Important Safety Information and Health Warnings
***** BATTERY & DEVICE SAFETY *****
Your device uses Lithium Ion Batteries. Lithium Ion Batteries can be dangerous if not used or stored properly.
Never keep loose batteries in your purse or pockets as if batteries come in contact with metallic objects the batteries can short and vent causing serious injury or death.
Turn off your device before storing or placing in your pocket or purse.
Store and Transport Batteries only in a Protective Battery Case.
Do not leave batteries in your car as excessive heat can cause venting of the battery.
Immediately Discontinue use of Battery if the insulation (protective wrapping) becomes damaged in any way or is not present, as serious bodily injury can occur!
Never mix old and new battery cells.
Know or learn the safe operating range or limits of your battery and device.
Do not use the battery or device with an atomizer that exceeds the safe load or ohm rating. Learn the safe operating ohm range for your device.
Only charge batteries on an approved protected battery charger. It is not recommended to charge batteries through your devices USB port as battery failure and injury is possible.
Do not leave charging batteries unattended for extended periods.
Charge your batteries full to 4.2 V before first use. Do not charge over 4.29
Do not short (connect) positive (top), and negative (bottom) battery terminals (contacts
Never Solder anything to your batteries
Do not expose battery to extreme heat
Never completely discharge li-ion battery (below 2.7V under load).
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
Dispose of batteries at an approved recycling center.
Do not ignore these or any other warnings regarding lithium Ion battery safety and the safe use of Electronic Cigarette Device Safety as serious injury or death can occur.
Search the web for more information on Lithium Ion Battery Safety and Electronic Cigarette Device Safety.
***** E-liquid Safety *****
Keep E-liquids out of reach of Children and Pets.
E-Liquids may contain nicotine which is classified by the FDA as being addictive.
In case of accidental ingestion contact the poison control center.
If E-liquid comes in contact with skin, wash affected area well with soap and water.
If pregnant or nursing or if you have health concerns, consult your Physician before using e-cig / e-liquid products.
The F.D.A classifies nicotine as being addictive.
***** Legal Disclaimer *****
Sin City Clouds assumes no liability for injury caused directly or indirectly by any products purchased. The purchaser or end user, assumes all responsibility and liability for use of the products purchased. The purchaser or end user is also responsible to do any research necessary, on the safe use of the product, as well as any health effects that may result by use of the products available for purchase on this website.