As you'll see in the photos, I have a satin black ProVari Mini V2.5. I chain vape so find I'm normally using it with an 18650 with a Tatroe ring and extension cap. Occasionally its got an 18490 with the extension cap, and since I don't like carrying a pocketful of batteries I rarely use it in stock 18350 mode. But I've always got it on a lanyard around my neck. So I've found myself collecting cases... My first was the lanyard from ProVape; it's amazing they can build such a fine device and then pair it with such a piece of crap of a case. That mistake was quickly followed by "pouches" from Gepetto Mod's Shop in Poland. Next came cases from Parish in Russia. And though I have a mod sleeve and holster from Tim at SerenityGear, neither are suited to a lanyard so I'm waiting on delivery of a couple of his "flexi-sleeves". That lanyard from ProVape quickly went in the garbage, so first off the ProVari Pouches from Gepetto Mod's. I have both his 18490/18650 and 18350/18490 (Mini) pouches. Each has an webbed nylon strap that allows adjusting between two lengths using a dome snap at the front of the device. Here's a couple photos of the 18350/18490 pouch with a ProVari Mini with the 18490 extension cap, with the case in the longer of its two modes: Here's the same case with the ProVari Mini with its standard cap, so the case is in the shorter of its two lengths. The first pic shows the dome snap open to get an idea how the adjustment works, the second shows it closed: That webbed strap is a single piece; it runs from the snaps on the front, up and over the top front of the case, down the front length of the device, across the bottom cap, up the back length of the device, then holds the D-ring and is sewn to the back. Quite a nice idea. However as you can perhaps see in the photos there's a bit of play in the webbing at the top front, since the two dome snap positions don't allow a fine adjustment of the strap length. So as the case wore in and the fit became less snug the weight of the device tended to drag that loop down, causing the button to catch on the case: It would be *much* better if the pouch used Velcro instead of dome snaps, to allow a better adjustment. Since I can only attach 5 photos per post, I'll continue with the Parish cases in the next post.