If you've been a vaper even for just a minute, you probably already feel like your e-cig is your "best bud" or "your baby." That said, it's obviously important to you and something that you want to take care of, which is why you would never leave your baby in a hot car or in the freezing cold. In case you didn't know, extreme temperatures are not good for your e-cigarette in any way whatsoever.
E-cigs are actually a fairly durable devices. However, one critical part of the device that you must not expose to these temps is the lithium-ion battery. These types of batteries are also found in laptops and cellphones, which we already know should never be left in extreme temperatures, rain or heavy moisture environments.
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If a battery is left in extreme temperature conditions, it may quit working altogether, become very sluggish and barely function, melt, warp or even explode in rare occasions.
Never leave in freezing temperatures. Never leave your vape in a cold car in winters. Taking a puff of your e-cig out on the porch while watching the snow fall peacefully is acceptable. However, leaving it outside or using it as the pipe for the snowman you created is not. Your e-cig can (and will) freeze!
Below are some suggestions on what you should definitely NOT do to your e-cigarette...
It is worth keeping in mind that electronic cigarettes should be kept in moderate temperatures ranging between 14 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. However, it is best not to keep them too long in either extreme of that range.
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