Here's a tip I discovered on my own that might help some of you out :)

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by PatrickBatman, Dec 29, 2013.

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  1. PatrickBatman

    PatrickBatman Full Member

    I know most of you probably would rather keep your e-cig upright rather than lying on its side. Problem is e-cig can fall over much easier unless you purchase some sort of e-cig stand, but if you don't want to get a stand, can't afford it etc what I do is put my ecig in the center hole of a stack of CD's (or DVD's). To take it a step further if you have a CD spindle lid you can put the CD's in it for even more balance.

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  2. Silent Knight

    Silent Knight Senior Member ECF Veteran

    That's creative...interesting idea. :)

    I'm lookin' for something simple I can use/adapt as a holder in my vehicle. So far I've just been propping the e-cig in a cup holder, which isn't practical when I'm cornering, braking, accelerating...pretty much anything driving, lol.
     
  3. AmandaD

    AmandaD Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I have one of those little holder thingies that clips into a car vent - it has pockets and is about 4x2. It works very well for an ecig :)

     
  4. Tinkiegrrl

    Tinkiegrrl Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Hmm... I've been wondering what to do with all those old, music CD's that have been transferred to iTunes...
     
  5. Colleen T

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  6. BillyWJ

    BillyWJ Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This is what I've been using, until I get a fancy dancy holder for my desk. It was a scented candle. 2013-12-29 14.33.58.jpg
     
  7. fajuvo

    fajuvo Senior Member ECF Veteran

    My dad does metal and wood working, he could make a holder in matter of a min or make w.e fancy design I want. This is a great ideal the holder thing I'll order one from the old man lol.
     
  8. sneakerpimp

    sneakerpimp Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    shotglass, ashtray, ipod stand.

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  9. Zombo

    Zombo Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Are there any that require an upright position? I'm new to this, and all I have, atm, is a Triton VV w/ Triton tank, and a Joyetech Twist w/ Kanger Protank 2 mini. Neither of those seem to require an upright position...I lay them horizontally all the time, and I've never had leakage (or other performance issue). Have I just been lucky?

    At some point, I may try a carto-tank. Can they be stored horizontally?
     
  10. Colleen T

    Colleen T Full Member Verified Member

    I keep mine in an upright position because I use mostly bottom coil tanks and I want to make sure the wicks stay saturated.

    I don't see a problem with a carto tank being stored horizontally.
     
  11. BillyWJ

    BillyWJ Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't know for long term, but short term, it's been fine for me.
     
  12. Jargon

    Jargon Full Member

    I am mostly using Genesis atomizers so this is an issue but since I am also only using mods they are quite fat and they stand nicely. I do knock them down from time to time though.

    I will grab a cup vape holder for the car soon since it is really akward holding the mod between my legs.
     
  13. mare ze dotes

    mare ze dotes Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mine just sit in a coffee mug by my side.
     
  14. Mark Anthony

    Mark Anthony Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    We've definitely got some creative people on this forum..... Some good ideas. :toast:
     
  15. gopher_byrd

    gopher_byrd Road Warrior Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I use a Halo juice sampler tin with the foam insert. I has 7 holes in it, holds batteries and tanks no problem.
     
  16. WelfareKid215

    WelfareKid215 Full Member Verified Member

    Same thing I was thinking after reading all the replies. I guess I'm lazy cuz I just lay mine in the case or my slide out drawer,
     
  17. AmandaD

    AmandaD Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I use those too at home to store various tanks and batteries. I had to order an extra sample pack because I needed another tin:blush:

     
  18. GreySG

    GreySG Full Member

    I like wood but don't want to invest in turning equipment. During a visit to Lowes I stumbled on their pre-made table leg selection. Link: Shop Wood Table Legs at Lowes.com Being cheap I picked up a couple of these Shop 1-7/8-in Beech-Birch-Hickory Classic Bun Feet Wood Table Leg at Lowes.com. Used a pair of Vise Grips to back the screws out, drilled them out (the hole is already centered) to fit my 1300 mAh batteries (tape the drill bit for depth) and finished them with stain on one and paint on the other. These work fine and at less than $3 a piece let me save the money to spend on better liquids/equipment. There are a number of options and Lowes isn't the only piece to carry the parts. This Shop Waddell 3-1/2-in Ash Contemporary Bun Foot Wood Table Leg at Lowes.com would also make a nice stand and is large enough to drill multiple holes. :2cool:

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  19. omyeyes

    omyeyes Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    I'd love to see the finished product GreyS!!!!!! Could you please post a pix???
     
  20. Grimwald

    Grimwald Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Shotglasses....I bought a set of six at an auction...heavy cut-glass kind. Bathroom, kitchen, bedside, end table, office...there is always one nearby when I need it. Also holds q-tips for juice cleanup. And, most importantly, the wife approves.
     
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