How Should You Charge Your Vape Batteries?

If you’ve picked up vaping recently, you need to make sure you know everything necessary to ensure you’re using the products in the right manner. From choosing the right vape liquid for yourself, to picking the right device, and then taking great care of that device.

Speaking of taking care of the device, it is highly important to know how to properly charge the E-cigarette batteries to ensure safe vaping.

A vast majority of people have started vaping, and with the rise in vaping culture, a lot of smokers have also shifted to vaping due to the health hazards associated with conventional smoking. However, there has been a growing concern of people getting hurt with vape devices. It must be noted that a rechargeable battery needs proper treatment, and if you fail to do that, it can sometimes fail in a very violent manner.

At Juiced Out Vapes, we always provide sufficient safety guidelines and information on how to use the product. However, we will recap all those tips here as well, so that you don’t have put in efforts to find those instruction manuals.

Here are some important Dos and Don’ts for charging your vape battery safely.


Do: Using The Charging Cable provided

Whatever vape kit you purchase, you will get a charging cable with it. These cables have been tested by quality assurance teams to ensure that they are safe and reliable when used. If you’re using the cables provided and plugging them in the right place, you will definitely reduce the risk of overheating and ultimately damaging your vape battery.


Don’t: Use a Phone Charger To Charge Your Device

All the mod kits you will find at Juiced Out Vapes use Micro USB port, just like you get with almost all the brands of mobile phones. However, this does not mean that you should charge your vape device using the phone charger. It must be noted that a phone battery is purposed to charge a touchscreen, media player, phone receiver, and other things, whereas a box mod only has to charge a small coil. This is why phone batteries require far more electricity as compared to an e-cigarette battery and if you plug in a phone charger to your vape, you will basically pump up way more electricity than the batter can handle.


Do: Charge Your Vape Device From The USB Port On Your Computer

All vape device batteries require small amount of power delivered over time to charge sufficiently. The power output of your computer or Laptop’s USB ports are right for your e-cigarette’s battery. Therefore, you can use this option.


Don’t: plug Your Vape Battery Into a Main Socket

As mentioned above, you vape does not require a lot of electricity to charge up. Mains socket delivers huge amount of power and that too, very quickly. If you choose to charge your device through mains socket, you run at a risk of over-charging the battery, which weakens the battery and also produces extra heat. Know that a damaged and overheated vape is very dangerous. Never wire your e-cigarettes into the mains.


Do: Check Your Charging Battery

All the e-cigarettes and vape devices you see at Juiced Out Vapes come with LED indicators. These screens will let you know when the battery is low and when it’s fully charged. Therefore, when it needs charging, plug it in, and when it’s sufficiently charged, unplug it immediately. Don’t make the mistake of leaved the device wired to the power source for hours, because this only raises the risk.


Don’t: Leave It Plugged Overnight

A lot of people who are new to vaping, end up having their devices turn too hot to touch after charging and ultimately see the sideboard smoldering. This happens when you plug the vape battery and go to sleep. It gets hot if you leave it plugged for too long. When the device gets too hot, it can cause a fire or pop. You’ll wake very cranky if it pops next to your face. However, if it starts a fire, you might not be able to wakup at all..


Head over to Juiced Out Vapes to get all the best vape equipment and e-liquids at a very affordable price. We provide ample information on how to use each product, along with details regarding the ingredients of each product and the procedure of how to use them.