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How do you carry your device-- Post pics of it.

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by eyebedam, Oct 5, 2011.

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  1. Detroit

    Detroit Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 6, 2011
    my girl's is the ego case. it'll fit both my ego-t's assembled, her ego-t and 4 10ml bottles of juice. i ordered my own i got the XL ill be putting 2-ego-t's,1 cheap ecig,4 10ml juice bottles,2 automizer,2 tanks and my charger in it. maybe more gotta wait till i gets here :D

    Merry Christmas everyone! i hope your all having a wounderful time!!
  2. Tinki

    Tinki Senior Member

    Feb 22, 2011
    Redbucket: I think this tin might work for you. Its at Walmart in the cough drop section. The cough drops are called Fisherman's Friend. At my Walmart they are on the bottom self under all the packages of Hall's cough drops. It has a pic of a boat and fisherman on the front. The cough drops are in a sealed package inside. My husband swears by these cough drops and I think they are so nasty tasting. The tin is 3 3/4" L x 2.25" W x 3/4" thick with lid closed. I have 3 sizes of Ego batts, knowing my smallest is a 650 mah, I am assuming my mid size is 1100mah and my tallest is 1300mah. Can't remember, has been too long since I order them, but anyways the mid size batt fits fine lenghtwise with no atty on it, the tallest batt fits corner to corner with space on each side for a cone and atty. This tin would fit in a man's jean pocket w/o poking out. And it also looks manly. They cost 2.97 or 3.97. I don't usually pay attention, I just grab a few for the hubby during hunting season. I have like 8 empty tins taking up space on a shelf. If by my measurements your Ego-T batt would fit and you can't find them at Walmarts, I could mail you one or 2 if the shipping isn't too much. Hope this helps.
  3. brandondparris

    brandondparris Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 30, 2011
    I carry my eGo-T XL in a belt holster that came with my LED Maglite. It is the perfect diameter, keeps it upright and always in reach. I guess a Mini Maglite holster would work for a regular eGo, but it was a little short for my XL.

    EDIT: was going to add a pic, but the eGo is black and the case is black, so it really just looked like a black rectangle in the pic.
  4. Haus

    Haus Full Member

    Dec 27, 2011
    Dallas Texas

    I am using a pencil bag that I had around the house for all the extras, and the case that came with my starter kit for my extra carts, and when my eGo is not in hand I just put it upright in my pocket or standing on my desk at work.
  5. redbucket

    redbucket Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 18, 2011
    Thanks! And they don't taste great, you're right, but I have used them in the past -- Zinc and all that. I will buy a tin next time I start coming down with a cold!

    Since I posted, I picked up a clip on eyeglass case at a thrift store, which perfectly fits my two batterys, two type A atomizers with tanks, and a 3ml bottle of juice. It's uncanny how well they fit, no additional padding necessary. Still more than I need to carry for short trips, but so much smaller than what I was carrying, so it's working out for me.
  6. Hittman1914

    Hittman1914 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 10, 2011
    Louisville Ky
    Where did you find that case?

  7. Trips1103

    Trips1103 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 8, 2011
    North Carolina
    I'd like to know as well! That's nice!

    I've switched back to my ego w/ a Dual Coil 510 Tank Cartomizer that I now carry around my neck. But I also have a huge toolbox that I've used for all my extras. Now that I've limited things down to a few preferences, something like that would be excellent to have.
  8. Hittman1914

    Hittman1914 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 10, 2011
    Louisville Ky
    Guess he isn't
  9. jtieri

    jtieri Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 22, 2011
    Great Posts everyone!!! I LOVE looking for new ideas on how to carry everything around!!!

  10. Retriever

    Retriever Moved On

    Nov 2, 2011
    Very nice! :)
  11. jgriesinger

    jgriesinger Full Member

    Aug 13, 2011
    NW Ohio

    Sorry to those who were asking. Had a long and wonderful holiday and have not been active.

    I had a few people ask so I decided I would post this. It is a Vaultz diabetic case modified to fit my needs.


    On the left I dremmeled the case to put in a usb hub. 4 ports on the inside, 3 exterior ports. I use this to charge my Talon / Vgo eGo-T batteries, phone, run passthroughs at "vape parties".. whatever. It is usually plugged in at my desk, has 5amp output, so will pretty much do anything i need it to.

    On the right side is a modified pill container made into a juice bottle holder. It holds 5 5ml bottles. Inside the clear case is my eGo-t attys, ego-t tanks, regular 510 attys, drip tips, cones, clearomizers

    Not Pictured: under the clear case is a dental pick, tweezers, filling syringe, microfiber cloth, and alcohol wipes
  12. holley2583

    holley2583 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 4, 2012
    I just started using my eGo-900mah kit a couple weeks ago after failing with Blu(who doesn't)...and now I'm trying to get my boyfriend on board as we all know that smelly butts is the last thing you want to smell when your trying to get away from them. His main concern is how to carry them around...he's a bartender and in the summer he's constantly jumping in the ocean and let's just say he's lost a number of cell phones so having him hold onto them is an issue. He has some knife pouches he doesn't use that can attach to his belt, so maybe that's the best way. I had to grab a bigger purse to carry mine around in the zip case that came with my kit...but i'm looking for something smaller...

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  13. Lacedolphin

    Lacedolphin Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 5, 2012
    I found some pretty yarn on sale last night, I'm going to try to knit something up to carry my PV and supplies in that doesn't scratch anything up!
  14. pumasforpets

    pumasforpets Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 19, 2012
    Currently using a soft case for my gun and putting the pvs into the magazine pouches until my dad crafts me a custom one. I'll post some pics when it's done, but he does leatherworking and is making me a 3 compartment black leather case with flap cover and silver snap :D
  15. Hittman1914

    Hittman1914 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 10, 2011
    Louisville Ky
    Think you found your second job.. You could make and sell those... I'm first on the list though if you do lol lol

  16. wyetterp

    wyetterp Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 4, 2012
    Murrells Inlet, SC
    I'd buy one too. Make me second.

    jgriesinger....I wish you would make a thread giving more details how you made that & what parts you used. I for one would appreciate it, as I'm sure others would as well.
  17. Dan Patrick

    Dan Patrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 28, 2011
    Texas Forest Country
    I throw these 2 things in my backpack everyday and I am all ready to go. Got the Giant Ego case and never went back to the little ones. This Darwin case actually comes with the mod and is made for flashlights, it's Trustfire.
    Big Ego.jpg
  18. ejervjero

    ejervjero Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 16, 2012
    I would also I actually before seeing this post last night went to Wal-Mart and had the same idea of using a diabetic case and saw this exact case but didn't have any clue how I would actually use it. Now I can walk back over there and pick one of these up :)
  19. Honigschmidt

    Honigschmidt Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 1, 2011
    Sacramento Ca
    Sorry but I totally had to do this:

    In the same style and respect as the OP "eyebedam" I also show my carrying case :D


    It's a simple waterproof, padded small camera case. I wanted something that was not bulky and simple to attach to my pants. For travel I really just wanted the basics.

    ...oh and the Gun Mod to ;-)
  20. Serianna

    Serianna Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 21, 2012
    San Diego
    My 11 buck case from Kroger. Came with a ton of tools, all the elastic pre sewn in. Forgot to put my to go bottles in there for the pic, but I can fit 3 7ml bottles or one 1oz bottle and 1 7ml together in the spine before I zip it up.

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