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The Spinner II has a lot of improvements from the first generation. We have combined all the features and advantages of the first generation but at the same time created a totally new unique Spinner II
1. Turn on/off the battery
The battery is turned on/off by pressing the button five times in two seconds
When the battery is off, the button flashes three times in mixed color to indicate that battery is activated after pressing the button five times in two seconds
When the battery is on, the button flashes three times in mixed color to indicate that battery is off after pressing the button five times in two seconds !
2. Set the voltage output
Spinner II is capable of outputting voltage from 3.3v to 4.8v
The bottom scale indicates the position of voltage output level
Rotate the bottom spin to align the red line with the bottom scale to arrive the voltage output level as marked in number
The red line on bottom spin can stay at any position along the scale between 3.3v and 4.8v to fine-tune your voltage output, despite the four locking position at 3.3v, 3.8v, 4.3v and 4.8v
Please be aware that the red line moves between 3.3v and 4.8v along the scale and do not push the red line on bottom spin to go over the 3.3v clockwise and 4.8v counter clockwise; it may damage the battery if being pushed forcefully
3. Power indication
Spinner II could display three colors from the button to indicate the battery usage level
If the button displays WHITE color being pressed when battery is on, it indicates a remaining 60%-100% battery power
If the button displays BLUE color being pressed when battery is on, it indicates a remaining 30%-60% battery power
If the button displays ORANGE color being pressed when battery is on, it indicates a remaining 0%-30% battery power ( time to charge the battery!)
The button flashes fifteen times in mixed color to indicate that there is no power at all left in battery and it can no longer function without being properly charged
4. Other important facts
Short circuit protection - when battery is on, in case of a short circuit occurred which usually happens if the user operates wrongly during installing a cartomizer onto the battery or connecting USB charger to the battery, the button flashes three times and stop working temporarily until the conditions causing short circuit are removed
Working time protection - when battery is on, in case of pressing the button non-stop for more than eight seconds, the button flashes five times and shut down the output instantly
Charging time - Spinner II, for its large capacity of 1600mA, requires about 5-6 hours to be fully recharged if the the battery has no power at all.
Spinner II, no different to regular eGo batteries, requires a standard USB charger of 420mA output and a wall adapter of 500mA output. Any use of non-standard chargers, especially with higher output such as iPhone chargers, is likely to damage the battery and cause unwanted consequences. Therefore the usage of non-standard chargers on Spinner II is strictly prohibited and immediately invalidates the warranty.
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BATTERY SAFETY GUIDELINES (VERY IMPORTANT)
1. Never leave a charging battery unattended or on charge while sleeping.
2. ALWAYS AND ONLY use the charger made specifically for the battery. Just because a charger has 510 threads does not mean it is compatible with your battery.
3. Charge on non-flamable surface only.
4. Do not overcharge. Remove battery from charger as soon as light turns green.
5. If battery becomes hot remove from charger immediately.
6. DO NOT use USB port on computer to charge. (Voltage can vary in Computer USB ports and this could have a damaging effect both on your battery and your computer!)
7. Clean any e-liquid off battery terminal prior to charge.
8. Always unplug chargers when not in use.
9. Never charge or use damaged batteries.
** EZ Smoke Tip:If you find that your battery is not charging properly and green light comes on, on your charger as soon as you try to recharge the battery, then give the top contact on the battery a quick wipe with a cotton bud / tissue with perhaps some clear alcohol. This will remove the build-up on the contact that can prevent the battery from charging.