HOW TO USE THE ASPIRE POCKEX STARTER KIT
The Aspire Pockex vape kit is a stylish, simple to use device that is perfect for beginner and experienced vapers alike.
GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR ASPIRE POCKEX
Press the fire button 5 times rapidly to power the PockeX on or off. The LED lights around the button will flash blue and pink 3 times to indicate it's been turned on or off.
While the device is on, the LED light indicates the charge level. Blue means the charge is above 30%, and orange means it's below 30%. When the light is orange, this is a cue to let you know the battery is low and should be charged.
HOW TO CHARGE THE ASPIRE POCKEX
Using the included cable, charge via a USB port. The light at the bottom will turn red to indicate it's charging and will turn green once it's fully charged.
HOW DO I FILL THE ASPIRE POCKEX WITH E-LIQUID?
Unscrew and remove the top cap, fill the tank with your e‑liquid, being careful not to exceed the 'max' line and then simply screw the top cap back on to the PockeX.
HOW TO CHANGE THE ASPIRE POCKEX COILS
Unscrew and remove the top cap, unscrew the current coil from the top cap and screw the new one in, after that simply screw the top cap back on to the device.
GOT ANY QUESTIONS? GET IN TOUCH!
Need help using your device? Not sure what nicotine strength is right for you? If you're new to vaping, it can all seem a bit daunting (and don't worry, we've all been there at some point!). Luckily there's a friendly and knowledgeable customer service team right here at Ecigwizard that are more than happy to help out!
We're available Monday to Friday from 9am‑5pm, you can get in touch with us by simply replying to this email, using our live chat feature on the website, or you can give us a call on 0345 305 2585.
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