How to take care of your e-cigarette?

2013-12-20 11:01:41

Taknig care of electronic cigarettes?

It is true that e-cigarettes are generally easy to look after and require minimal maintenance; however, it is still important to take good care of them if you want them to continue to perform well and last a long time. Thinking about how much enjoyment your e-cigarette gives you should encourage you to look after it. The good news is that taking care of your e-cig doesn't require lots of hard work on your part. Listed below are some tips we've collated to help you look after your e-ciggy so you can continue to get the best from it:


Always read the manual

* When you first receive an e-ciggy it is a good idea to read the manual as brands can differ in terms their usage and care


Look after the batteries

As e-cigarette batteries are re-usable, it is vital to ensure they are well cared for in order to continue getting the best performance from them; here are some tips on how you can do that:

* When you first receive your new e-cigarette make sure you fully charge the batteries before using it. It is important to do this as it will help the batteries to last longer and perform better

* It is important to keep the batteries clean. Dirt can build up where the battery meets the cartridge, so a weekly clean with a damp cotton swab can improve the connection between the battery and the cartridge, which helps to improve the unit's performance

* Be careful not to overcharge the batteries as this may shorten their life span. Many brands include an indicator light which will change colour when the battery is fully charged

* It is best to recharge the battery before the e-cig becomes totally drained, this will help to prolong the life of the battery

* When you are not using your e-cigarette, unscrew the cartridge from the battery



Cartridges do need to be changed regularly, but it is still important to care for them to help them perform well and last longer, here are some tips on how to do that:

* Don't over tighten cartridges when you attach to the battery as this will make them difficult to remove

* Store cartridges in a cool and dry place and away from high temperatures and moisture

* If you are filling your own cartridges, ensure you don't overfill them as this may cause them to leak and damage the e-cigarette


Correct storing your e-cigarette in a sensible place will help to prolong its life span; these tips offer some advice on how best to store your e-cigarette:

* It is advisable not to carry your electronic cigarette round loose in your pocket or your bag as the dust in these places will damage it

* It is not a good idea to drop your e-cig on a hard surface as this will damage it

* Store e-cigarettes in a suitable environment, away from extremes of temperature such as directly in the sun or outside in your car and away from areas where there is lots of moisture such as bathrooms

* To protect electronic cigarettes from every day wear and tear and to keep it clean, carry it round in a protective storage device such as a portable case





2014-02-14 13:09:14

Reading the manual should be a given but a lot of people are stupid. READ THOSE INSTRUCTIONS

2014-03-30 01:51:23

Thanks for the tips!

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