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Best methods to carry your e-liquids.

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Frostmonkey, Nov 24, 2009.

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  1. Frostmonkey

    Frostmonkey Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 31, 2009
    Joliet, IL
    I've been hunting for the most convenient way to carry my liquid for dripping and I just found what I think might be my answer.


    Looks really durable. I'm wondering how well it will drip with such a nozzle.

    I've tried all sorts of cart mods (ADMs, Straw mods, PTB, and a few homemade failures) and figured all I end up doing is wasting juice. I built something very similar to the E Dobit but have found all types of wicks I have used to be very temperamental and I've used a lot of different material.

    Has anyone found anything that looks/works better than this dropper might? Or care to share any other method for that matter.:p
  2. just-a-nobody

    just-a-nobody Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Looks interesting, let us know how it works out, if you get one.
  3. lowkickqop
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    Nov 24, 2009
  4. helix

    helix Full Member

    Supporting member
    Nov 21, 2009
    Jonesboro, AR
    Very stylish, indeed. Let me know if it works out!
  5. abhowe

    abhowe Moved On

    Sep 14, 2009
    FrostMonkey...... Do you sell those juice key chains...... Or how do you get one...... Does the plastic bottle fit inside...... Is there a dripper top on it......
    Looks really nice....... Hope it does the trick...... If it drips, I would like to buy some.....
    Please PM me...... Would appreciate it.....
    Thank you in advance......
  6. AngusATAT

    AngusATAT Captain Tightpants Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 2, 2009
    GA, USA
    abhowe, click the picture in the first post, it will take you to where they can be purchased.
  7. abhowe

    abhowe Moved On

    Sep 14, 2009
    Thank you Mr AnguStat......
  8. wrecktangle

    wrecktangle Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 18, 2009
    Maryland, USA
    The keychain bottle in the OP is 5 1/2 inches long. That's pretty big for a keychain. But it does look handy.
  9. abhowe

    abhowe Moved On

    Sep 14, 2009
    I just ordered 2...... Will give a small review when I get it and use it..... Might be wrong, but I think the 5.5 inches is the total length of the bottle and the chain..... It appears that way to me.......
  10. Silence

    Silence Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 5, 2009
    Hopkinsville, Ky
    ya know... it looks like you could take that thing and start your own e-juice charm bracelet :p
  11. Frostmonkey

    Frostmonkey Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 31, 2009
    Joliet, IL
    Hahaha, yeah this dropper looks very promising. I ordered one when I found them and will post more details when it arrives.

    It is 5.5" long so it's a bit shorter than your average bottle of pepper spray but that doesn't concern me. I'm always worried about the little plastic bottle of juice in my pocket leaking or exploding so I'd definitely be willing do deal with the size. As of now I'm reaching into my pocket about every 10 minutes to make sure my plastic dropper hasn't leaked.

    The dropper top is the only thing that looks iffy. It has a stainless steel dropper top, but it was designed to hold eye drops so I think it'll work fine. The viscosity of our liquids may be the only issue.
  12. Valhalla1

    Valhalla1 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 4, 2009
    awesome.. wish I could find one locally, I hate paying more for shipping than the total cost of what I'm buying =/ but if it works it would be worth it, I too don't feel 100% comfortable carrying a 'fragile' little plastic bottle around which contains enough nicotine to kill small animals
  13. xeir

    xeir Full Member

    Oct 18, 2009
    Denver, Colorado
    Well, for a simple way to carry a few different 3ml bottles and/or a spare 14250 battery with ease, I've been using a AA Battery Case.

    Granted, it's nothing fancy, but it is effective to slide into a pocket and have a few choices.
  14. Vapaholic

    Vapaholic Unregistered Supplier

    Jul 24, 2009
    B.C. Canada.
    I've been vaping & not smoking for almost 8 months. i don't feel the urge to take my ecig with me when i leave the house. When i was a smoker i would panic a block down the street when i realized i forgot my cigs at home. Now i just store my juice inside my old glass ashtray. I can fit (8) 30ml bottles perfectly.
  15. Fataliya

    Fataliya Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 18, 2009
    Tampa, FL
    Since I'm regulated at work as to what I can carry on my person, I keep my cartos and juices in a little drawstring bag in my purse. It isn't stylish, but I can stay employed that way, lol.
  16. ProfessorDaffy

    ProfessorDaffy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 12, 2009
    Acme Looniversity
    Very stylish. Great find. wonder if you could take it to be engraved.

    It's very convenient to have a dropper bottle on you keyring so you can carry it in your pocket. Then again, it takes up no more space or isn't much more convenient than just carrying an actual dropper bottle in your pocket next to your keys

    The keyring would be important for two reasons. (1) If you're very forgetful and are constantly forgetting your juice you can have a back-up supply and (2) I forget the other reason.

    --Prof Daffy
  17. Frostmonkey

    Frostmonkey Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 31, 2009
    Joliet, IL
    :lol: Thank you. And you've totally just inspired me to order some white 510s and make me a Daffe lol.

    And yes I had actually planned on trying out my engraver on the case when it finally arrives. I'm mainly looking for something sturdy because as an avid rock climber/hiker/camper/fisherman I know eventually one of these little plastic droppers is going to blow in my pocket. Hmmm, If that did happen, I wonder if I'd absorb that nicotine through my skin. Would be an interesting experience while hanging on the side of a rock 2,000ft above the deck. 8-o
  18. ProfessorDaffy

    ProfessorDaffy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 12, 2009
    Acme Looniversity
    I tend to sit on my ... for 8 hours a day and drink coffee.

    Yes, it will absorb into you skin. There was a very funny story a while back about a lady who tucked her e-cig between her breasts while working on the farm. It leaked and she became dizzy from absorbing the nicotine. Boy, did she feel like a boob.

    --Prof Daffy
    P.S. Yup, couldn't make this stuff up.
  19. john doe

    john doe Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 25, 2009
    An altoid tin with some foam padding works great. 2 10ml bottles a couple batts and a couple attys with carts. only downside is the assembled ecig doesn't fit. still, pull out 1 atty and 1 batt, screw together and go.
  20. blacksheepfoto

    blacksheepfoto Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 16, 2009
    FYI the OP's idea....

    Can be found on eBay for around $6 shipped
    Chucklehead is selling one in the classifieds section

    5.5" is total length including key chain/hook/etc. The inside can hold a 3ml bottle (actual bottle, not 3ml worth of juice)

    So they are not as big as you think....definitely ordering some just cause they look hot.
    Also, Chucklehead noted that you need to drill the vent hole out a little bit to drip properly.
  21. Brachinus

    Brachinus Super Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 28, 2009
    Jersey Shore
    If you only need 1 day's supply, try a 3.7ml bottle of breath drops: Fresh Breath Drops | Walgreens

    You have to rinse it pretty thoroughly (pull the top off with pliers and soak the bottle and top in water for a day or so), but it fits really nicely in the little mini-pocket in my right jeans pocket.
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