Discussion in 'Electronic Cigarette Safety' started by Jason Smith, Dec 7, 2018.
I'm new vaper, and often hear the explosion of battery, do you have 100% safe vape kit recommended?
There is no such thing as 100% safe.
I could get struck by lightning as I type this.
The safest option is a well known name brand regulated mod.
Super safe would be an internal battery mod because the biggest safety issue with a regulated device is taking the batteries in and out to recharge them or switch them when they get low.
Yep - best practice is to learn battery safety
The only battery explosions I've heard of were user error. Either carrying without a battery case and loose change in a pocket, mech mods with improper builds or unattended charging of the batteries. I'd be sure to only use batteries purchased from a reputable dealer and check the wrapper often and replace if any signs of rips, tears or nicks. I personally wouldn't purchase Efeast brand batteries. When in doubt, throw them out. Better to be safe than sorry.
No IMHO there is no vape kit considered guaranteed safe. Human error is pretty much (IMHO) always a factor at one time or another. Even the most experienced vapers that I know would agree with me.
No matter what still 95% safer than smoking..................
There are far more cases of cell phones exploding than there are mods. Do you still put your phone to your ear?
Buy good batteries and a good charger.
You are what makes your vape safe. These are electronic devices after all. Stay with regulated devices and ask questions here if you aren't sure about your choices before you purchase.
NOTHING is 100% safe. Life itself isn't 100% safe. That's why we have cemeteries.
We do know that smoking is 100% UNsafe
Well if you are often hearing the explosion of battery/ies, I suggest you hang up vaping immediately. You are apparently acting irresponsibly in your vaping. Irresponsibility and misuse are harbingers of disaster in many areas. For example pool sticks can be quite deadly if misused.
I suggest you stop vaping in an interest of your own safety, as well as possible further negative perceptions of vaping. We do not need any lightning rods, or agent provocateurs portraying vaping as something to fear. You don't need to continue setting off pipe bombs risking your health and possibly life, either.
As others state too, there is nothing in life which comes with a 100% guarantee, save that if you live you will die. Death it seems is still a natural part of living.
Well Common Sense if the biggest safety factor. Ask lots of questions if unsure.
I don’t know where you bought from but the Drag 2 can be bought for 50.-55.00.
I have been considering that posting. I want to apologize. I wrote that too gruff and rough. Ultimately though, I would rather apologize for hurting a person's feelings, than apologize to their casket after they do something irresponsible.
Vaping can be a fun hobby and excellent way to stop using commercial and roll your own tobacco products. Vaping has got me using four milliliters of juice as a daily average and each has roughly only eighteen milligrams of nicotine in it. That is in comparison to roughly half a pack to a pack a day of commercial cigarettes, possibly a rub of snuff or two, maybe a quid of chewing tobacco daily on occasion for thirty five plus years. I feel healthier for not putting all the extra chemicals into my body.
Yes, I still depend on nicotine. No, I actually didn't fully break an addiction. I did reduce my health risk about ninety five to ninety eight percent though. Vaping still does have risks. Since it does and it is how we're choosing to try mitigating our risks, well, we ought to try using our brains, common sense as has been said and do that. The issue of the batteries is a gravely serious one, yes. Folks need to use the batteries with caution. This keeps vaping relatively safe, at least it doesn't diminish the ninety some percent the studies in England/Brittan give us.
So, I do apologize. My bed side manner might be rusty. I haven't ran rescue squad calls in well over twenty some years or so. I had fireman third class training from the Navy as well, and the EMT from well you may as well say Navy with the guy "The Admiral" that ran our station house. He had three ships shout out from under him, he never surrendered. As said, rather apologize for hurt feelings than see someone die too early. So if I'm seeming tough -n- gruff, there's why.
The expression, "once with EMS, always" holds very true. No, I'm no hero. I'm just a nut job what loves running into loaded guns, burning buildings & structures to save lives. I don't do it to be a hero. My only thought is, "Let me help these folks what I'm certain want to keep living." After that, I admit I like the adrenaline rush a bit, but honestly I get way too calm "down the line". So, I have to stay away, stress looks to kill me if it can. I already dig cortisol spikes out of my flesh, it's not pleasant or painless.