An e-cig or mod vape battery, like all batteries, has limits on the temperature it can withstand or the power that can be safely drawn from the device. A device can be poorly constructed and more prone to failure, or be designed in a way that makes eventual failures highly likely. Typically e-cig batteries are lithium-ion (Li-On) batteries, which will catch fire or explode if improperly used.
Faulty design by e-cig manufacturers can result in battery usage that exceeds the limitations of the battery, leading to catastrophic failures. These failures can be the result of overcharging, prolonged usage, battery replacement or changes in components, or even from heat from direct sunlight. Once the battery overheats, it can quickly cause a chain reaction that leads to ignition, explosion or leakage of superheated liquid. If a lithium-ion battery catches fire in your pocket, it can cause serious burns to your body. If a lithium-ion battery explodes in your hand or mouth, the damage can be catastrophic or even fatal.
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