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KIK E-Cigarette Training Series: Ecig Battery Infomation & Safety

By January 5, 2017E Cigarette Safety

here are a wide variety of batteries used in KiK vaping devices. This page will go through each of these batteries, how they work and all the relevant safety information.
E-Go E-Cigarette Battery – Vape 01

The E-Go e-cigarette battery is the most common style of battery and is used on the KiK Vape 01.

Activating On/Off Function
To activate your E-Go battery simply click the power button five times in three seconds and repeat this process to turn it off. An LED light on the button will flash three times to show that this has worked.

Using Your Battery
Switch on your battery once it has been connected to your clearomizer and hold your finger on the button whilst inhaling.

Charging Your Battery
Simply remove the battery from your vaping device and screw it on to your USB charger to be charged through a powered USB port. Charging takes 2-3 hours and the LED light will turn from red to green once the battery is ready to use again.

Safety Notes
DO NOT use a smartphone or tablet wall charger USB port. Their current is far too strong which can lead to overcharging, overheating and possible explosion.

DO NOT leave charging batteries unattended or on charge overnight
EVOD Battery – Vape 02 and Vape 03 EVOD Spinners

The EVOD Battery is used in the Vape 02 and EVOD Spinners used in the Vape 03. The same instructions provided for the E-Go Battery above apply

Safety Notes
DO NOT use a smartphone or tablet wall charger USB port. Their current is far too strong which can lead to overcharging, overheating and possible explosion.

DO NOT leave charging batteries unattended or on charge overnight
18650 and 18350 Batteries

18650 and 18350 batteries are more specialist batteries designed for our MODs. The difference between these two is their physical size. Please ensure that you have selected the correct size for your device, as many MODs do not come with a battery. Note that these batteries are re-chargeable and don’t often come with a charger. We recommend that you use a universal charger designed for UK electrical sockets. This eliminates the need for a converter plug.
DO NOTovercharge your battery
DO NOT leave your charging batteries unattended or on charge overnight

What does mAh mean?

mAh is a scale indicating battery capacity when fully charged. The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last between charges. For example, a Vape 01 uses a 650mAh battery, which will last around 650 drags between charges. Whereas a 900mAh battery for the Vape 02 will last anywhere between 800 and 900 drags.

Please use this information when determining the battery for your MOD. Something like the Innokin VTR requires a greater mAh power letting you enjoy it for even longer between charges.
Are KiK Chargers Safe?

Unlike the issues you may have seen with cheaper products on the market, KiK are primarily concerned with the quality and safety of their products. To ensure our chargers are safe, they have been designed with an automatic cut-off function. This means that once your battery is fully charged and the LED on your charger turns green, no more power will go into the device. This eliminates the potential for the battery to overcharge.

Can I use an alternative charger to charge my battery?

No, you should only ever use the charger that comes with your product as these have been designed specifically for our devices.

All you need to know about electronic cigarettte battery information & safety is here: http://www.kik.co.uk/battery-safety-information

YouTube Video here: http://youtu.be/tZekhaUf1wE on ecig battery information & safety
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In this video, Allison St. John of TV Station KPBS in San Diego, CA interviews Jeff Stier, Director of the National Center’s Risk Analysis Division and Dr. John Pierce of UCSD Moores Cancer Center.

In this segment, Jeff Stier discusses the real issues shaping the debate on e-cigarettes and the underlying problems with making reckless regulations. Not ALL regulation of e-cigarettes are bad, Stier points out. There should be restrictions on sale of e-cigs to minors as well as product safety standards. however trouble arises when legislatures and federal regulators do not consider the consequences.

E-cigarettes have had the misfortune to include the word “cigarette” in its title, which instantly gives them a negative connotation. However, e-cigarettes are completely different than regular cigarettes. They do not have the harmful tobacco in them as cigarettes, and while the addictive nicotine is there, nicotine in and of itself is no more harmful than caffeine.

This small excerpt from the KPBS News, broadcast on 4/7/14 and featuring National Center Risk Analysis Division Director Jeff Stier, has been posted under fair use guidelines for the purpose of non-profit, educational public debate by the National Center for Public Policy Research, a 501(c)(3) educational foundation under the Internal Revenue Code. For more discussion of these issues, please visit: