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The interior of a car heats up quickly, even in relatively cool weather. In just under an hour, the temperature inside a car can skyrocket to 50ºC. If you leave your battery alone in the car, you’ll be lucky if it isn’t damaged when you return. On the other hand, if you’re unlucky, you might end up with a front-row seat facing the explosion. Simply put, leaving a battery in the car just isn’t a good idea.

If you’re hitting the road, ideally you should seal the battery inside a plastic bag and leave it in a cool place. On the other hand, if you are in an emergency, the least you can do is place it down in the car and away from direct sunlight. 

Another little tip to keep in mind when travelling; remember to separate your batteries. If the metal parts of the batteries touch each other or any other metal surface, they can short out and sometimes cause an unintentional fire when travelling by train or plane.  

Reduce the voltage of your electronic cigarette 

During the summer, the most common problem for vapers is battery overheating. All vaping devices contain some sort of lithium-ion battery. When severely overheated, lithium-ion batteries explode. The explosion itself is dangerous and the battery will become useless afterwards. You must therefore always keep your batteries at the right temperature because they will start to overheat from 37 ºC.

When it comes to disposable e-cigarettes or even tube e-cigarettes, you don’t have to keep an eye on the voltage. On the other hand, when it comes to a box-type e-cigarette with multiple voltage settings, it is usually best to lower the voltage during the summer months.

This helps prevent overheating, and since hot weather tends to affect e-liquid anyway, it usually doesn’t take as much voltage to produce the same cloud of vapour as usual.

Keep your battery out of the sun 

Even when you’re outside with a nice breeze, leaving your battery in direct sunlight is a bad idea. In addition to discolouring and deteriorating your e-liquid, direct sunlight can also overheat your battery and lead to a potentially dangerous situation.

Vaping outdoors on vacation is always appealing, but it’s best to stay in the shade where it’s easier to keep your battery from getting too hot.

During the summer months, it’s essential to follow these safety tips to get the most out of your summer vaping experience. The sun is probably your vaping gear’s worst enemy, and the battery is your device’s most vulnerable component.

This is why it is essential to protect it and pay particular attention to it.

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