How do you know when your EVOD is charged?
KangerTech EVOD Manual Battery How to charge? The battery will flash 3 times and turn off when attached to the charger. When the battery is fully charged, the LED on the USB charger will turn from red to green.
How do I charge my EVOD vape pen?
To charge your battery, simply remove the clearomizer, and thread your battery into the USB charger. The light on your charger will turn RED when dead, and turn GREEN when fully charged.
How do I use Kangertech?
To turn ON / OFF press the fire button 5 time in 2 seconds. Squeeze the plastic bottle (Squonking) to get your desired amount of liquid into the tank, press the fire button and vape. If the button is pressed for more than 10 seconds the unit will automatically shut down. Release the button and fire again to reactivate.
Can you charge a vape overnight?
Don’t leave your e-cigs charging overnight or unattended. Not all chargers switch off automatically once fully charged and if things start to go wrong, you need to be there to intervene quickly. Unplug the USB charger or wall plug charger when the battery is fully charged. If your e-cig is damaged, don’t charge it!
What does the red light on my vape mean?
If the light on your vape battery is flashing red – it’s time to recharge. Simply connect the pen battery to the charger and insert into a USB port on a computer or other electronic device. The light on the battery and charger should illuminate, letting you know that it’s charging up.
Can you put water in a vape?
For one, water turns into steam around 212°F (100°C), much lower than the lowest setting on just about any vape. At worst, this could burn your airways or mouth. At best, you ‘ll just be inhaling a little steam.
Why is my vape leaking?
Fill your vape tank properly One of the most common reasons vape tanks leak lies in the filling. You have to be filling your tank properly. There should always be a bubble of air at the top, this helps create a vaccum in the tank and can help prevent e-liquid from leaking out of the airflow holes of your tank.