Battery Care and Charging: There is an inherent risk with the use of any and all rechargeable batteries in any circumstance. All Li-ion & Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries may vent or explode if they are misused. Never leave your batteries unattended while they charge & do not charge it in your vehicle. Always remove batteries from charger when they are done charging. Never store batteries loosely in a pocket or purse. Never allow foreign metallic items come in contact with any part of the battery. Always store and transport rechargeable cells in a safe, non-conductive container in a controlled environment. Never discharge a battery past its specified cut-off voltage, which is typically 3.0 volts. Never surpass the batteries’ specified discharge rates given by the manufacturer. Do not use any rechargeable battery as well as any battery charger if any visible damage is present, as well as if the cell or charger has been stressed through mishandling, accidental or otherwise, even if damage may not be visible. Vape Bureau will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use of a Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable battery/batteries or battery powered devices. Please examine the device upon delivery for any manufacturer defects.
Domestic and International Travel with Batteries: Batteries pose a unique hazard during air transport and can cause a fire if not transported correctly. The carriage of portable electronic devices (PED) and batteries is for personal use and to assist you from carrying any batteries and quantities that are prohibited by law. Spare or loose batteries - Are those batteries not installed in the device, carried separately or items such as power banks/packs designed to power or back-up another device. Spare/loose batteries (including power banks/packs/holders/storage cases must be in carry-on baggage only and must be protected against short circuit by, placing in its original retail packaging, placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch or insulating terminals by taping over exposed terminals. Refer to Virgin Australia Airline here and Vape Bureau FAQs for further information.