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Vape Battery Safety for Internal/Built-in Vape Devices

The information below relates to Starter Kits and Pod Vapes that have built in batteries in the device.

Taking care of your internal/built-in vape devices

It is very important to look after the batteries you use for vaping - battery safety is paramount. Both built-in batteries and removable batteries must be treated with care to avoid unnecessary stress on your vape batteries which can lead to problems

How to charge your vape correctly

Use the correct charger for your device. Each device comes with a charging cable. It is very important to connect your charger to a suitable wall plug. DO NOT USE HIGH AMP WALL CHARGERS. Wall chargers such as those used to fast charge Samsung phones

How to store your vape devices

Always leave your device in a safe place away from flammable materials. Do not leave your device in direct sunlight as this can lead to overheating.

How to handle your vape device

Keep your device safe. Dropping your device can cause internal damage that can lead to venting. We recommend using a silicone sleeve with your device to minimise the possibility of damage.

Why it is important to buy authentic vape devices

Companies that produce counterfeit or "clone" products do not take appropriate safety precautions as there is no chance any faulty products can be traced back to the factory they were made in. This means that clone mods are likely to lack many safety

Why overcharging your vape device can be dangerous

Most devices (all models available on our website) have auto shut off function that stops the device from overcharging. This is the same for phones and most rechargeable devices. Despite these safety features we do not recommend leave ANY electronic

VAPO's disclaimer with vape devices

VEC Limited t/a VAPO will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use of a Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable battery/batteries.