Maintaining your charger

Maintaining your charger

You’ll need your charger to top up your vape device when it runs out of charge. Find out about the different types of blu charger and how to know when to use them.

Vape pens are powered by batteries which in turn can be topped up whenever they run out of charge. You'll need to plug your charger into your device regularly to keep using it.

No matter what device or starter kit you buy from us – whether it’s our blu PRO™ Kit or our myblu™ Intense Starter Kit – we’ll always give you a USB charger to use with your new device.

2 devices charger slots

What are vape pen chargers used for?

Vape pen chargers recharge the batteries that power your vape pen. Both batteries last all day, with the myblu™ lasting 180-200 puffs before running out of charge, and the blu PRO™ lasting up to 700 puffs (based on the activity of an average vaper - battery life may vary according to level of consumption). Once these batteries have run out of charge, they need to be plugged in and topped up. Charging takes between 45 minutes and 4 hours, depending on the device.

What are the different chargers available from blu?

Both of our devices come with their own charger. In both cases, these are USB chargers that can be plugged in to conventional UK sockets or USB ports.

For the myblu™ vape pen, the charging socket is located on the bottom of the device, beneath the LED light. It will take around 45 minutes to recharge your myblu™ device from empty.

For the blu PRO™ e-cigarette, the charging socket is located on the side of the battery component, which is the bottom part of the device when it’s fully assembled. The PRO™ will recharge from empty in 4 hours - just plug the USB cable into the device when it needs recharging, and wait until the LED light turns blue.

How do I know when to recharge my blu device?

Both the myblu™ and blu PRO™ device feature an LED light that changes colour to tell you how much power you have left, and when you need to recharge your device.

On the myblu™ device, the LED light will remain blue until you drop below 20% charge remaining. The LED light will turn orange when you have less than 20% charge remaining, and red when you have less than 5% remaining. If the LED light on your device turns red, you should consider plugging your device in as soon as possible.

On the blu PRO™ device, the LED light will begin to blink red to indicate that you need to recharge your device. Once your blu PRO rechargeable device is connected to a USB-compatible device, the button and LED tip of the battery will blink three times and stay lit to show the battery is charging. It will then blink red and turn blue to show that it’s fully charged.

Getting the most out of your charger

To get the most out of your charger, make sure you only use the USB adapter that came with your myblu™ or blu PRO™ kit. Avoid using additional socket adaptors or third-party chargers as these may make it slower or less efficient to charge your device.

Hopefully, you now feel like a pro – excuse the pun! - on everything charging related! If you have any questions, please visit our FAQs section for more info, contact our Customer Service team, who will be delighted to help.

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