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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.