Proper Battery Use

Usage of Li-ion batteries is at your own risk! Understand How To Properly Handle.

  • User must have appropriate understanding of lithium ion batteries when charging, discharging, and assembly before use.
  • Please perform your due diligence and make sure that this battery is compatible with the item for which you intend to use.
  • Battery may explode or catch fire if mistreated.
  • Charge only in a smart charger designed for this specific type of lithium ion battery. Do not mix and match old and new, used and unused batteries.
  • Always charge in or on a fireproof surface. Never leave batteries charging unattended.
  • Do not store loose in a pocket, purse, etc. – always use a protective case.
  • Touching conductive materials on batteries positive contacts can short and damage them permanently.
  • Do not use battery if wrapper or insulator is damaged or torn.
  • Any conductive debris or materials on either contact can cause a short
  • Do not heat above 100℃ or 212℉.
  • Do not disassemble or incinerate.
  • Do not expose to water or fire.
  • Do not use if battery becomes hot (dispose of)
  • Do not short circuit – battery may explode, burn, or cause a fire.
  • Keep away from children and pets.
  • Use at own risk
  • Local regulations and laws pertaining to the recycling and disposal of lithium ion batteries vary so please consult your local jurisdiction regarding appropriate disposal.