How to recharge an E-cigarette – A guide by electric-cigarette.co.uk{0}

Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are devices that have been designed to replicate
the look, feel and taste of ordinary cigarettes. However, instead of the combustion
process used by normal cigarettes, the electronic cigarettes use an electronic atomizer

in order to deliver the nicotine to the smoker. Since there is no need for combustion in
the mechanism, electronic cigarettes do not contain or use tobacco. Like many other
electronic products, e-cigarettes use batteries that need to be recharged regularly.
Charging an electronic cigarette is not at all difficult. It can be done anywhere and
everywhere.

The battery is removed from the electronic cigarette atomizer by turning the battery
counterclockwise. An electronic cigarette is typically made of three parts: an atomizer,
an inhaler, and a battery. The inhaler is the brown part that is put into the mouth; the
atomizer is the part that is inserted into the inhaler. The battery is the part that includes
the cigarette tip; it is screwed into the atomizer. The atomizer and inhaler are kept aside.

The battery is now screwed into the battery charger.

The charger is plugged into a USB port or power outlet, depending on the type of
charger. There are different types of electric cigarette chargers. The most common
ones are USB chargers, car chargers and regular power outlet chargers. In case you have
any doubt about which type of charger you have, you must refer to the manual of your
electronic cigarette.

The battery is then let to charge for several hours. In some of the e-cigarettes there are
light emitting diodes. The light emitting diode is there to prevent overcharging and
overheating of the battery.

If you are a heavy smoker of electronic cigarettes, you might be benefited by purchasing
several batteries and keeping them charged all the time.