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Got my eGo \ Riva case from CigNot...

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by ScotTex, Nov 13, 2010.

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  1. ScotTex

    ScotTex Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 30, 2010
    Houston, Texas
    ... just today, it looks great. I just wanted to show all what it looks like with my hand in the picture, I have 'average' size hands (for a guy). Unless you wear baggy pants, as I sometimes do this will not feel very good in your pocket, but that's not what I bought it for. It has the CigNot logo on it which I like and I will do business with them in the future.

  2. Madison Ave

    Madison Ave Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 14, 2010
    I love my eGo....I think it is very sleek looking and comfortable in the hand to vape on......It's my 'go to'....enjoy! :thumb:
  3. Brego

    Brego Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I have one of those cases too (but eGo branded). I like it a lot. I bought a handful of 3 ml bottles so I can carry multiple juices in the bottom pouch and cartos in the upper (I like to change juices through the day).
  4. champions

    champions Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 11, 2010
    Oh wow. Just posted about this thing too. Should have read new posts before posting. Lol I love mine too.
  5. ScotTex

    ScotTex Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 30, 2010
    Houston, Texas
    Only thing that matters for me is being smoke-free as long as I can (the rest of my life is preferred), this is just another great thing that will help me stay that way.
    (two thumbs up to Vicki!, I will order there again)

    Best wishes to you all!
  6. etiolate

    etiolate Full Member

    Nov 22, 2010
    ScotTex, what size bottles are those in your pic?
  7. Scotch827

    Scotch827 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 26, 2010
    That case looks nice. I have been thinking about getting something like that. I just placed an order with Cignot and liked the service. I made a mistake and they helped me out with the shipping. I think I'll order that with my next purchase from them. Thanks for posting.
  8. ScotTex

    ScotTex Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 30, 2010
    Houston, Texas
    The bigger bottle is 10ml, the two above that are 5ml, I was just seeing what all would fit in there.

    & YW.
  9. 908Tracy

    908Tracy Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 29, 2010
    I have the eGo one also and love it as well! Everything (well everything that I want to take with me) in one handy place safe from kids and pets.

    Thanks for the pic Scott. =)
  10. Sard

    Sard Full Member

    Dec 5, 2010
    Mpls, MN
    I have the same case, ego branded, good for transporting my stuff to work and back, but really is too big for pocket use. Anyone know of a somewhat smaller case to fit in say, a shirt pocket?
  11. cuseguy

    cuseguy Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 15, 2010
    Texas USA
    I like this case just to keep in my glove compartment with all my gear, but I agree it is too big for carrying around. Maybe girls could, by keeping it in a purse, but I am not liberated enough to carry a man purse yet
  12. SuZamme

    SuZamme Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Oct 24, 2009
    Nashville, Indiana USA
    I have a couple eye-glass cases that work really good and are somewhat smaller than eGo/cignot/TW cases.
    Also, those metal cases for the cheater eye-glasses are even smaller but will hold a PV (w/o bottles of juice).
  13. SuZamme

    SuZamme Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Oct 24, 2009
    Nashville, Indiana USA
    You get one of those dog carriers for your little dog and use side pockets for your PV.
    I like seeing men with man purses...liberate yourself and post
  14. cuseguy

    cuseguy Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 15, 2010
    Texas USA
    Alright, man-purse shopping i will go......Not! Funny thing about eyeglass cases, I have never used one for it, but this a.m. I was in a hurry and saw my eyeglass case sitting there and said "I bet that would work good to hold my stuff" and I am using it as we speak. I have my spare eGo bat, atty, 3 carts, and 2 bottles in it!
  15. Matthis1

