Lithium-Ion batteries in electronic cigarettes are similar to the batteries used across the world in everyday devices like mobile phones and are considered safe.
Batteries have gone through extensive testing and most models have a built-in protection circuit. It is vital to keep the following points in mind, as there can be personal safety risks if used improperly.
Please use the link below for full UK government guidelines
- Use the On/Off feature when your electronic cigarette is not in use.
- Consider using Vape products with safety features and don’t remove or disable those features.
- Only use the charger supplied with your product. Different batteries use different chargers.
- Never leave charging batteries unattended overnight.
- Never submerge batteries in water or expose to extremely low or high temperatures.
- Safely dispose of batteries once they have reached their end of life (WEE Derivative).
- Always carry loose batteries in non-conductive containers. Plastic or cardboard containers are fine.
- NEVER carry with metal/metallic objects such as loose change or keys.
Read the Government Guidelines on e-cigarettes battery safety
Read more about Personal Vapour’s battery usage guidelines