I'm curious about the best way to handle an e-cig if it gets wet. I live on the MS Gulf Coast and am fairly active when it comes to water activities, boating, fishing, swimming, tubing, etc. One of my most favorite summer activities is sitting in a chair in the water with a beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other. Obviously getting an e-cig wet would not be a good thing but what's the best way to handle it if it does? I'm aware that cartridges, in whatever form, would need to be replaced or cleaned before using again so my question would be simply for the battery. Fresh water may not be that bad but salt water is very corrosive and all devices should be rinsed well before using again. If you have an on/off switch on your battery should you attempt to turn the battery off or would it be better to just leave it alone until it dries? In the case of salt water you don't want to wait until it dries before rinsing. I would imagine that it would be better to use a disposable such as Njoy or whatever if I'm going to be in the water while vaping. They might be more expensive but I'm not going to be too upset if one of those gets ruined. Does anyone have any experience with getting their devices wet? Fresh or salt water?