The batteries have a button operated lock; which prevents unintended activation of the battery. Batteries are shipped locked. To turn the battery on, click the button rapidly 5 times. The LED will then flash 3 times indicating it is now in standby mode; ready to use. To switch off, click the button 5 times. The LED will flash 3 times and then the battery will be locked.
Variable voltage feature
Some eliquids vape better at a lower voltage and some higher - and "better" can be somewhat subjective; so having this feature allows you to choose what’s right for you.
To change voltages is very simple - 3 rapid button clicks takes you to the next setting. The current setting is indicated when you press the button by the colour of the LED light. Green signifies the low voltage (~3V), blue medium (~3.6V) and red, high (~4.2V). We recommend trying your juices at the low setting (green) first as this is also the most energy efficient and will provide the longest battery life between recharges. The "normal" setting is 3.6V (blue).
Please fully charge the battery before use.
IMPORTANT: Only use the diKudi supplied 420mA charging lead. Using other chargers may damage the device and create a fire risk.
Ensure the battery’s connector is dry and clean before connecting to the charger. The battery is connected to the charger by screwing it into the device. Take care not to cross the thread or over-tighten.
NOTE: Over-tightening chargers, clearomizers and atomizers can damage a battery. Carefully screw on these components until you begin to feel resistance; then apply a maximum further one-quarter turn.
The battery will take 3.5 - 4.5 hours to recharge from flat using the USB wall plug. We strongly recommend the use of the USB wall plug.
The battery includes IC (integrated circuit) protection on the PCB (Printed Circuit Board), which prevents over discharge, over charge and over current.
The battery charger will automatically switch to standby (green) once the appropriate voltage has been reached.
Please note that the USB wall plug LED will remain the same colour, regardless of charging stage. The wall plug also contains safety features in its circuitry.
Regardless of the safety features, a charging battery is a fire risk. You should not leave a charging battery unattended and the battery should be removed from the charger as soon as the cycle is complete.