The DO's and DON'Ts of vaping:
NEVER use damaged batteries - using a damaged battery will never end well. If there appears to be fault, if the wrapping is damaged or frayed, or your battery fails to keep charge,
don’t leave battery charging unattended - not keeping an eye on your vape while it’s charging is a safety risk. Most well-made mods have a cut-off point where they stop charging when they are full but unfortunately this function fails sometimes. In order to avoid overcharging your battery, make sure you check it regularly and never charge at night while you’re sleeping.
DON'T exceed the amps of your battery - understanding Ohms Law is a vital part of battery safety. Take the discharge rate (the amps) divide it by your voltage level by coil resistance (ohms) and never exceed this rating
DON'T charge or rest your device on flammable surfaces - Never rest your mod on a pillow or flammable device and it’s important to prevent exposure to direct sunlight. Therefore, DON'T leave it in your car or on your windowsill for long periods of time.
DON'T mix and match sets of batteries or battery chargers - while many batteries and chargers may look the same, you should never mix and match these components because the voltage output may be different which will damage your batteries.
NEVER over-discharge your battery - This can be as harmful as overcharging your device as it cause serious damage and weakens your battery.