Cigarettes have been a part of their lives for millions of people in the past few decades. Tobacco filled cigarettes are considered to be a negative health risks, and it is one of the reasons why electronic cigarettes came about. E-cigarettes are a great alternative to real cigarettes as they look and feel the same way as tobacco cigarettes. The sensation and taste of a real cigarette is also included in the electronic cigarette, so you are definitely not losing out on anything. There is no need to have a lighter to light the cigarette either, as the battery is used to heat the atomizer. The atomizer heats the liquid and causes the vapour you see. A common task for new electronic cigarette users; however, is figuring out how to recharge the device.
Where is the Electronic Cigarette Battery?
All electronic cigarettes use a battery chamber where the battery is connected to the filer. The battery itself is a rechargeable battery
which makes it economical to use. The electronic cigarette in general is an economically better alternative to smoking as well, since you would not be spending money on cigarettes every week or month. Batteries are cheap and they only need to be replaced every so often, depending on how often you use it. Apart from the battery, the only thing that needs replacing on the entire e-cigarette is the nicotine cartridge. The only thing is that these electronic cigarette batteries need to be recharged using a small device.
Steps to Recharge the Electronic Cigarette Battery
From the battery end of the e-cigarette, carefully remove the battery from the filter. You can remove the battery by turning it to your left. The battery tip of the electronic cigarette is usually screwed into the atomizer, which is the middle compartment of the device. Once the battery is out of the compartment, screw back the chamber to the atomizer. You can now charge your battery on your charger by screwing it into the charger. Depending on the charger you have, you could either plug it into a wall socket or a USB port. There are some car chargers as well, which connect to the 12V adapter.
Once the battery is fully charged, the charger will show a green LED light. This light indicates that the battery has been fully charged. Once the battery is fully charged, remove the battery compartment and screw in the battery. If the electronic cigarette does not work once the battery is in, you may need to check the connection or check for moisture in the compartment. The batteries do go bad; however, with savvy e cigarette users recommending new users of the product keep at least one if not two extra batteries handy in the event of battery failure.