Please read all instructions and warnings before using the Torchless Nail. Unplug cord from battery pack after use and for storage!
Instructions for use (THIS IS NOT YOUR AVERAGE NAIL, PLEASE START OUT DRAWING SLOWLY. IF USER FEELS IT’S TOO HOT, THEN INCREASE DRAW):
– Click the switch on and hold for 2 seconds prior to any use to clean off dust or any residual materials.
– Let the element cool for 5 seconds.
– Using a precision tool apply one drop of oil, or an equivalent size piece of wax, into the cold well.
– Hold on while watching the material in the well. When the material has vaporized release the switch. (Do not hold on for more than 2 seconds or the unit may over-heat.)
– Do not drown the element. Overfilling will result in the oil wicking up and spilling out as it heats and boils. More than one drop may be applied in a single use if element is allowed to re-heat between drops.
– The heat is controlled through the passage of air around the element. The element cools as air travels through it. The user will have control of the intake amount by varying the strength of the air being drawn in. If the element gets too hot release the switch.
– Plug the charger into the battery pack when it is no longer able to heat the element adequately for use. The light on the charger will turn from red to green when charging is complete.
You must exercise caution when using the Torchless Nail! Use at your own risk!
– Unplug cord from battery pack after use and for storage.
– All glass items on this unit will get hot during normal use.
– Do not allow element to glow red for more than 2 seconds per
use (doing so may shorten the lifespan of the element).
– Do not click and hold the switch on for more than 4 seconds at a time (this may cause overheating which could cause permanent damage to the unit).
– Do not get the unit wet while it is hot.
– Do not use any battery charger other than the one supplied.
Doing so can damage the batteries or cause them to over-heat,
resulting in fire or explosion.
– Do not attempt to use the battery pack if it has been damaged
– piercing a Li-Ion battery can cause it to catch fire.