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How do you guys organize your Vaperatory?

Discussion in 'ProVari' started by Brandon3000, Feb 28, 2014.

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  1. Brandon3000

    Brandon3000 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm curious to see how everyone organizes all of their vape gear. Juices, mods, tanks, on the go gear, etc. Figured it'd be nice to share some pics and tips :)
    I just picked up an old little spice shelf thing from a thrift store that I'm going to use to hold my juices. Now all I have to do is figure out how people get those cool wooden, drilled in, planks where they store their provaris standing up and all of their goodies!
    Will get a pic up as soon as I can take one.
     
  2. BadTrainDriver

    BadTrainDriver Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I just stick all my .... in a cabinet I "took over" in the kitchen. It's up high, and out of the reach of the toddler.

    When I'm on the go, I have a couple zippered microfiber pouches that I keep:
    Spare batteries in a battery case, three full cart tanks ready to go, a tank tool, and two small bottles of fluid to refill if needed.

    I go out of town frequently with work, and I've got it down to a science!
     
  3. Dominique Hoogduin

    Dominique Hoogduin Super Member ECF Veteran

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    A drawer using the vape gear boxes

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  4. Brandon3000

    Brandon3000 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    That's really cool Dominique!
    very organized.

    Matt you gotta let me know next time you're in Chicago :)
    we'll grab a cold one.
     
  5. Dominique Hoogduin

    Dominique Hoogduin Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Tnx. Desk was becoming a mess and this keeps it all safe from the cat

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  6. BadTrainDriver

    BadTrainDriver Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Will do, buddy!
     
  7. kas122461

    kas122461 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Right now I don't, it is a big mess! but I am working on something, when it is done I will post pics.

    (somewhere)

    KAS
     
  8. Stormy1960

    Stormy1960 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  9. Preloader

    Preloader Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Color coding with IBTanks.

    Maroon= Dr. Pepper
    Orange= TastyFinger
    Purple= Crackberry
    Silver= Hunstman
    Yellow= Iced Oatmeal Cookie
    Green= Mint Chocolate
     
  10. RebelGolfer72

    RebelGolfer72 Resident TimeLord Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I have mine in 3 places now, soon to be 2
    1. Juices are in mini fridge in kitchen (I keep a fridge for my drinks- in the summer when golfing and otherwise being outside, I go through a ton of bottled water/Gatorade). As a side note, it's not a bad idea to do this, is it?
    2. A drawer I bedroom with spare batteries, boxes that things came in, unused tanks/heads etc
    3. A plastic organizer for my coil/wick building supplies and tools. Must realizing I can stack 2 together, I'll be picking up another one to mode the spare tanks/heads/batteries


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  11. MorpheusPA

    MorpheusPA Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  12. bencooper74

    bencooper74 Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  13. oplholik

    oplholik Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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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  14. roadkill46

    roadkill46 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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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!
     
  15. PLANofMAN

    PLANofMAN Signature Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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.

    My ProVari goes into a custom wooden velvet lined single mod desktop stand.
     
  16. drummerskey

    drummerskey Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  17. Legolas

    Legolas Super Member ECF Veteran

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  18. Southern Tina

    Southern Tina Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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. :facepalm: 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.
     
  19. Legolas

    Legolas Super Member ECF Veteran

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    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.
     
  20. Lucky1384

    Lucky1384 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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!

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    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.

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    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 :D The cigar box is ideal for a weekend away to drop in my suitcase.
     
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