How Often Should You Charge Your 21st Century Smoke E-Cigarette?

E-cigarettes are becoming more popular over the last few years. There is no secondhand smoke, and seemingly has less medical disadvantages than standard smoking. These e-cigarettes run off lithium batteries. With all like batteries, they have potential to fail. Majority of issues with these batteries come from safety and instructional advice being ignored. This failure is more examined when it is in the process of charging the cigarette. Properly charging your e-cigarette is extremely important. Proper charging procedures are something that should be regularly practiced. By doing these practices, safety can be maintained, and the battery can last the appropriate amount of time. There are some things the e-cigarette user should know first.

Certain electronic cigarettes will come with a USB charger. This USB charger should be used on only this brand. Changing them up can lead to the mechanical failure of the cigarette. The bigger vapes use a battery pack charger, and work off most of the same rules. A few select e-cigarettes may come with a portable charger. If this is the case, it will need to be charged before the e-cigarette may follow suite. An indicator the cigarette is charged can range from a green light, or the tip of the cigarette may blink or stay a solid color to indicate charge. The owner’s manual is there to specify the indicators of a charged battery. The e-cigarette tends to come in one of two different designs. The two-part e-cigarette comes with a battery and a cartridge with an atomizer. The three-part e-cigarette comes with a batter, an atomizer and a cartridge.

Safety: Never leave an e-cigarette unattended. This is just like many charging batteries, and is the first step. This cigarette should not be left in any room with extreme heat or cold. Overnight charging is an issue worth examining. Overcharging the electronic cigarette can lead to failure on the cigarette itself, and itself is a safety hazard and can lead to thermal runaway. With that just being said, some base level e-cigarettes tend to require 6-8 hours of charging.

The need for a charge depends on the use of the e-cigarette. The more it is puffed on, the quicker a charge is required. There is no set timeline, but there are indicators based on the design. A standard, beginner’s e-cigarette may blink when it is lacking charge. Another indicator can be how hard the cigarette is hitting. If able to be tested, it is recommended to try to maintain the battery life to 3.5 volts, because this prolongs the battery’s life expectancy. It is important to research the cigarette before purchase and find what fits your needs best.

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