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    My back pocket or my hand (I tend to chain vape).....and it's not easy tossing a SVD in a pocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljstrawbs View Post
    So after vaping for almost a month, my dh has now broken 3 batteries by carrying them in his pocket. Grrr

    So how do you carry as single ecig without breaking it?!
    I don't understand why a person would only carry one?

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    I put it in my front pocket. I "broke" my eGo-T a few times, in that the top popped off the cylinder. However, it slides back in with some pressure. It works perfectly fine. I prefer to keep it in my computer bag when I'm working though. That way I'm less likely to lean on it or lever it somehow. PEACE.

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    Usually when I am out and about I use an ego twist with a T3S. I will carry it either in the front pocket of my shirt or on a lanyard.

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    I keep mine with the tank facing up on my pocket. Plus I have bottom atomizer so it helps to keep it soaked with juice. I work in a dusty environment so I made a plastic cover to go over the breathing hole. That way mortar or thin-set does not enter my tank. I work with tile btw.

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