Long ago, we used to have gadgets that used so many batteries that it was expensive to keep them running. Nowadays, devices like vapor cigarettes use rechargeable and recyclable lithium-ion batteries. They last longer, and they are eco-friendly!
But how do you make them last even longer? It would certainly be a boon not to be wasteful and just keep using the same battery until it is completely out of service.
#1 Proper Battery Storage
This one should be pretty obvious. On the other hand, we still see many people keeping their vapor cigarettes’ batteries in their cars.
The sun and heat put a dent in the lifespan of your battery. In fact, the heat will most likely make it catch fire and explode. Never forget it in your car. We mean it.
Now, another obvious solution to extending the life of your battery is to keep it away from water. Furthermore, you should also do as much as you can to prevent dropping it. The Harsh impact can harm any device.
#2 Recharging at the Right Time
Never wait until the last moment to recharge your battery. Ideally, you should do it when there’s still some juice left, so it’s easier for it to recharge.
Dead batteries take longer (and use up more energy) to pick up the slack, and that damages its lifespan. Keep your charger around at all times.
#3 Don’t Overcharge
Similarly, you shouldn’t leave your battery charging indefinitely. You’re doing more harm than good by forgetting it in an outlet.
As soon as you see the battery is fully charged, take it for a spin!
#4 Not Using Your Vapor Cigarettes? Remove the Cartomizer
This doesn’t mean you should remove the carto every time you go to bed. That would just be silly. But let’s say you’re going on holiday for a few weeks to a country that doesn’t allow vapor cigarettes.
Your carto always drains a bit of battery even if you don’t use the device. By disconnecting it, you’re bound to get a lot more recharges from your battery.
Keep all these four tips in mind, and you should enjoy a long-lasting battery. Take heed of number #1 on the list. We can’t tell you how many stories of exploding batteries we’ve read on e-cig forums!