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Guys - how do you carry around your e-cig and supplies

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by gtrthang, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. Done Deal DR

    Done Deal DR Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 26, 2012
    Phoenix, AZ
    I've got a small Maxpedition EDC bag that I think is 4"x6"x.75" that easily fits in my front pocket. I can fit both ProVaris, a couple tanks and some supplies if I have to, but generally its just for hauling into or out of the office with just a single ProVari and tank and maybe a second tank. I'm going to get the Maxpedition Fatty bag soon that is 5"x7"x2" for longer trips. Maxpedition stuff is extremely rugged stuff that won't wear hardly at all, I'm betting it still looks brand new in 5 years with EDC use, which is hard to find with products you use all of the time... Think about most wallets you have for that amount of time.
     
  2. JUDGMENT AFFIRMED

    JUDGMENT AFFIRMED Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 24, 2012
    BELLE VERNON PA.
    My PV is usually hanging around my neck right where i need it. I found the "Chums" eyeglass retainer works really well. The ball [bead] tightens good on a clearomizer and the other end i made a quick disconnect by inserting a piece of plastic glasses frame.
     
  3. new kid

    new kid Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2012
    Iowa City Area
    I picked up the Fatty based on recommendations. Very well made. It is bigger than I expected, but it holds everything I need with space to spare. How well does the EDC work? I was worried it would be to thin. The EDC is the same size as the Fatty, just thinner.

     
  4. Done Deal DR

    Done Deal DR Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 26, 2012
    Phoenix, AZ
    I went back and checked my order history because the size you mentioned didn't sound right. My opologies, sure enough I got it wrong. I am actually using the micro pocket Organizer, which is perfect for bringing along a ProVari and tank (broken down), and supplies like a spare carto, punch tool, juice... But typically I'm just taking the ProVari and tank because of the reliability.

    I recently took a trip to Sedona with my girlfriend for 2 days. I drove down with one ProVari loose so I could vape while driving and was able to fit the spare ProVari with battery, tank, 50ml juice, spare carto, and Siam tank fill and punch kit in the micro pocket organizer.
     
  5. new kid

    new kid Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2012
    Iowa City Area
    LOL, I was trying to figure out how you got and EDC in your pocket!

     
  6. seneka

    seneka Full Member Verified Member

    Sep 2, 2012
    Las Vegas, NV
    I'm in the military, so I prefer hardened cases (ie. Pelican, Hardigg). Before converting to PV's, I was really big into cigarettes and cigars. When I quit, I converted my tobacco case into a PV case. What I'm using now is called the HERF-A-DOR, by Humi-care. It works well for me, comes with foam which can be cut to better organize your stash. Link below for those interested. They can be got cheaper on cigar auction sites, PM me for more info.

    Herf-a-dor Travel Humidor
     
  7. ancfm95

    ancfm95 Senior Member

    Aug 2, 2012
    California
    I'm really liking the diabetes zippered bags with the mesh zippered pockets inside. Right now I use a leather zippered grooming tool kit case from Samsonite (say that 10 times fast LOL) with elastic holders but everything moves around a lot and the elastic holders inside were meant for thinner objects so I don't use them. In it I carry either a 78mm manual Volt or the Volt XL, 9 cartomizers in various stages of use, nine 3ml sample bottles of juice, and a CE3. If I was going out of town, then I'd probably switch out with a charger and a bigger bottle of juice, maybe a couple cartomizers/CE3's and the refill syringe. I did get it for .79 at a thrift store so I won't complain there. My bottles of DIY flavors and juices (I don't have many) fit into an old caboodles plastic case that's about 5" x 6" x 5" and again bought at a thrift store for .98 and keep at home. phew!
     
  8. Commie

    Commie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 28, 2012
    Michigan
    I have a phone/camera soft padded case that kinda fits my pocket. Holds the battery with carto on it, few bottle of juice and few extra cartos.

    Since that setup was kind of annoying, I'm in process of making an altoids tin mod that will hold an 18650 battery, will drive a fully recessed vivi nova (just the driptip sticking out) and will hold another vivi nova so I can alternate between flavors. 1 pocket friendly box that holds everything I need when I go to work. Theoretically should last almost 2 days. If I didn't have to alternate between flavors, I could replace the spare vivi with a 10ml bottle, and then it would hold out 3-4 days until the battery dies
     
  9. hottls

    hottls Full Member Verified Member

    Aug 19, 2012
    Irvine, CA
  10. MattBott

    MattBott Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I have my ego battery and whatever I'm vaping attached to it either in my pocket, or my locker at work.

    I also carry a compact camera case that will (surprisingly) hold 4 10ml bottles of juice, 2 mini vivi novas and 2 or so XL cartos (mainly for backup).

    The camera case, when full, is about 120mm x 80mm x 41mm. Its a little thick for pants pockets if you wear tighter pants (won't fit in my jeans but will in my work pants), but it doesn't look odd to carry around and is great for transportation for an "all day out" type situation.

    This is the case: Lowepro - Santiago 10
     
  11. SpicyMcHaggis

    SpicyMcHaggis Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 14, 2012
    Hamilton Ohio
    I have lanyards on my Twits, ProVari and LavaTube. Haven't figured out a way to put one on my VV Gripper yet.:laugh: Screw a tank on it and off I go.
     
  12. RatDadJoe

    RatDadJoe Full Member

    My daughters favorite place in the world is a store near our house that sells new, used and vintage video games. I took her there today, and found my new vape-case in the used portable game case section. It's AWESOME! in a previous life, it was meant to carry around a GameBoy Advance SP, But now, it holds (4) Vivi Nova 3.5ml tanks, (7) 10ml juice bottles, a small baggie of driptips/dripping atty, 10ml syringe, and (7) 5ml bottles! I made 2 modifications to it. I removed the GameBoy logo from the outside, and put a 1/4" brass grommet in the top for hooking to a carbiner. Have a look!

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    Best of all, without the logo, it looks like a 5x8 zip-up planner.
     
  13. wseternmd

    wseternmd Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 26, 2012
    westernport, md
    If any one is look for a holster to wear on a belt or just on your side, check out the Nite Ize flashlight holster. Picked mine up a lowes holds my twist with a tank very nicely. It will hold my VERSA also but it does strech it out a bit.
     
  14. mecocina

    mecocina Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 19, 2011
    Florida
    I usually use a lanyard but have to slip it under my blouse at work 'cause it could get damaged (work in home improvement store). Thanks for the link on the battery case. It looks perfect for my mini's. I ordered 2 :)
     
  15. Marob

    Marob Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 24, 2012
    Berlin, Germany
    I picked up this the other day. It's good to throw in a bag and keep anything in for emergencies/a longer time away from the house.

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  16. rik701

    rik701 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I use the pouch that came with my Ego kit and i also have a lanyard for the batt that i am using at the time.
     
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