E-Cigarette explosion in bar
This e-cig exploded after being improperly charged using an iPad.
Explosion in England
This mod exploded after the battery malfunctioned, possibly due to user error.
Charged in a laptop
This vape exploded when improperly charged with a laptop.
Another mechanical mod explosion in car
A California couple is trying to sue the manufacturer of this device that exploded, most likely due to user error.
This e-cig exploded in England after being charged with an unbranded charger that didn't come with the device.
Exploded mechanical mod
This is what a mechanical mod looks like after it explodes.
Man in hospital after mechanical mod explodes
This man was vaping with a mechanical mod when it exploded in his face, putting him the hospital with severe injuries.
eGo style explosion
This eGo style vape exploded and set fire to a car after being overcharged with a charger that wasn't compatible with the device.
It seems like we hear about new stories of e-cigarette explosions at least once per month. The causes of e-cig explosions come from a variety of causes including charging using devices like laptops and iPads, sub-ohming with a mech mod without using an Ohm reader, using damaged batteries, and using unbranded chargers.
Learn the basics of battery safety, get an Ohm reader, and learn about the different reasons that mechanical mods explode. Vaping can be perfectly safe if you know what you’re doing, don’t be an idiot.