We suggest using a wall adapter with an output of 5V/1A.
The TPD version has a 2ml capacity, the regular version has a 3.5ml capacity.
If using the 5V/1A wall adaptor, you need to charge Spryte AIO for about 3 hours.
While charging, or when you press fire button, the light will indicate your Spryte AIO’s current battery level: 3.5 volts or less = red light; 3.5 to 3.8 volts = blue light; 3.8 volts and above = both blue and red lights.
The wire material of both the 1.8ohm coil and the 1.2ohm coil is Nichrome
1)Pull and remove the pod from the main body of the Spryte AIO. 2)Invert the pod then unscrew and pull out the chimney unit. 3)Detach the atomizer from the airflow control ring and replace it with a new one. 4)Screw the chimney unit back to the pod system. 5) Re-inset the pod into the power […]
When the Spryte AIO is fully charged the LED will flash blue and red 20 times then remain off.
No, it doesn’t support firmware upgrades