Atom Important safety instructions

We are obsessed with making the Hydragun Atom as safe as possible. But this is an advanced mechanical device that has electrical components inside which, when not properly used and maintained, pose risks of fire, electric shock, or injury. When using the Atom, these basic precautions should always be followed:

 

1. Do not attempt to open or repair the device or charger. If your device or charger is
not working, contact HYDRAGUN for a replacement. (Warranty conditions apply.)

2. Do not insert fingers or foreign objects into the head of the Atom massage gun.

3. Keep the Atom free of dust, hair, lint, or any other objects which may reduce the airflow.

4. Do not use the Atom under bed covers or pillows. This may cause overheating and may
cause a fire.

5. Do not use the Atom near explosive atmospheres such as gas fumes, dust, or other flammable materials.

6. Do not burn, incinerate, or expose the device or the battery to flames.

7. The Atom contains non-replaceable batteries. Only use the charger provided (model number MX15W-0502000BU, MX15W-0502000UU, MX15W-0502000SU, or MX15W-0502000VU) to charge the device.

8. Do not use the Atom while it is charging, or use it continuously for extended periods. Let the device rest after every 10 minutes of continuous use.

9. Charge your Atom indoors in a dry, well-ventilated location. Do not charge it outdoors, in a bathroom, or within 10 feet of a bathtub or pool.

10. Do not expose the Atom to moisture, rain, and/or snow.

11. Do not leave your charger plugged in all the time. Keep the charger unplugged when not in use for extended periods.

12. Do not crush, drop or damage the charger. If your charger has received a sharp blow, has been dropped, or has been run over by anything, refrain from use and replace it immediately.

13. The Atom is not a toy. Children should not play with it, and should not carry out cleaning and maintenance of the device without adult supervision.

14. The Atom may be used by children aged 8+ and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, if they have been given adequate supervision or instruction concerning the safe use of the device.