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Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by M & M, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. Misshaunter

    Misshaunter Full Member

    Nov 11, 2010
    Oregon
    I found tiny stickers in the kids section of the dollar tree store to mark my carts and matching 2 ml bottles. I bought one of those hinged eyeglass cases too at the DT that can fit 6-2ml bottles 6 carts 1- 510 atty,my 510 Ego and 1-510 manual battery
     
  2. Brat

    Brat Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 16, 2010
    Berlin, CT
    If you're looking for a way to perhaps label your cartridges and bottles (without paper getting all sticky or falling off) I found some of those little colored elastic bands work real well to mark the carts and bottles.
     
  3. Ardeagold

    Ardeagold Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 1, 2010
    Maryland
    Ask your Vet for a couple of syringes (if you have a pet, that is...and the Vet knows you). I have about 15 syringes I've collected over the years, to give liquid meds to my pets. For that, I take off the needle, but you don't have to. Mine gives them to me for free.

    Also, you can ask the pharmacist/check out person at WalMart or any other pharmacy for a couple of diabetic type syringes. They're VERY slender. I asked for one for Heartworm liquid for my dogs, and the person gave me 4 of them. Needle and all. Free.
     
  4. Meggalette

    Meggalette Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 22, 2010
    Herrin, Illinois
    The Dollar Tree has a wealth of supplies you can use for storage. In the health and beauty section, there is a case with cotton balls, q-tips, and square cotton pads. The case is plastic and has 4 separate compartments. This works great for holding juice bottles up to 10 ml. They also have first-aid kits in small white plastic cases. These cases are good for storing lots of different e-cig supplies. Down the hardware aisle, they have lots of different camera/ipod cases, very easily modded into travel case for e-cigs. Little tupperware containers, I mean tiny, in packs of 8 or 10 (some round, some square). I use these to keep things separate in the base of my tackle box, so various things aren't just floating around down there. I always check the Dollar Tree for supplies before anywhere else. That place is great and only $1!
     
  5. SuZamme

    SuZamme Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Oct 24, 2009
    Nashville, Indiana USA
    Excellent tips. I really appreciate the aisle by aisle directions.
     
  6. I have found that using a soft pencil case works great for quick portability especially since you can get then just the right size to fit into a purse.
    I am also working up a design idea to create a more femme-like case at a low cost. The full design has not yet hit the "put it to paper phase yet, but will be very soon. I'll post the design idea here when i get it drawn out.
     
  7. Okay skipped the drawing and just ended up putting random favorite peices of plain old cases and carriers together to create my super purse. It is part cloth binder page with zipper pockets, part of a really ugly old purse, part camera case, and part cell phone case. Lots of random decor to include some of my hubby's older rank patches and pins. (looks like a hippie made it, and no I am not a hippie)
    What came of it all was my very own personalized monstrosity to fashion, purse. I made it to where I can keep all my e-cig needs withing easy grasp by having a series of organized pockets designated to them only. It strangely enough does save the time from digging through random cases inside of cases hoping to have the right one issue.
    I'll post a pic of this later on when I am not feeling so lazy.
     
  8. Koman

    Koman Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 7, 2010
    lv
    Great tips, will apply to everyone.
     
  9. ropetrick

    ropetrick Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 1, 2010
    Athens, GA
    I've just started using an Allen Rifle Cartridge Carrier bought at my local Academy Sports for $4.99 to carry all my 510 stuff. It holds everything, including 3 ml bottles. Similar to this model on Amazon, but solid black.

    Amazon.com: Allen Company Ammo Rifle Belt Carrier Pouch: Sports & Outdoors

    I mostly use XL CE2s now, which fit wonderfully. 510 manual batteries, turned sideways so the buttons aren't easy to accidentally depress, seem to never fire while in the case.
     
  10. lilfarmtruck

    lilfarmtruck Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 10, 2010
    MO
    Wow seems like we are a bunch of genius scavengers! LOL

    Since I dont have kids or pets that can get to my stuff, I use those clear 3 drawer stackable units found at walmart where all the storage containers are located. I have two small ones setting side by side on the bottom shelf of one of my kitchen cabinets. I open the cabinet and VIOLA there is all my stuff neatly arranged at a glance!
     
  11. WVvet

    WVvet Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 11, 2011
    WV
    kj - Get one! I got a Golla case at K-mart that is about the size of a pack of analogs, holds everything and even has a belt hook and a big clip on the end and a neck strap. Cool designs too...
     
  12. aubergine

    aubergine Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 22, 2010
    MD
    This has probably already been mentioned in here, but if you're a juice fanatic zipped cases for aroma therapy bottles are really nice for travelling, or just to keep juices dark, easy to access and orderly. Mine is by Therapure, from Amazon. The "presentation case" model is like a zipped notebook. Most have pockets and enough space there to tuck in lots of other supplies, but I mostly just use them for the juice. It would be easy to add more elastic bands to the pocket page and flap to customize stuff-carrying. Especially great for vacation.
    I like to carry a LOT of juices as I rotate constantly. These would be handy in the fridge, also, if you store your juice that way. Love my cases.
    They are NOT real cheap; depends on size. Mine was @ $35. The top row won't hold juice as standard ecig bottles are too tall cause of dropper tops - but you do fill the case, the elastic's just a little lower than the bottle waist. Just subtract that many from usual capacity (you can get them to up to 72 AT bottles - mine, for 32, holds 24 minus that top row).
    They have neat looking soft little purse size carrying cases and larger soft ones also - I don't know if they're tall enough though.
     
  13. aubergine

    aubergine Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 22, 2010
    MD
  14. Ronaldo

    Ronaldo Full Member Verified Member

    Apr 22, 2012
    LAKE WALES,FL
    Great info. Like your avatar, Aubergine. Along the same lines. Spells Of Magic - Learn Witchcraft, Wicca and Magic carries bottles and amphoria of various shapes and sizes that are worn around the neck on a chain. Designed for aromatic oils, they would hold e-liquid.
     
  15. Koman

    Koman Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 7, 2010
    lv
    Ha ha, cool stuff on the spells, Ronaldo.
     
  16. pantul

    pantul Full Member Verified Member

    Oct 19, 2012
    Las Vegas NV USA
    Great info and tips. Thanks to all of the posters. I think its time to go shopping
     
  17. dragonfly72

    dragonfly72 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 9, 2012
    Berwick
    I have two tips....I use a large caboodles makeup case to store all my gear. The spaces for lipsticks hold your juice bottles perfectly and it opens up like a tool box.
    Also I use nail polish pads...they are small squares of LINT FREE cotton that are very absorbant and very cheap. Great for cleaning up when filling your stuff. You get like 200 for $2.
     
  18. stormwench

    stormwench Moved On

    May 15, 2013
    Bellevue, WA, USA
    If you live in a state that cannot sell you actual syringes (used for injections) at a pharmacy ask to purchase the syringes they can legally sell you that they provide for children's liquid prescriptions. They are marked in ml, like any syringe, and actually have a better seal for liquids as many of these liquid oral meds for kids are thick and syrupy.

    Empty soft bottles, with various tops and or connections and blunt needles as well as syringe tip bottle from any local henna stop or artist.
     
  19. tbaz

    tbaz Full Member

    Oct 16, 2013
    Arizona
  20. mitchg

    mitchg Full Member

    Feb 28, 2014
    Found this case at Michael's today for $1.99! Holds 5 18650's. i lined it with some bubble wrap I got from a package. [​IMG]
     
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