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Ladies, what is your best carry case?

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  1. fwm

    fwm Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Okay - I read the guys' posts where they carry them in their pockets.....but I don't always have a pocket........and being new, I find myself looking frantically around everywhere because I've misplaced one or more of my batts........for now, I have been trying to keep up with them in my cigarette case that I've carried forEVER just because I'm used to keeping up with it, but when you've got two batts that are ready to vape with a carto on - how do you ladies keep up with them? Everyone told me to switch out with two batts during the day - so what is the easiest for you? Do you keep them in your case and constantly put them back together? I'm trying to get to a comfortable place here. Tore my house apart last night because I had misplaced my new xl batt:( - found it this morning beside my chair ....between misplacing, refilling, charging....I am BUSY!
     
  2. Bella Chic

    Bella Chic Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm new to this but I was wondering the same thing. Hopefully all the VP (Vape Women) will give some good tips. Thanks for posting this!

    Gina
     
  3. Sheryl

    Sheryl Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I carry 3 at a time, either in my brief case pocket, or purse outside pocket. If you don't carry anything, a pocket on a sweater or lab coat in my case works great. I've used a wrist-let as well. Any type of case/purse would do.
     
  4. SMILIN

    SMILIN Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

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    Leaford Lanyard:lol:

    Enjoy

    Steve:cool:
     
  5. kdcaines

    kdcaines Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I carry 3 with me all the time and I keep them in my purse front pocket. At work I sit at a desk all day, so I mainly use the pass through. If you don't have pockets or a purse with you, have you considered the leaford lanyard?
     
  6. Mary Kay

    Mary Kay ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Those are nice Steve and I would get one for hubby..but I like blingy-girly stuff!
    I use an old cigarette case, my zebra print case for going out (from V4L) and an eyeglass chain (the rubber ends fit nicely around a batt) for my walks or cleaning house (like that happens often:rolleyes:)
    Most of my purses have a easy to get into side pocket..that's a nice place for my VK's or the case and plenty of cartos.
    [​IMG]
     
  7. fwm

    fwm Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks, ladies!
     
  8. Madame Psychosis

    Madame Psychosis Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I use a hard-shell sunglasses case to keep my little road kit in my purse. It has enough space to carry a couple of batteries, an atomizer + cartridge or cartomizer extra in a tiny plastic baggy (from my jewelry work I have quite a few) to avoid little leaks, and a 3ml bottle or two of juice. Protects the whole thing! And if you're like me and you break your cheap sunglasses every six months or so, you probably have a hard-shell case sitting around somewhere.

    I'm thinking of buying a Leaford lanyard and outfitting it with one of my homemade sterling or stainless steel chains for a more upscale/girly touch. The cord doesn't quite do it for me but the holder is great and I'm not a leatherworker.
     
  9. sonnetjie

    sonnetjie Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I've got a Leaford Lanyard and it works great!

    My spare cartos and batteries I keep in my V4L carrying case.
     
  10. MeMa

    MeMa Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I can't use the lanyard :( because I have to wear one with my ID and keys at work. I'll have to get one for home use. When I'm out and about, I put 4 batteries with cartos attached in soft eye glass holder. I keep extra cartos in a lipstick case -someone on this forum recommended that, sorry I can't remember who.
     
  11. Sheryl

    Sheryl Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I keep forgetting to order the lanyard.
     
  12. DaShiVa

    DaShiVa Super Member ECF Veteran

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    You should just get a branded Prada handbag...
     

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  13. MeMa

    MeMa Super Member ECF Veteran

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    ooooooohhhhh! I Love the bag!!
     
  14. Sheryl

    Sheryl Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    We're waiting for Leaford to send those knock offs from China.
     
  15. SuZamme

    SuZamme Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    These cases come in all colors and some are shiny and some are clothy and some have lots of bling, too. Be certain to get the ones with the soft liner though.
    They will hold 2 completely assembled and an extra battery. I put them in one of the little pockets because that way I can keep them vertical until I'm ready to vape. Also means I can have several different flavors ready.
    The lipstick case sounds great for a little extra juice and I like the Altoids tins. The chewing gun tin will hold 2x3ml plus a cart or two. The regular tins hold at least 6x3ml.
     
  16. Tasselhoff

    Tasselhoff Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi Everyone ; My sister-in-law suggested and uses a reading glass case. I bought one at wally world for $8.00. It works great with the XL batteries. I can carry 2 XL batts w/carts attached and 3 cartos. It is small and compact. I forgot to mention that includes the glasses (even though I don't need them yet) I'll save them for later.Some cases even come with necklaces attached. Here are some pics of the one I have. This works great for guys too. I should know I am one. Hope you ladies don't mind me posting in your ladies thread. Hope this helps.:rolleyes:
     

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  17. flying low

    flying low Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I use the lanyard alongside my ID. Just got tired of digging around in my sweatshirt pocket for my VK .. still do coz I carry 2 fully assembled units all the time. Give it a shot, you'll find it really doesn't tangle up too badly. ;)
     
  18. fwm

    fwm Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Great ideas!.......I will be shopping AGAIN!
     
  19. macaddict

    macaddict Full Member ECF Veteran

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    Tasselhoff, I love your idea! And I could use the glasses too!
     
  20. MeMa

    MeMa Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks flying low! I had thought about that but the ID and about 5 very heavy metal keys really add put some weight on my neck. I really should get one for home use though since I'm use to wearing all that stuff round my neck! and the leaford lanyard is such a work of art!
     
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