Healthy Rips Rogue

aron91

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Hi, I'm wondering if there are any recommendations for keeping Rogue battery life as good as possible.

For example, do not let it discharge below 20% and charge above 80%, etc.

Or are there battery protections implemented such that I do not have to worry about anything?
 

vapeape77

Well-Known Member
Hi, I'm wondering if there are any recommendations for keeping Rogue battery life as good as possible.

For example, do not let it discharge below 20% and charge above 80%, etc.

Or are there battery protections implemented such that I do not have to worry about anything?
1. Don’t leave the vape charged beyond it’s needed charge time, never leave overnight.
2. Don’t leave vape completely empty of juice, store it with a full charge imo is best.
3. Use the vape at least a few times a week as lithium ion batteries are meant to be used daily.
4. Don’t let it get overexposed to heat or the sun. Just like your weed, store it in cool dry area

lol sounds like the rule list for the Gremlins… . Do not expose to bright lights · 2. Do not let them get wet · 3. No feeding after midnight 😂
evil laugh gremlins GIF

ps: I don’t like putting any vape right back on the charger after use and also don’t like turning it on immediately after I pull it off the charger, probably more a myth thing I do…
 
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aron91

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1. Don’t leave the vape charged beyond it’s needed charge time, never leave overnight.
2. Don’t leave vape completely empty of juice, store it with a full charge imo is best.
3. Use the vape at least a few times a week as lithium ion batteries are meant to be used daily.
4. Don’t let it get overexposed to heat or the sun. Just like your weed, store it in cool dry area

lol sounds like the rule list for the Gremlins… . Do not expose to bright lights · 2. Do not let them get wet · 3. No feeding after midnight 😂
evil laugh gremlins GIF

ps: I don’t like putting any vape right back on the charger after use and also don’t like turning it on immediately after I pull it off the charger, probably more a myth thing I do…
Ok, but the Rogue has a Li-poly battery, not Li-Ion.

Also in this thread, @HealthyRips.com wrote something like this:
the following battery protections that we have on every device that we manufacture: Low voltage protection, over voltage protection, over current protection, short circuit protection, open circuit protection, overheat protection, reset protection, lithium polymer battery overcharge & over-discharge protection.
So I'm wondering what the recommendations are. But also not to overdo it with the care of the battery, since there are safety features :)
 
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vapeape77

Well-Known Member
Ok, but the Rogue has a Li-poly battery, not Li-Ion.

Also in this thread, @HealthyRips.com wrote something like this:

So I'm wondering what the recommendations are. But also not to overdo it with the care of the battery, since there are safety features :)
Yeah you are correct, sorry I got it’s battery wrong. But those are the error codes you referenced, the protect means you have to send it in…

I still just own an Edge, waiting to see how the newest units do in 6 months on the Rogue
 

vapeape77

Well-Known Member
Btw you asked “as good as possible” on your battery question… so my answer was only meant to fit this. You can run wild all you want with you device. HR says don’t charge overnight so at least listen to that
 

HealthyRippingBrian

Well-Known Member
Btw you asked “as good as possible” on your battery question… so my answer was only meant to fit this. You can run wild all you want with you device. HR says don’t charge overnight so at least listen to that
Yeah I'm not really a fan of leaving anything overnight! One time I woke up at like 3am, all I smelled was burnt electronics, had left a phone in to charge lol.

I guess you never know! but be safe everyone!

Hope you're all Healthy Ripping, I really enjoy the Rogue when doing things like reading out on the patio.

My replacement has been solid, been pushing it to the limit determined to error code, no lol. Seems like the issue is fixed thus far!!!

Stay in the clouds!
 

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wattup

Member
It happened today 😢

Was supposed to attach a picture of the unit, but my phone decided to fuck up annnnd you know whatever.
 
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Vibiojj83

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Can anyone explain to me why I need two different USB C cords to charge my iPad and my Rogue? (Sincere ask, none of mine play nice with each other)
Does anyone know of one that reliably charges both? Or better yet, some specs so I can find one myself.
Depends on the brick. Just look at yours and see what the listed output is. I think the new Ipads use 20w so maybe the Rogue (10w) has protection against it? And Apple is funny so maybe they blocked lower power bricks from use. My S21 will charge on even a super old 2.5w brick.
 

Jill NYC

Portable Hoarder
Depends on the brick. Just look at yours and see what the listed output is. I think the new Ipads use 20w so maybe the Rogue (10w) has protection against it? And Apple is funny so maybe they blocked lower power bricks from use. My S21 will charge on even a super old 2.5w brick.
Thanks so much for input on this - it really is annoying.
But for me, I think it’s the cord, not the brick.
Or at least I think that is what it is. I will check when I have a few minutes. Thanks for the info.
 
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