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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. TommyG

    TommyG Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 12, 2012
    Aurora, CO
    The newest way I've been carrying my gear, the X-Acto case I revamped for an ego case has been repurposed as what I've been calling the Fail Box. I made this out of anger, and kind of posted it for some humor, but this thing has gotten decent feedback, and after a full 24 hours the voltage has yet to drop to 3.7.


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  2. ProveIt

    ProveIt Full Member

    Feb 21, 2012
    United States
    Too lazy to post custom pic, but I found the large eGo case was the right size for a travel kit for my White Cloud - will hold 2 spare batteries, 2 charger cables, dual port car charger, 4 port wall outlet (for cell phone as well), and 10 cartridges.

    I have been pleasantly surprised with my metal carry case - reviews said it was flimsy, but they have held up fine.

    I wish I could find a clamshell case that would fit an assembled White Cloud, additional battery, and at least 2 cartridges, but all I could find were too small.

    I am in the process of putting together my camping travel hit - Pelican 1150 micro case to hold 2 packs of cartridges, 3 batteries, 2 charger cables, 2 solar batteries, hand crank charger, my iPhone, and some matches. With the clear lid I should be able to strap to my pack and let the solar batteries charge as I walk!
  3. Uma

    Uma Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 4, 2010
    My Zenesis Standard (18650) came in a Vault Case just like this one. The zippered case holds the Kanthal wire, Allen wrenches, SS mesh wires, and extra drip tips. The loops fit my extra batteries just perfectly, keeping them snuggly in place. Plus, of course, the Zenesis and other stuff fit in it perfectly too. It's great for extended trips out of the house, as well as for keeping everything in one organized place while at home.
  4. Bubbakinns

    Bubbakinns Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2010
    Central Coast, Ca
  5. Blargh23

    Blargh23 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 9, 2012
    Arizona, US
    As far as personal carry:

    An extra battery, three cartomizers, and a 6ml bottle fit in a tall prescription bottle.

    PV goes in a cheap lanyard case.
  6. takirb

    takirb Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 28, 2012
    I use the same Case Logic USB flash drive case that's been posted a couple times before in this thread. I got it for Christmas years ago, and scrambled to find it last weekend. Nifty little case that's finally getting some use ;)

    Watch for size comparison

    2 10ml bottles, 3 Volt 808 batteries, 1 Volt USB charge adapter, drip tip, 510/808 adapter, 1 locked 1100mah KGO battery, EMDCC cartos, Smoketech 1.7 XL cartos, and a Q-tip and toothpick

    808 cartos and KGO USB charger (not in picture) in the mesh backend

    Thinking of modding a USB hub for charging into it somehow, maybe using the backend mesh or something. Not sure on that, but that Vault case posted earlier is pretty inspiring!
  7. zapped

    zapped Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I just made this tonight for my Provari.If anyone wants one shoot me a pm and I can either tell you how to do it or can make one for you.

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  8. eleighc

    eleighc Full Member

    Apr 18, 2012

    Awesome! A vaping emergency kit.
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