IMPORTANT: BATTERY SAFETY INFORMATION

LITHIUM BATTERIES ARE PRESENT IN MANY CONSUMER ELECTRONICS. DUE TO THEIR POWER AND CAPACITY THERE ARE SOME INHERENT RISKS. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.

CHARGING:

  • Use only appropriately rated cables, adapters and chargers for charging your batteries and devices.
  • Keep your battery charger in a place where you can keep an eye on it.
  • DO NOT leave batteries unattended on a charger for extended periods of time.
  • DO NOT charge batteries near flammable objects.
  • DO NOT over discharge your batteries.

 

BATTERY USE:

  • If using a mechanical mod, know the amperage limit of your battery. Do not over strain your batteries.
  • Batteries with torn wrappers need to be properly disposed of and replaced.
  • Inspect your batteries and chargers for damage regularly. If any damage is suspected, dispose of them appropriately.

 

STORING/KEEPING BATTERIES:

  • NEVER PUT UNPROTECTED / UNCOVERED BATTERY CELLS IN POCKETS, PURSES, BAGS, ETC. WHERE THEY CAN COME INTO CONTACT WITH METAL OR OTHER OBJECTS.
  • DO NOT leave batteries in hot places such as a car or direct sunlight. Excessive heat and cold are bad for batteries and can be dangerous at extreme temperatures.
  • DO NOT leave batteries in your vehicle.
  • DO NOT keep batteries at full capacity for long term storage. It is best to store them at half charge.
  • DO keep your batteries in battery cases designed for the safe storage and/or transportation of batteries when not in use.

 

BATTERY LIFE:

  • Batteries eventually wear out. They should be replaced every 3-6 months, depending on the use and quality of the batteries.
  • Dispose of batteries after 6 months at approved electronics recycling stations and/or facilities.

 

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