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Protect my ProVari

Discussion in 'ProVari' started by j3suss, Aug 27, 2013.

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  1. j3suss

    j3suss Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2012

    this week I'll have my new and second ProVari. I have fear of suffering falls. My first ProVari has a scratch and want to know what to use to protect it. I do not know if it's better a pendant, a sticker, a protective pouch or bag lantern. I would like to enter the ProVari mini and lite kayfun together.

    Thank you!
  2. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2012
    Ridgeway, Ohio
    There once was an excellent leather worker at Serenity Gear who made custom leather sleeves, holsters, and lanyards, but last I heard he has taken a long reprieve for personal reasons.

    You can use the lanyard that Provape sells onsite, but not owning one of those I don't know how well it works: ProVari Lanyard - Blue

    There are a couple of vendors that sell adhesive skins or wraps custom cut to fit a Provari, some in clear finishes.

    Or you can use a rubber motorcycle grip cut with a exacto knife for a cheap DIY rubber sleeve. There's a thread here on ECF on where to find the right one and how to customize it.


    Here's an older thread that shows what other Provari owners use:

    Editted to add new links.
  3. stevegmu

    stevegmu Moved On ECF Veteran

    I don't like putting covers on nice things, so will simply carry my ProVari in an Oakley Microclear pouch. For travel, it will go in a Pelican case.
  4. 2coils

    2coils Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 29, 2012
    New Jersey
    I DO have the Provari Lanyard. Absolutely works fine. The materiel has some elasticity to it for a snug fit. If I were to criticize at all my three complaints are :
    1- the darn thing does get tangled a bit if you are active
    2- You may need to stuff a couple of cotton balls in the bottom of it so the device sits at the right height in the lanyard.
    3- My wife tells me I look like a dork wearing it! HA, I tell her tough crap!
    When I use a Provari, I do always use the lanyard too, so it does do its job.
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