Typically, most disposable vape devices are designed to be thrown away once all the juice runs out or if the power source (battery) goes dead. However, there are some disposable vape pens that are rechargeable.
EB Design offers a variety of disposable vape models that come with rechargeable features. If you're looking to branch out beyond disposables, then a rechargeable disposable seems like the most logical next step in the vaping journey.
In this guide, we'll delve deeper into EB Design vapes, how to charge them, and how that might differ from one vape device model to the next. By the end, you should know exactly what to expect and how to use these EB Design vapes once they land in your lap.
How to charge an EB Design vape?
To charge an EB Design vape, you'll need to locate the charging port, usually found at the bottom of the device. This is then connected to a USB cable and plugged into a power source like an outlet for example. It's as easy as that.
All of the EB Design vapes that are rechargeable will come with the USB-C port but you'll need to purchase the USB cable separately.
To use an EB Design vape, you don't need much experience in vaping at all. These vapes have been designed to be easy to use for all levels of vape users even those who are new to vaping in general.
Disposable vapes are your most basic vape device type and rechargeable ones aren't that much more challenging to grasp.
What kind of charger does it use?
Why do EB Design vapes have a charging port? If they have a charging port, then this indicates the device is rechargeable. All rechargeable devices within the EB Design range require the same type of charger.
A charge port consisting of a USB cable and a USB-C port or AC adapter is required to successfully charge the device.
This type of charge is commonplace for many nowadays, with a lot of modern smartphones and electronic devices using the same charging cable and port.
How long does it take to charge an EB Design vape?
How long does an EB Design vape battery take to charge? Depending on the vape model within the EB Design range, some may take a little longer than others. This is often down to the battery size and how much time is required to charge it fully.
Both the Lost MaryOS5000 and Lost Mary MO5000 take around twenty minutes to half an hour to fully charge. For the BC5000 and the Funky Republic Ti7000, you can expect a full charge in 30-90 minutes. The latter models have a slightly larger battery, which contributes to the extra time needed.
How to know when the battery is fully charged?
To add to our EB Design charging instructions, how do you know when it's fully charged? This also varies slightly depending on the type of model you have. For example, a glowing red light will illuminate while the BC5000 charges. Once it's fully charged, the light will go off.
For Lost Mary vapes and the Funky Republic Ti7000, you've got a slightly more complex but in-depth color variation. A green light indicates a high battery, blue indicates a medium battery and red is a low battery.
Reasons why an EB Design vape is not charging
There are many reasons why an EB Design vape won't charge - as frustrating as it may be to experience a situation like this. These include:
- The device is not plugged in properly to the cable and power source.
- The device's coil no longer burns properly.
- There's no juice left in the device.
- The battery power source no longer works.
- Manufacturing fault.
How to fix it?
Depending on the reason for it not charging, will depend on whether it's fixable or not. For manufacturing faults, it's best to return the device to the retailer and get a refund or replacement.
If the device isn't plugged in properly or it's a problem with the charger itself, try replacing the charger and charging cable. Make sure it's plugged in properly.
You may also find that by cleaning the device through the mouthpiece and making sure the port is free of dirt or debris, could also make a difference.
How long does an EB Design vape battery last?
Each EB Design vape battery varies depending on the number of puffs available in the device and how often the vape user will use their vape pen. For example, heavy vapers may get through a BC5000, Lost Mary OS5000, and Lost Mary MO5000 in a few days. Those who don't vape as much may find it lasts a lot longer.
The Funky Republic Ti7000 is one of EB Design's largest rechargeable disposables and may last a couple of weeks or more depending on usage. Every vape user is a little different after all.
Where to buy EB Design rechargeable vapes online?
If you're looking to buy EB Design rechargeable vapes online, then SmokyBox provides all of the above models for your perusal. With every model range, you've got a plethora of e-liquids to choose from and as a brand, EB Design is one of the best. Alongside EB Design, you've got an array of other brands to try out too.
We also offer a range of helpful guides for vape users both new and experienced. From the legal smoking age for vaping to guidance on how to vape properly, you get plenty of value for your money.
If you're looking to try out EB Design this year, then check out the range available on The SmokyBox site. Make sure to sign up for a Smoky Club membership and get 15% off your first order. We also offer free US deliveries for orders over $50.
EB Desing vapes charging instructions FAQs
Is it safe to leave an EB Design vape charging overnight?
While charging a vape pen isn't inherently dangerous to do overnight, it's not recommended. Most vape pen devices will have a failsafe to stop charging once the device is fully charged.
However, overheating can happen to a device, which could cause damage. You also don't want to be lying next to it if something does happen to the device.
Is it safe to use an EB Design vape while it's charging?
While some people do use their EB Design vape while it's charging, it's not recommended. Not only are there risks of the device overheating but it may also diminish the battery quality of the device. If you can, hold off using your vape pen until it's fully charged.
Can I charge an EB Design vape using a USB port on a computer or a car?
Yes, you can plug your USB port into a computer or car, so long as you're using the right cable. Otherwise, you may want to plug it in with an AC adapter when you're at home.