Uwell vape batteries are the safest vape batteries on the market. They’re designed to prevent overcharging, over-discharging and short circuits. However, even with the latest technology, vape companies are keen to highlight ways that you can damage your battery. Here are some tips for how to safely use your Uwell battery:
Keep Wraps Intact
The wraps on your battery will protect it from short circuits, shorts and the likes. If they are damaged or worn out, you should replace them immediately. If the wraps are new, avoid touching them with your fingers as this may cause an electrical short circuit.
Use Suitable Batteries
Your battery should be able to withstand the demands of your vape mod. It should also have enough power to keep up with your vaping style and lifestyle. You should never use a battery that is not suitable for your device because it can cause a fire or explosion.
Use special C-type charging cable
If you want to carry around loose batteries in your pocket or purse, then use battery cases instead of carrying them around free from any protection at all!
Be Wary of Counterfeits
Counterfeit vape batteries are a growing problem in the vaping industry. The good news is that you can avoid these counterfeit products if you know what to look for. Uwell batteries come in packaging that is unique to each individual product.
Use a Dedicated Charger
It’s not uncommon for people to use their mobile phone chargers to charge their vape batteries as well. This is a bad idea because it can damage both devices, especially if you use an unofficial cable or charger. Therefore, be sure to use a C-shaped charging cable specifically designed for charging Uwell Vape batteries.
Don’t leave Your Batteries Charging Unattended
When charging your batteries, make sure that you don’t leave them unattended. Most people think this is common sense, but there are many cases where people forget about their batteries while they’re charging and end up causing an explosion or fire due to overheating.
Try Not to Drain Your Batteries
When charging your batteries, try not to drain them completely before recharging them again because this will affect their life span and performance over time. If possible, try keeping at least 20%-30% charge in your batteries at all times so that they have a longer life span than if they were constantly drained down to zero every time before recharging again.
Steer Away from Extreme Temperatures
Another thing that you should do is steer clear of extreme temperatures when using your Uwell Vape Battery. Extreme cold or heat can damage batteries and reduce their lifespan, so, if possible, try not to expose your battery to either extreme temperature range for extended periods of time. In general, it’s best to store your vape batteries at room temperature when they’re not being used.
For both new and experienced vapers, it’s important to draw the line somewhere regarding safety concerns. That is, your battery isn’t as effectively safe as you’d like to believe it is. For example, if you’re using an unregulated mod, it’s possible for your voltage (and power output) to fluctuate, which can lead to malfunction or worse. You should therefore follow the above easy steps to ensure that the batteries you’re using are safe and fit for use in your vaping setup.