vape collection racks

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  1. irockhard16

    irockhard16 Full Member

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    hey everybody I'm new to this forum. And the one think I would like to know is what do you guys use for storage of your vaping equipment. If you guys have some custom made holders I would love to see them. I'm growing my collection what seems like everyday and its cluddering up my desk so what do you guys use to hold your stuff???
     
  2. Benztee

    Benztee Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Rhode Island
    Right now I use a wal mart "diabetic" kit for daily travel, a sneaker box at home for everything else. And then I use a few slinkys to hold various ecigs and mods. Getting creative is sometimes more fun than buying a rack just for mods.
     
  3. tankbeatz

    tankbeatz Full Member

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    Daytona Beach, FL, USA
    At home, stuff is scattered all over! But at the shop, these are the racks we had custom built :D

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  4. MotherNatural

    MotherNatural Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    An old recipe box
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  5. Themad

    Themad Full Member Verified Member

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    colorado us
    Currently using an old toolbox/tackel box at home, I keep some juice and batterys in my backpack when I go to work.
     
  6. liquidzoo

    liquidzoo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Florence, AZ, USA
  7. itskohler

    itskohler Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Aventura, FL
    Home made rack. Wood spray painted with a rubberized paint.
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