fully charged but the tank does not produce vapour or the vapour is significantly reduced you will need to replace the tank. If the battery is fully charged but requires further charging after little use; this indicates that you will need to replace it.
Do not dispose of the battery in fire or heat. Do not leave the battery near a heat source such as fire, cooker, heater or direct sunlight.
Do not immerse the battery in water or snow.
Keep in a cool dry place.
If your battery or charger becomes damaged or is leaking or emitting excessive heat, do not use.
Extra care should be taken if you live in a communal environment. Especially if other people may be using Oxygen tanks or other flammable devices.
Batteries must not be disposed of with your normal house hold waste collections. Please return them to us and we will dispose of them in the correct way. Dispose of responsibly. “Recycle-more” offers advice for recycling at home … www.recycle-more.co.uk
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your Electronic Cigarette, please ask one of the members of staff in our shop. Especially if you have just received your kit and would like us to run through the instructions again with you.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY NOTIFICATION
As previously stated, USB chargers are not universal. If you live or work in an environment of multiple ecig users, ensure that you are only charging your device with the charger supplied for the device that you wish to change.