DO NOT leave IMR batteries unattended while charing.
This includes batteries charging directly in the vape mod, but it’s most important if using a charging dock. These batteries should be frequently monitored while charging.
DO NOT store IMR batteries loose in your pocket or bag.
Coins or other metallic items can come into contact with the terminal (the positive and negative sides) and complete the circuit, causing an explosion, fire and personal injury.
DO NOT use IMR batteries that show ANY signs of damage.
Check for signs of melting or bubbling around the sleeve (the cover over the battery). If you see any signs of damage, dispose of the battery immediately and do not continue using.
DO NOT use IMR batteries that have a torn or damaged sleeve.
If you notice any damage to the sleeve, dispose of the battery immediately. A damaged sleeve can lead to your battery swelling, which increases the risk of fires and explosions.
DO NOT exceed power limits recommended by your coil.
Keep the wattage of your device within the recommended maximum. This information is found directly on the side of all coils and shows the recommended and maximum wattage.
DO NOT use under-powered batteries in your device.
For example, if you have a 250w device but your batteries cannot output the required wattage, the battery could either fail or become damaged and unstable.