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    Uh, I toss stuff in food storage containers and store it under my bookcase in my home office. Neat, no--I really need another container right now, or to clean out stuff I really don't need any longer (like old liquids I didn't care for and are now too old to vape).

    Currently my silica wick is overflowing its container and attempting to strangle the VAMO.

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    I have bottles, batteries, cotton balls, atty's, tanks strewn about every where. It looks like a vape store blew up in my apartment.

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    My stuff involves two rooms.

    Mixing station on a counter behind the kitchen sink.

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    Cabinet to the right of the mixing station holds juices, working nic, pg,vg.

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    Tool box to the right of cabinet holds tools, extra cartos, clearos, heads,batts, ect, ect.

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    Last but not least is the coil building station in my hobby room.

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    i'm pretty simple, a couple of oak 2" wide by 6" long, drilled to fit Kanger and Aspire tanks, then another drilled to fit 15ml bottles, hot glue a nice piece of foam or felt to the bottom and keep in drawer next to my chair with the Glock 19 and flashlight in it!!!! Made a wood MVP2 holder and changed out the normal charger with a sprint phone charger, same mini plug, not as bulky and it stands straight up in it and has a hole for the current bottle of juice i'm using.
    i use a label maker and just put a generic name on the tanks ie fruity, tobacco, coffee, mint etc so i can identify and still try another juice in the same 'line' as the name on the tank w/o overpowering the flavor.

    works for me! Just gotta remember to not vape the Glock!
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    I use a vintage desktop coin caddy, similar to this one (but mine has much deeper coin wells), for my on the go immediate use stuff. I suppose a wooden poker chip caddy/holder would work just as well.

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    I keep my APVs in use in a nice porcelain toothbrush holder.

    I kept all of my gear and juice in a tackle box but I ran out of room and moved it to a larger tackle box. I have a music room in my house that is dedicated to my instruments and stuff but it has a desk there and that will likely become the building station.........and where my tackle box will be relegated to.

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    Plano fishing tackle box.
    Amazon.com: Plano 1374 4-By Rack System 2-3750 Size Tackle Box: Sports & Outdoors
    Has 4 removable draw and you can design the storage the way you want.

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    I have an organizer thingy. I bought it (but it wasn't for ecig stuff). Everything HAS to have it's place or I start obsessing over it. So, it's all organized and categorized. I do need a carrying case because even taking a bottle of juice with me and just throwing it in my purse drives me nuts. I have to find a good carrying case that isn't huge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinaJaxFL View Post
    I have an organizer thingy. I bought it (but it wasn't for ecig stuff). Everything HAS to have it's place or I start obsessing over it. So, it's all organized and categorized. I do need a carrying case because even taking a bottle of juice with me and just throwing it in my purse drives me nuts. I have to find a good carrying case that isn't huge.
    Amazon.com: Plano 1374 4-By Rack System 2-3750 Size Tackle Box: Sports & Outdoors
    Don't get this one. This is a for home only type. I have a few dollar store soap containers that my wife throws in her purse for me. They hold juice bottles and replacement attys pretty good for travel.
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    I use this old cigar box for an all I need to vape in one box type affair, as posted somewhere else in another thread that I can't find!



    I got 5 blocks of foam cut to size so I can swap out the setup in the future if I feel like it, each cut to use another device.



    I also have a steel cash box with removable coin tray that currently holds all my liquids, wire, wick and an RDA I use for trying small samples. I would rather keep everything together but I'm sure I would only outgrow it fairly quickly anyway The cigar box is ideal for a weekend away to drop in my suitcase.
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