Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Troubleshoot E-cigarette Battery

An electronic cigarette is a device that is operated by a battery power and gives the user the nicotine optional vapors by heating the nicotine solution without producing any smoke or involving any type of combustion with the same sensation and flavor as that of a regular tobacco cigarette or a cigar.

The electronic cigarette is automatically turned on when you inhale, and automatically shuts off when you finish the drag, thereby increasing the battery life to a maximum level. The battery of a vapor electronic cigarette comprises most of the device, and is rechargeable via a wall charger, or the USB opening of your electronic devices. Typically a battery power last anywhere from 4-6 hours depending on the smoking habits of the user. It is a common practice to put one battery to charge while other is in use. By rotating batteries this way, the individual will not be left with no battery to use. When the user takes a puff from the Electronic cigarette, the tip lights up just as you would see in a normal tobacco cigarette.