The SteamCloud Stylus is a button-less 510 thread vape battery with a stylus point on the bottom. Great for using with you phone, especially when you're in the middle of a vape session. Use this with any skinny 510 oil cartridge and you'll never be disappointed.
Oil vapes and vaporizers in general are electronics, and although rare, it is possible for an issue to occur. If you have received a vape and are having issues, the first thing to do is, go through the Operating and Charging Instructions above. First make sure you have that right. If you are still experiencing an issue after going over all instructions, see the troubleshooting topics we cover below.
My Vape Stopped Working - If you have been using the vape for a long time and are certain there is an issue, please understand the Stylus Oil Battery will not last forever. If you have vaped a couple cartridges and the vape has stopped operating, it is possible the vape battery has run its life and is now completely dead. The Stylus is a great oil vape option, and the lowest price option we offer, however, we do have other options such as the EVOD or Box Mod Vape that will have a longer life expectancy.
My Vape Does Not Work – if you have attached an oil cartridge and nothing happens when you take a pull, first make sure you have read the operating & charging instructions properly. If the light indicators during charging show a working, charged battery, yet nothing lights up when you try to take a puff, it is possible that your cartridge is burnt out. Even if it has not been used, it is possible you have a bad oil cartridge. If another oil vape battery is on hand, we recommend testing the oil cartridge to determine whether the battery or the cartridge is the issue.
My Vape Does Not Work 2 – although far rarer, it is possible that both the battery and cartridge work, but the issue is the connection between the two. The Stylus has a shallow connection to work with 99% of the cartridges on the market, however, if an oil cartridge screw-piece is extremely short, it is possible the metal connection pieces never touch between the two, inhibiting the transfer of any electricity.
The Vapors are very light – the Stylus has a single, voltage output setting. A setting that works with just about any skinny, 510 oil cartridge. The setting allows for smooth and tasty vapors, but not enough power to blow big vapor clouds. In addition, not all cartridges are created equally and some have a higher resistance rating than others – that means some cartridges resist the vape battery’s electric output more or less than others. The less resistance a cartridge has, the easier the battery’s energy will flow to it. Higher resistance oil cartridges will require more electricity to get hot versus lower resistance oil cartridges. Therefore you may find that from cartridge to cartridge, the same 3 second puff does not always produce the same amount of vapor. Plus, the coil 5 minutes into a session will be hotter than when just starting the vaping session. In addition, the viscosity, or thickness of your oil will impact the heat needed to turn it into vapors.
The Vape Battery will not Charge – If you try to vape and nothing seems to activate, perhaps you need a charge. To charge the oil vape battery, simply follow the Charging instructions we have laid out. They are details and will give you step-by-step instructions. If you are experiencing something outside those Charging Instructions details, you may have an issue. If you screw the battery into the charger, and then the lights blink and shut off on both the battery and the charger, then there is likely an issue with the USB charger.
The Stylus Oil Vape is pretty much the most basic type of vaporizer you can get – it doesn’t even have a button, and the battery has a single voltage setting for a smooth vapor experience. The Stylus weighs pretty much nothing and could not be much more discreet. The SteamCloud EVOD on the other hand, is a larger battery with 900mah vs the Stylus 280mah. The EVOD will last 3 times longer than the Stylus, plus it has a dial which allows you to adjust the battery’s voltage output – go from smooth vapors to massive rips in no time. The EVOD is not as small and discreet, but it still can fit in just about any pocket and doesn’t take up much space.