    Matthis1 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Could someone tell me a little more about the "e-go"? I am using e-cigs are a replacement for analogs. In 7 days I've gone from 2 packs a day to 4 analogs (give or take) a day. I am using what I suppose would be called a "mini".....the Elite from Revolver. I would like something that would last longer and give me more vapor. I'm told that the 510 is wonderful, but how does it stack up to an e-go? I feel like such a dummy asking all of this, but there are 2 of us in the house trying to quit analogs....myself and my daughter.....and we're going to need more than one e-cig each. I've ordered the Infiniti-Ion from Revolver, but the more I read about the 510 and many of the mods, I have a sneaky feeling that I'm going to be ordering an additional cig in a month or so.
    Am hoping the smart people here can talk me thru this one.
  16. CJsKee

    CJsKee Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 1, 2009
    Hi Robyn and welcome to ECF! You just can't go wrong with a 510/eGo. IMO, your best bet is the eGo or similar device (there are several). The batteries will last 2-3 times longer than a regular 510 so you won't be charging so often. Liberty Flights has 510 Riva kits, which are very good eGo-like devices, for $30...a great price! You could get a couple of these for you and your daughter and be set. :vapor:

    Good luck!
  17. HzG8rGrl

    HzG8rGrl Trippy Tip Hoarder Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 11, 2009
    *The Swamp*
    No reason for man-purse shopping. Look in the pocket sized camera case section. Get one with a belt loop and slip the ego/riva or what have you right on in. Of course it only works if you wear a belt-LOL.

    The Ego uses a 510 atomizer, just has a longer lasting battery. The mAh of a battery determines how long the battery will stay charged. Part of that equation is how much do you vape. I believe for every 100 mAh you can get an hour of vaping. As batteries age though this becomes less and less until the battery can no longer hold a charge. This usually takes a few months with an Ego is what I have read. Hopefully someone with longer use time with an Ego will come along and give a more definitive answer.
  18. Matthis1

    Matthis1 Super Member ECF Veteran

    So the e-go and the 510 are the same thing......OK, now I get it. Off I go to do some shopping! Thanks so much for you kindness....I'm really beginning to love this forum!!!
  19. VeeDubb65

    VeeDubb65 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 15, 2010
    Monmouth, OR
    I've owned a REvolver Elite, the Revolver Vgo (which is an ego clone), a real Joye Ego, and a Boge Leo.

    The Elite is a "super-mini," which means it's exactly the size of an analog, as opposed to a "mini" which would be something like a regular 510 or a KR808d-1.

    If you don't ever want to use any of the ego-only atomizers, the revolver Vgo is great because the push-on cone is easier to deal with than the screw-on cone the ego uses. If you think you'll want to use any of the ego-only attys or cartomizers, you MUST get a real ego, or at least a clone that has a threaded cone.

    The ego/vgo/other-ego-clone is far and away superior to the Elite, even though the Elite is probably the best super-mini on the market. A regular 510 would perform similarly to an ego, but with shorter battery life. Probably double the battery life of an Elite battery, while and ego will last you most of the day, and a 900-1100mah ego/ego-clone would last a whole day easily.

    The Ego or a clone would give you more vapor, hotter vapor, more throat hit, and depending on what atty you use, either about the same flavor or maybe a little less.

    The Leo has an 800mah battery, so it's an all-day vape for most people, but it's quite a bit bigger than an ego (I'll be posting a photo review in a couple days that will include comparison photo with the ego). It also beats the standard Joye atty in vapor production, uses 801 carts with a HUGE capacity, and actually has more (and better) flavor than the elite by a wide margin. The only two down sides are that it's quite big, and uses a proprietary atty, and it's quite a bit more expensive. A 1-batt, 1-atty kit for the Leo costs about the same as a 2-batt, 2-atty ego kit, making it a not so great choice unless you're really sure you want one.
  20. Matthis1

    Matthis1 Super Member ECF Veteran

    I bought a Riva 510 last night. Is this going to get me closer to where I want to be as far as vapor production and battery life? My head is spinning from all the choices, so I've bought all my pocketbook will allow for this month *except maybe for juices*, and I'm still not sure if I bought the right thing.

    Can you tell I have a problem with jumping head first into something I've fallen in love with? LOL! I'd rather vape than smoke any day of the year, but my battery life on the Elite leaves a lot to be desired.
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