Lithium-ion batteries are volatile. They may burn or explode with improper use. Do not use or charge with non-approved devices. Overuse of a vaping product may cause this product to overheat, malfunction, and/or cause burns.
Proper use guidelines: Do not leave this product unattended while charging anytime or overnight and avoid charging in your vehicle. Keep battery away from high heat, direct sunlight, cold temperatures, humidity and water as injury can occur. Do not replace batteries with non-approved units. Do not mix new and used batteries or different brands. When charging keep away from flammable areas such as wood floors or carpets. Always use a fire resistant container or bag. If battery or device looks damaged, refrain from using the item. If you witness the battery starting to balloon, swell up, smoke, or become very hot, immediately disconnect power to your location from the circuit breaker. If a circuit breaker is unavailable, disconnect from the outlet. Do not approach battery for at least 2 hours and make sure that the room is ventilated. Never drop, damage, or tamper with batteries and refrain from using any battery that has had any of these events occur to it. Never attempt to charge directly from the wall outlet. Always use a surge protector. Do not throw batteries into fire. Do not connect your batteries improperly. Do not carry or store batteries together with a metallic necklace, in your pockets, purse, or anywhere else where they may become exposed to any type of metals. Do not install tanks on mechanical mods unless you have a firm understanding of the risks. Keep away from children and pets, should a child/pet chew on a battery, immediately consult a physician and or call your local Poison Control Center. Always turn off your vaping apparatus between uses and unplug any charging apparatus in between uses. Failure to follow these guidelines can result in electric shock, fire, burns, property damage, or bodily injury.