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Thread: Show off your e-cig cases/carriers/holders!! (56k, go away!)

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    Default Show off your e-cig cases/carriers/holders!! (56k, go away!)

    PART 1:
    Was bored and I am getting quite a collection of carrier-type things that I've been using solely for e-cigs depending on what situation I'm in or what I need to carry with me. I'll show some pics of each and note what they are, etc.. and you do the same with your stuff.
    I figured this was worthy of doing a thread on since I, as well as many of you I'm sure, are having to dedicate some large space to e-cig items lately! Plus, I love seeing what people come up with to carry their devices/accessories! Yes my post will be long, but whatever, it might entertain someone else who's bored and this thread could give someone else ideas!
    I took the pics of the cases next to my Blackberry Curve so you can see the size comparison.


    First off, here's my biggest one that I use if I have to carry pretty much all 4 of my devices, some liquid, extra batts/atomizers, and whatever else. It's hard and fits a lot of stuff, but I only use it if I have to cause it's kinda big (like if I go away somewhere for days).





    Next up is a much smaller one that can pretty much just barely fit 2 shorter devices and a bottle or two of liquid. This one is for digital cameras I think (from Radio Shack). Nice for a quick trip in the car.




    Here is another smaller one that's also made for a digital camera or a cell phone or whatever you want (from Best Buy). Also good for quick trips; fits a few shorter devices and a bottle of liquid or whatever you need to carry. The drawstring on it works good too. It's nice to have options I guess lol..



    This is my newest Kenneth Cole Reaction pouch I just got from Best Buy. It's made for GPSs, it's neoprene, very soft, and I stuck some velcro pads in there to hold the SD and any other cig in there nice and snugly..perfect idea and it's great! It's also not too huge so I really like this one. Can also fit lots of other things in the other side like liquid, etc..





    Here's all my other little Janty pouches and e-cig cases



    (Go to next post..I was limited to 10 pics per post)
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    PART 2:
    Aaand finally, here is where I keep EVERYTHING else at all times usually. It stays in the closet. It's made from a used USPS box as you can see. I taped it up and made the top part a flap that closes and tucks into it making it pretty securely closed. I keep all the other **** in here like the million other bottles of liquid, the pouches and cases I'm not using, extra atomizers and batteries, cartridges, etc etccccccc!






    Note: I have two 3-drawer units in the corner of my room that hold all my video game stuff and in the bottom drawer of one is where I keep all the e-cig chargers, usb chargers, and e-cigar batteries and their chargers. So much crap!
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    I keep them in this charming little USB case






    Ohh yea and don't forget 56K is still useful for dialing into VPN at remote location!!

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    tribal, where did you get that case from?

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    Ohh It was a case that came with a small USB card reader with a stand, I can't remember where it was from but I can try and describe it! Its a silver square thing with a dock that it sits on but can be taken out for laptop use and it has a blue light! I think there was the use of 'i' in its name suggesting Apple use. Needless to say, the case is way more useful than the reader itself!!

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    I have seen cases like Tribelmaster's and a smaller version of the hard case one from just 4747 in PC World. They aren't cheap though. I think the hard case one was about 12.99. I am thinking of getting one, because I am getting tired of having stuff everywhere and never knowing where my good batteries etc are.
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    Hi tribal,
    Can I ask where you got the little bottles from? Are they glass and are they your refill bottles, or did you buy liquid in them? I have 10ml ones, but they are a bit big to lug around and would love something a bit smaller.
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    Looking around 747's desk is quite interesting! Theres a Blackberry there (obviously) and I see he has an LCD screen on his keyboard! Would be great if it showed autopilot settings on Flight Sim or something but its probably a clock I dunno! Theres also a nice soldering station viewable in the pictures! Can you spot items of interest in the pics?

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    Oooh ohh just spotted an empty glass, some Jane's Kick juice and some blank optical discs (hopefully containing Linux ISOs)

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    The keyboard is a Logitech G15 btw. How'd you miss the soldiering iron next to the glass?

    Newegg.com - Logitech G15 2-Tone 104 Normal Keys 29 Function Keys USB Wired Standard Gaming Keyboard - Keyboards

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