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Lava Tube Instructions

IMPORTANT NOTE: We will not to sell to persons who are under 18

Instructions for Use – Lava Tube e-Cig

Lava Tube Features

1.    The maximum working current is around 4.0 ampere. The Atomiser resistance is limited to 1.3 ohms. If it falls below 1.3 ohms, the device will turn itself off.
2.    Regulated output keeps the voltage the same with each puff, regardless of the remaining battery power. The device will keep the voltage constant as the battery drains.

Battery Details

The Lava Tube e-Cig uses 18650/18350 batteries. Although this is a standard size battery that you can buy from many sources on line it is strongly recommended that you replace the batteries with genuine replacements from us directly. Third party batteries may not work properly. The 18650/18350 battery has a flat top and bottom. A standard button-top battery will not fit properly. In addition, any battery that is incompatible with the voltage booster will not produce the same amount of vapour and will degrade the Lava Tube’s performance. In any event using a third party battery will void your warranty.

Charging the Battery

Although every new battery has been fully charged at the factory, power may well be reduced to 70/80% in transit. Therefore it is important to charge every new battery before use. Use your Lava Tube and charge the battery at least once a month. If you do not use your Lava Tube for an extended length of time, please remember to charge the battery at least once a month. This will extend the life of the battery. Charging the Lava Tube battery for the first time should take a little over three hours. Subsequent charging takes about six hours. The positive end of the battery has an indent at the end of the outer casing and should be facing the end of the charger that has the power lead. Wherever possible, charge the batteries before they run flat. If a battery runs flat, failure to charge it within a few hours will damage the battery. If a battery is not charged soon after running flat, the battery will fail completely. Batteries are consumables and are guaranteed for two months.

Use of the Lava Tube

When the battery finishes charging, turn the bottom cap of the Lava Tube counter-clockwise to remove it. Put the fully charged battery into the body of the Lava Tube, ensuring that the positive end, the end with ridge round the end is at the top. Replace the cap by screwing it clockwise.
Power Button (Look at the pictures on the website to discover which button this is):
To turn ON the device: Press power button 5 times within 2 seconds
To turn OFF the device: Press power button 5 times within 5 seconds
When you become accustomed to using the Lava Tube, raise the voltage slowly with the “+” button
Using the + Button: When you press it, voltage will be increased by 0.1 increment between 3.0 volt and 6.0 volt as follows: 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, …………….,5.8, 6.0. When it reaches 6.0 volts, the voltage will return to 3.0 volts.
-Button: When you press it, the voltage reduces by 0.1 increment as follows: 6.0, 5.9, 5.8, ………..…..3.1, 3.0.
When it reaches 3.0 volts, the voltage returns to 6.0 volts
The higher the voltage the bigger the vapour
Push the large button on the side of the Lava Tube to activate when vaping.

When to charge the Lava Tube

When you notice a reduction of vapour power it is time to recharge the battery.


Electronic cigarettes, like regular cigarettes should not be used if you are: under 18, during pregnancy, if you have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or any other underlying medical condition or you are taking medication for asthma or depression. If in doubt ask your doctor for advice. Electronic cigarettes should NOT be used by non-smokers due to the addictive nature of nicotine and are NOT sold as a method to stop smoking.

Electronic Cigarettes

No ash, No smell, No tar, smoke, passive smoking for non-smokers, including children
Smoke anywhere, Bars, Airports, Offices, Restaurants and all public areas

Tobacco Cigarettes
Tobaccos actually contain a lot of harmful substances that not many people realise are present. According to the Cancer Research UK site, among the 4000 harmful chemicals in tobacco, some of these are: Ammonia, Benzene, Acetone, Formaldehyde, Tar, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Carbon Monoxide, Lead, Arsenic.