How do you know if it's fully charged?

Discussion in 'eGo Type Models' started by Micro24, Apr 10, 2013.

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  1. Micro24

    Micro24 Full Member

    I charge my 1100 mah eGo passthrough battery for 3 hours, is that enough to fully charge the battery?
    I did some research for the battery and some site says that i have to charge it up to 3 hours. But I also have read to the other sites that you have to wait until the light at the bottom passthrough light stops lighting.

    So, which site says the real charging time for my battery? Is it the first one or the second one? Or neither site is wrong?
    Please help me as I'm trying to get the most out of my battery life.
     
  2. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Actually you can keep a passthrough hooked up all the time if you're not mobile. But - when the light at the end of the battery goes out - the battery is charged. (it may take 3 hours at first ;-) but it isn't a 'must' ). When vaping a passthrough (PT) hooked up, the light will come for a while then go off unless you're powervaping but even then when you quit it won't take long to get to full charge.
     
  3. Micro24

    Micro24 Full Member

    So I guess I'll be waiting for the light to go out? cuz I'm always mobile.
     
  4. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Yep. You might consider something other than a passthrough too ;) But whatever works for you....
     
  5. Micro24

    Micro24 Full Member

    Thaks for the info, it really helps a new vaper like me. :)
    Vape on bro :vapor:
     
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