Smoking has been an activity that has been around for centuries. As humans evolved, so too has our means to engage with the habit. In modern times, alternatives to traditional forms of smoking have come about. In just a few short decades, users have engaged in vaping, which has similarities and differences to its conventional counterpart.
A vape device is made up of several key components. The first part is known as the body, where the user holds it with their hand. There is also the mouthpiece, which the user inserts this part into their mouth to use the vape. The most important part is the battery, which is essential to the device’s function. Some vapes come in different formats, along with different types of batteries.
There are many different kinds of vaping devices available. Unless you use disposable vapes, almost all other vaping devices require charging. The battery component needs to be in the right condition for the vape to operate correctly. You should also learn how to assemble and disassemble the battery component. This knowledge will ensure you become an expert at the vaping experience.
Here is a quick guide on how to charge the vape battery in 5 steps:
Step #1: Starter kit
Depending on the type of vaping device you are using, there could be a few steps to employ at the beginning. Some users could be beginners at the overall activity and may have purchased a starter kit. Start kits ensure the vape is ready to go so that no intricate forms of assembly are required.
Or, the user will already have the vape assembled before charging. Whatever the case may be for your circumstances, ensure you have the right instructions for putting together the vape. By efficiently doing this, you will be able to operate and disassemble as you please.
Step #2: Unscrew the vape
Many users will have a vaping device that is screwed onto the cartridge. If that is the case, unscrew the cartridge aspect from the battery, and connect that to a USB cable. As is the case with many devices connected to a USB cable, do not over-tighten the connection. Forcing a battery to connect to a USB could incur unwanted damage.
In addition, you will want to ensure that the cable is not exposed in any way or form. Plugging a USB cable into an overtly damaged outlet could result in an extremely dire situation. By following basic safety protocols, the vape’s battery will be able to be charged without much trouble!
Step #3: Plug the vape
As mentioned previously, the next step of the process involves plugging in the USB cable to the wall. Once you ensure the battery is connected to the cable, plug the cable’s end into an AC adapter. As is the case with the cable, double-check the adapter to ensure no damage has been incurred.
After all, the pieces have been connected accordingly, plug it in and rest the cable on a flat surface. Check out the vape charger’s indicator, which should now have a light. This indicates that the battery is now charging without delay. Once the charge has been finished, a different light should pop up.
Step #4: Wait for the vape to charge
Now, with other tech products, you will have to wait for the battery to finish charging. When it comes to different types of vaping devices, the waiting time for a full charge may differ. Some may take up to four hours to charge completely, while others may take up less time.
Whatever the case may be, ensure you allow the battery to charge fully. Unplugging it in the middle of a charge may make your vaping experience short-lived. When you have the time, double-check the lighting indicator on the charger. If it is lit in green or starts flashing, it may signify that the charge is finished.
Step #5: Removable battery
In some cases, a battery may come in a removable format, which may require a unique approach to charging. As a result, follow the instructions on the provided vaping package, and conduct the right steps.
Most of the time, it is a relatively simple process compared to a standard vaping device’s battery placement. Since the flexibility of the battery’s position is simple, you will have no trouble charging it similarly. Also, follow the same guidelines and safety tips as you would for other charging processes to be on the safe side of things!