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Just received my Triton II starter kit and I love it!! Awesome product! I just need to know if it's okay to charge my battery over night. Will it hurt the battery if it stays on the charger for longer than it takes to fully charge? Also, should the Triton II be turned off during charging or does it matter? Thanks in advance.
I got the 700 mah battery in iridescent. It is very pretty. I am a daily medium to light user and the charge lasts a little over a day. I keep 3 batteries around. 1 live, 1 backup in my purse, and 1 on the charger. It is a comfortable weight - I wear it on a lanyard around my neck much of the day.
First - customer technical support is superior. I'm somewhat perplexed by the company support of the Triton II line. Many of us are light users of vaping equipment and have no desire or need to move "up" from the Triton II device. I use the 900mah batteries due to the 700mah batteries being a total waste of time/money. Neither battery size appears to function at optimum performance longer than a couple of weeks - of - LIGHT use. Charging at night, using intermittently during the day to work through only about 1/4 of a tank of eliquid. OK - so that's for the performance of the battery itself. Now - to company support of the device itself in production. I like to use different colored batteries - I have 3 900 and 3 700. The 700 batteries are only about 7 months old and are shot - they will charge up a little bit, but, just not worth charging only to get a few puffs out before it begins to fail. So - I opted to buy the 900s. They are better, but, I've only been using them for a couple of months and I'm noticing they also are beginning to diminish in strength. Yes - I've replaced tanks, coils to see if those components were the culprits rather than the battery. It's the quality of the battery that is in question. I have discovered that the variety of colors of batteries is not supported by the company production department. Crum. I would like one battery in every color, but alas, they simply aren't available.
New to Halo & vaping although known many vapors and have seen many choices ...all with drawbacks; weak batteries that don't last is NOT a problem with Halo products. They are incredible quality long lasting & powerful.
I'm sure Halo will not post my review based on my experience with their customer service so far. Anyway... while I love my Triton II devices, I hate the fact all 4 batteries I've purchased barely hold a charge after just a few months of use. It wasn't bad enough that the batteries never really offered much of a charge, but now I'm lucky if I get 5 minutes out of them at this point. I'm literally having to have batteries charging at all times throughout the day. This is ridiculous and an obvious result of a poor made in china quality product.
When I approached customer service about this, they insinuated that I was using a wrong charging cord or that this must be an isolated incident. Maybe I'd believe them if it wasn't all 4 batteries experiencing this problem, and if I wasn't obviously using the charging cord they provided when I purchased the devices. Between the internal leaking with all 4 tanks, and now 4 practically dead batteries, I don't think I'll be purchasing any new Halo products in the future.
Which sucks because I really enjoy the vaping experience with the Triton II's. It's too bad quality control is so poor in the vaping world. I've yet to find a quality product. This throw-away mentality makes no sense to me. Why not create a higher quality product, admit fault, stop selling faulty products, and instead maybe charge a bit more, keep your customers, and be honest about what you're selling. But anyway.
|Battery Cut-Off Time||15 Seconds|
|Battery Length||112 mm|
|Battery Width||14 mm|
|Battery Lifespan||300 cycles|
|Battery Voltage Type||No|
|Battery Actual Voltage||3.3 - 4.2 volts|
|Battery Rated Voltage||3.7 volts|
|Battery Warranty||60 Days from Date of Purchase|