WHAT’S SMART ABOUT AN E-Cig?
The electronic cigarettes sold by Stop Smoking incorporate a small microprocessor that will sense when the inhalation has been exceeded and stop the nicotine vapour. This processor will also show the user when its time to charge the battery and when the battery is charged by flashing the LED tip.

HOW DO I  CHARGE THE BATTERY?
Most e-cigarette kits have two types of charger: A mains charger, and a USB charger for your pc. Some cigarette kits come with an additional Car Charger.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CHARGE THE BATTERY?
For the majority of models, an initial charging time of 8 hours is recommended. After that, most models of electronic cigarettes take between 2/3 hours to charge on the mains charger.

HOW DO I KNOW WHEN THE BATTERY IS CHARGED?
Some chargers come with a LED indicator which changes from red to green. The LED is usually red when you place a discharged cigarette battery into it, and will change to green when the battery is fully charged. Other e-cigarette batteries will illuminate while on charge and extinguish when fully charged.

WHY DO I NEED TO REPLACE THE BATTERY?
Lithium batteries permanently lose capacity over time. This is why e-cig batteries have a relatively short life of 2-3 months. The electronic cigarettes are considered as consumables, hence the reason why the separate parts need to be replaced.

BUT IT ISN’T WORKING?
If however you experience problems with your battery i.e. the LED does not light up when you inhale on the cigarette, this generally means the battery either needs a good charge or that the battery is faulty. Remember before going to bed disconnect the battery from the atomiser, batteries can drain over night as they are in standby mode when not being used.

HOW DO I KNOW IF THE BATTERY IS FAULTY?
If when you screw your battery into the charger the light does not change from green to red, and/or flash to indicate that the battery has connected to the charger, then it is probable that the battery is faulty. When you inhale on the e cigarette (with a fully charged battery) and there is no vapour, nor does the LED light up, this may indicate a faulty battery. however this may also be caused by the atomizer, so please try a fresh atomiser before reporting the battery as faulty.

THE BATTERY IS EXHAUSTED HOW DO I DISPOSE OF IT?
Batteries of all types should now be disposed of by taking to a recycling area, these can usually be found in supermarkets in your area. On no account should they be sent to landfill by placing in your domestic waste

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