VaporizerWizard is a reviewer I trust, so if he said it's 5 hours, it's 5 hours! Although I rarely vape until the battery is fully depleted, I usually put them under recharge when they hit 3.4-3.5v (2 bars left) and 3 hours is the average charging time under these conditions. I just said it's better to recharge in the device cause this is means less money to spend and cause some peoples mentionned too much removals may damage (slightly) the battery wrap. It was not against you @Petetbay , personnaly I have an external charger but, imho, it's not a "must to have" equipment when reaching at the V3Pro as your first vape (yes, I know it's not your first vape!) but I appreciate your inputs and i like to discuss with you too, have fun!I tried to find it in this thread, but it was taking too long to search so I googled it.
Found this @ https://www.vaporizerwizard.com/reviews/vaporizers/portable/xmax-v3-pro/
Don’t know what they charged it from maybe a IPad or a treadmill generator with a 3 legged hamster running on it. I’m not saying it does, don’t know, just read it.
“During testing the average time to fully charge a dead battery is around 5 hours. Yes, you read that right. It takes 5 hours to fully charge a dead battery in the XMAX V3 Pro vaporizer. It’s not uncommon for replaceable battery systems to take this long to charge but I was hoping for something a little faster with the included USB-C charging. With that said, if you are a heavier user or you think you’ll be using it for more than a handful of bowls in a day’s time, I highly recommend picking up an external battery charger so you can charge multiple batteries outside of the vaporizer and quicker.”