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The host of this Saturday’s Free Rebuild Class November 7th will be our very own Austin!!!

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The rebuild class will be from 2 to 6 PM on Saturday, November 7th. If you are new to rebuilding or if you’re a pro you will have a good time and learn something new.  The rebuild class will be held at the high top table in the main lobby.






Come hang out any Saturday for our FREE rebuild class to learn from some of the best on how to build coils, battery safety and anything you would like to know about vaping, and check out some new products we have got in.

Don’t Forget the Importance of Battery Safety!

You can learn more about battery safety at the FREE rebuild class!!!

 **Always be sure to check your batteries**

Understanding your device is important. But understanding your batteries is equally important, if not more so. You have to know if your battery is powerful enough to run your device or RDA. You have to understand safe conditions for your batteries, as well as unsafe conditions. The reality is, the battery is easily the most integral part of a device.  If your battery has a tear in the wrap, moisture on the contacts, or makes contact with a metal surface, you could vent the battery and mess up the device– or worse. That’s why battery safety is so important.


Here at Voltage Vapin’, we make sure we always carry products to help keep your batteries safe, such as battery casings, battery sleeves and battery boxes, and we even offer a re-wrap service for your battery wraps that have begun to peel off. For only a few dollars, it doesn’t hurt to take that extra step and make sure your batteries are protected– because anything could happen.

Battery Safety

  • Always be safe and replace battery wraps if they look damaged or are showing exposed battery, in order to ensure that you do not cause issues with your device. Having exposed batteries can cause them to arc, and ruin a device and/or cause bodily injury.

  • Always be sure to keep your batteries in some form of a case or sleeve, when not in your device. An unprotected battery has the possibility to discharge if any metal surface touches both the positive and negative ends (i.e. leaving in pocket with keys) and/or cause bodily injury.

  • When putting the battery in your device, always make sure that you’re putting it in the right way. Putting batteries in the wrong way can cause your device to short out and/or cause bodily injury.

  • Be sure to check your atomizer before using it with an unregulated device. If your atomizer is shorting or reading anything other than what it should, you could potentially ruin your battery if you try to fire it and/or cause bodily injury.

**If you are ever unsure about what battery to use, please refer to the battery safety sheet available in store or ask one of our team members**

While you’re in for the FREE rebuild class, don’t forget to check out all our other sales we have going on!!


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