The length of the charge varies on usage and conditions to which it is kept. For best results retain in provided E Cigarette case and keep away from direct heat or sunlight . The amount of vapour or puff will vary on the charge of the battery and the best results are when the battery is fully charged. K7 batteries are rated between 130-150 puffs about 10-12 cigarettes. Towards the end of the charge puff/vapour will be reduced
DO NOT CHARGE BATTERY IN ANY OTHER USB ADAPTOR THAN THE KIKIT DEVICES SUPPLIED. ANY EVIDENCE OF NON KIKIT USB DEVICE CHARGING WILL VOID WARRANTY
On occasion yes but generally speaking No. There is approx. 50% charge in the battery.
The LED tip light will flash several times when in use and no vapour will be evident.
Do not overscrew into USB Charger, this is important. Just tight enough to make a connection
Screw into supplied USB charger (DO NOT USE OTHER USB CHARGERS) and insert into computer or USB Wall Charger . The tip light will glow indicating it is charging and the charging light on the USB charger will glow red. Once charged the tip light will go out and the USB charging light will go green.
Varies by user and depends how long each puff is. However we say that a pack a day smoker will use 2 x batteries. Each battery should last about 150 puffs equivalent to 10-12 cigarettes
If unsure the battery light will flash 3 times when removed from USB charger and the tip light will be off when still in USB charger.
Yes. Being Lithium Ion there is no memory so top ups are possible without it being completely discharged?
Firstly check that the cartridge you are using is not an old one.
Make sure that battery is fully charged.
Give the battery a slght tap on a hard surface. This may clear the PCCP connection
If the battery is dead flat then you may need to leave on charge for at least 30 mins just to get a pre charge.
If still not producing vapour there may be a fault. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for return.
KIKIT Wall chargers are compatible with KIKT E Cigarettes and are Australian C-Tick compliant. However most 5 volt, 1000mah phone chargers will also work providing they are 110-240 volts.
No. There is a charging cut out switch built into the battery but with any Lithium Ion battery for best results its always best to remove once fully charged.