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Guys - how do you carry around your e-cig and supplies

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by gtrthang, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. gtrthang

    gtrthang Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    OK, after using disp e-cigs for the past week, I finally got my KGO w/LR boge cartys in. Now, I have all this stuff and I'm not sure how to carry it around and what it safe to leave in the car when I go to work.

    What have you found works well and what should I watch out for?

    Thanks so much,

    Scott

    --On a side note, I've been reading this forum constantly for over a week now and I am AMAZED at how helpful everyone is. Forums are often the playgrounds of trolls, but I have never seen that here. Thank you so much for all of your helpful advise.
     
  2. Totallity

    Totallity Full Member

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    I think sweet-vapes.com sells a bag/case specifically designed for carrying that. I'm new too though, so I'm not totally sure.
     
  3. MadKat

    MadKat Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I use a pencil bag that holds my kgo and ego batteries, charger, 2 bottles of 30 ml e-liq, and various fresh stardusts or cartomizers.
     
  4. thinkingaboutit

    thinkingaboutit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    In my laptop bag are my spare cartos, charger and extra battery. My kgo is in my front pocket (or my hand).
     
  5. RaulR

    RaulR Full Member

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    I got an ego-c zipper case, holds 2 complete ego-c, charger and a 30 ml bottle.
     
  6. gtrthang

    gtrthang Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks. I think i'm going to check out some different cases to keep all of the pieces together.
     
  7. chunkmeister

    chunkmeister Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I carry mine around in my top pocket. This way, it invites questions from people who ask what it is.
    (plus handy for a quick vape!)

    - Chunks
     
  8. Rader2146

    Rader2146 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I just carried my kGo I'm my pocket with a 5ml bottle or used a 3.5ml Tank. 1 battery and 3-4ml was enough for the whole day. But I also always had a 1020 Pelican case in my truck with extra battery, cartos, and juice.
     
  9. questionmark425

    questionmark425 Full Member

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  10. adeline

    adeline Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I bought an eGo case ages ago (from Liberty Flights, though FSUSA sells them in multiple sizes!), and I tote stuff around in that.

    I wouldn't leave anything in your car if I were you. Mostly because of extreme temperatures, but also I've read stories on here where people's gear was stolen out of their car.

    In NC, it's a bigger deal to me because of temperature. I once left a small bottle of touch up paint in the center console and it freaking exploded. The car was parked in the summer heat. I wasn't in the car when it happened. :)
     
  11. darthv8per

    darthv8per Full Member

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    I take my Blucigs pack to work and have a volt x2 for home use, but I'm new to this :)
     
  12. FiLiNuX

    FiLiNuX Full Member

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    I almost put together my own "starter kit" by just ordering pieces but went ahead and got a complete K-G0 starter kit from Sweet-Vapes. When I saw that a carrying case was 9.99 I thought there was no way it would be worth it. Boy was I wrong!!! I am so glad I got the complete kit with the case. It does say "Ego" on it but I just threw a linux sticker over it.

    The case is GREAT and is a hard & soft case if that makes any sense. It is flexible but also keeps its shape and holds more then enough for traveling. I have my k-go batts, 3 6ml bottles of juice, charger (NOT THE WALL ADAPTER) and a assortment of carto's, attys, etc. It has neat little cargo nets and holders to keep everything were it belongs.

    WORTH THE 9.99 and I use it daily.
     
  13. DaveP

    DaveP PV Master & Musician ECF Veteran

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    I carry my Provari or my eGo in my pants pocket in the Summer and in an inside jacket pocket in the Winter. I'm looking around for a belt carry leather case in tool departments wherever I go. There has to be a good leather case designed for some battery operated screwdriver or such that would work and fit tightly enough to prevent loss. One that is tall enough with a snap over cover would be nice. It would need to be tall enough to accommodate a carto/carto tank, though.

    One like this, but taller would be good. It's only 6" when the flap is closed.
    Multi Tool Case / POUCH - Brown 100% Genuine Leather, belt carry. Durable | eBay

    Some of these might be worth a look. Lots of choices at good prices.
    Vintage Bell System Leather Belt Pouch Tool Holder | eBay
     
  14. MemphisRib

    MemphisRib Full Member Verified Member

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    Worried about snapping connectors etc., I bought a couple of cheap cigar tubes. Amazon has a million of them. Note the "gauge" of cigar it will hold, divide by 64, and that is the width of mod in inches it will hold. Makes even less-pocketable mod/tank combos a little more pocketable.

    When a pocket is not required, pencil cases are great (mentioned earlier in this thread). Also check amazon for "EMT pouch" and "tactical pouch" for larger options. Insanely durable solutions, and they don't look like a man-purse.
     
  15. Sniper0860

    Sniper0860 New Member

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    I would be mainly concerned with leaving juice in the car, particularly in direct sunlight on a hot day.
     
  16. yzer

    yzer Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    The E-Power 14650 goes into the pants pocket. The brief case carries the rest and sometimes the E-Power if I want. I keep a capped spare carto without any other container. The spare 14650 battery is kept in a plastic bottle. The spare carto and battery can be kept anywhere including another pocket if the briefcase isn't used. I don't keep any of these in parked car during CA summers.
     
  17. hellsh0cked

    hellsh0cked Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    If I am going out for a few hours I carry just my Provari mini with a tank on it. If I'm going to be out all day I take extra batteries, juice, cartomizers, etc in one of these

    E.D.C. POCKET ORGANIZER

    I don't leave things in the car because of the problems heat and cold cause.
     
  18. yankeebobo

    yankeebobo Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I have a case for my spare ego batts and cartos. Juice bottles fit in there and that goes in my laptop bag nicely kept together. The batts with juice are usually in my shirt pocket and ready for a vape. I wouldn't leave anything in the car especially on hot/cold days. The ego batts today can be turned off with 5 clicks.

    Provari will also have a case and likely combine all spare stuff into one case. Still in laptop bag.
     
  19. kristlynngirl

    kristlynngirl Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I use a small cosmetics bag. Since I'm a female I had a ton of them laying around anyway. If I'm not going to be out long I just take an eGo-T battery already set up with a ce4 in a purse pocket.
     
  20. Ratchet

    Ratchet Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    My Provari and my LT are usually either in my hand or if I'm in a store or restaurant (no, I don't usually vape there even though I probably could) they are in my purse, turned off for extra security. I have Phiniac tanks that come in a nice leather pouch. I use two pouches to carry 4 extra tanks, filled to the brim (OCD!!! LOL!) and another pouch for 2 extra 18650 batteries, a Phiniac tank tool, and a 6 ml bottle of my favorite Mint Sweet Tea Ejuice. I only carry extra cartos if I'm gone over night. If I blow a carto during the day, I can just switch to another tank... :) For travel, I have a hard-shell case that came with my first Lavatube. Fits the LT and the Provari along with one extra tank and 2 batteries. I only carry that if I'm flying out on business trips.
     
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