Important Information about Batteries and Mechanical Mods

  • Mechanical mods have no "automatic shut-off".  Holding the firing mechanism for an extended period of time (longer than required for a single draw) will cause the atomizer to become extremely hot and may cause burns.
  • Never "stack" batteries (using two 18350 batteries) in your APV (Advanced Personal Vaporizer, aka: "Mod").
  • Be sure to lock the firing mechanism when not in use to prevent accidental overheating.
  • Ensure that the end caps are not over-tightened onto the battery - this may lead to battery malfunction.
  • Always ensure that your battery and build are compatible - a sub-ohm build can cause some batteries to overheat or malfunction, and may cause injury.
  • Never put a mod in your pocket, purse, or anywhere that may cause it to unintentionally fire if not locked properly.
  • Never submerge the battery or APV in water, or expose to excessive moisture or heat.
  • Avoid over-tightening atomizers (RDAs, etc.) onto the threading of the APV.  "Finger tight" is all that is required to make a good connection to the mod.
  • Store batteries in a non-conductive battery case.
  • Recharge drained batteries (resting voltage >3.6 V) as soon as possible.  Leaving batteries in a discharged state will cause irreversible damage (capacity / cycle loss).
  • Do not short circuit - the battery will release a tremendous current.
  • Do not dispose of battery in fire.
  • Do not leave batteries in vehicles.
  • Do not carry batteries loose in your pocket, purse, or anywhere that can make contact with other metal objects, as this may short circuit your battery.
  • Never leave a charging battery unattended.
  • Discontinue use of a battery if it looks worn, shows sign of damage (dents, rust, or signs of leaking), the outer wrapping is torn, if it becomes abnormally warm or hot, or is showing other unusual signs.
  • If you are using a temperature control (TC) device, you must use the corresponding wire. Nickel, or Ni200, and Titanium coils are exclusively meant to be used with temperature control devices. Do not use a kanthal wire on TC mode, or a Ni200 / Ti coil on watt mode.

 Lifestyle Vapor, LLC is not responsible for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary, whatsoever, that may be caused by the use or improper use of any battery or APV.  Please have a basic understanding of the batteries you are using and how to care for them properly.