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Old 11-06-2010, 02:40 AM   #1
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I was just kind of curious how people have been transporting their ecigs. I know I've gone through some different methods; from the clam shell case to a cheap multi tool pouch. Lately, with my finding messenger bags, I've just tossed them in a fairly empty compartment. I'm thinking of going back to my cheap multi tool pouch, but I was interested to see if there were some nifty things used for carrying.

I've seen the lanyard and some of the DIY stuff, but as my methods changed, so likely has the stuff I saw a year ago.
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Old 11-06-2010, 12:31 PM   #2
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when i only had 808's i would carry two complete ones in a lil' velvet e-cig pouch. for my mods i actually sewn my own case. i took a soft fabric sunglasses bag and turned it inside out. i laid my omega on top, and cut around it with scissors. (i dont own a sewing machine so i did it by hand. yeah boy scout skills). so i carry it in the bag in my back pocket or inside coat pocket with some small ice drop bottles with juice in them in the small pocket on in my jeans. if i'm traveling i carry a mod in a case logic mdt-1 diabetic case. the case logic bag i got from wallgreens pharmacy, or you can find them online.
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Old 11-06-2010, 12:42 PM   #3
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I pretty much carry mine in my left hand

Except when sleeping when it's in the pillow clip, or typing (the touch screen helps some).

My e-cig spends most of it's day right there in my hand.

Now supplies, where do you carry all your supplies, is the correct question.
You know, the spare mods, cartos, juice, spare batteries, tools (just in case you have to make a mod on the road ).

Paranoid, nope, not me, just prepared.

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Old 11-06-2010, 04:08 PM   #4
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Nice guys! Yeah I was considering ordering this: Amazon.com: Wera KK 40 Kraftform Bitholding Screwdriver and 3 1/2-Inch Bit Pouch Set, 7-Piece: Industrial & Scientific.



Seems like a decent amount of space I think. I've also been looking into small travel first aid kits and gun cleaning kits.
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Old 11-06-2010, 04:14 PM   #5
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I wish they had an inside image of this diabetic case. Size and price seem right though.

Amazon.com: Dia pak day mate travel case - 1 ea: Health & Personal Care: Reviews, Prices & more

It even comes with a gel pack to keep your juice cold
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Old 11-06-2010, 04:17 PM   #6
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Might not hold everything you need.

This would and some portable music.
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Old 11-06-2010, 05:41 PM   #7
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Nice guys! Yeah I was considering ordering this: Amazon.com: Wera KK 40 Kraftform Bitholding Screwdriver and 3 1/2-Inch Bit Pouch Set, 7-Piece: Industrial & Scientific.



Seems like a decent amount of space I think. I've also been looking into small travel first aid kits and gun cleaning kits.
I actually need something like this for WORK, believe it or not...
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Old 11-06-2010, 05:53 PM   #8
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I was just kind of curious how people have been transporting their ecigs. I know I've gone through some different methods; from the clam shell case to a cheap multi tool pouch. Lately, with my finding messenger bags, I've just tossed them in a fairly empty compartment. I'm thinking of going back to my cheap multi tool pouch, but I was interested to see if there were some nifty things used for carrying.

I've seen the lanyard and some of the DIY stuff, but as my methods changed, so likely has the stuff I saw a year ago.
They have nice cases at e-freedom cases.
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Old 11-06-2010, 05:55 PM   #9
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They have nice cases at e-freedom cases.
Poor Rose has not yet caught on to the true spirit of e-cigging!
Half the fun is finding stuff! Like the $1 ecig holder:

Go to the Dollar Store
Look for the instant stain removers and buy one in a pocket clip case.
Throw the stain remover out. It's just bleach, anyway
Open the screw top. shove your 510 inside, and clip it in your pocket
Alternately, If you Victoria, to your bra.

Presto!
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Old 11-06-2010, 06:09 PM   #10
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They have nice cases at e-freedom cases.
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Oh you weren't kidding! Thank you Rose!
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Poor Rose has not yet caught on to the true spirit of e-cigging!
Half the fun is finding stuff! Like the $1 ecig holder:

Go to the Dollar Store
Look for the instant stain removers and buy one in a pocket clip case.
Throw the stain remover out. It's just bleach, anyway
Open the screw top. shove your 510 inside, and clip it in your pocket
Alternately, If you Victoria, to your bra.

Presto!
I grew up in a house of improvision. The black and white T.V. that we watched had a bent copper pipe for a dial. You took the risk of getting shocked every time you changed the channel. If I have to go back to that I will, but for now...............
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I grew up in a house of improvision. The black and white T.V. that we watched had a bent copper pipe for a dial. You took the risk of getting shocked every time you changed the channel. If I have to go back to that I will, but for now...............
When Mom said Go outside and play, you said. s-s-s-s-sure!

I find a hard glasses case and a Crown Royal bag are just fine!
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When Mom said Go outside and play, you said. s-s-s-s-sure!

I find a hard glasses case and a Crown Royal bag are just fine!
That's right! It was a simpler and sweeter time. We knew how to play and entertain ourselves!!!
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I have the one called "work buddy" for my KR808 and it is awesome and you're welcome!
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Old 11-06-2010, 07:26 PM   #15
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I carry around 1 ego complete, 1 additional battery (if the one Im using isnt fully charged, one extra CE carto (with the silicon caps taken from old cartos)
in my pants or jacket pocket. I very rarely forget my pockets going from place to place. So far I haven't had a button problem so it all works pretty good for me. I have an ego case but Im not going away for the weekend most days.
The best part the is the price! The pockets come as free accessories to the pants! Rocky would be proud!
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Old 11-06-2010, 07:34 PM   #16
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Rocket's Stamp of Approval on that one.
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Old 11-08-2010, 02:18 AM   #17
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when i only had 808's i would carry two complete ones in a lil' velvet e-cig pouch. for my mods i actually sewn my own case. i took a soft fabric sunglasses bag and turned it inside out. i laid my omega on top, and cut around it with scissors. (i dont own a sewing machine so i did it by hand. yeah boy scout skills). so i carry it in the bag in my back pocket or inside coat pocket with some small ice drop bottles with juice in them in the small pocket on in my jeans. if i'm traveling i carry a mod in a case logic mdt-1 diabetic case. the case logic bag i got from wallgreens pharmacy, or you can find them online.
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I have a very small canvas bag similar to this that holds a TomTom, the car charger for same, has a cell phone pocket, a pocket I keep a small digital camera, and another pocket for my e cigs, batteries, chargers and atomizers, a place for my XM receiver and power cord. I can throw all of that in it, grab it with one hand and have everything I need

Something like this with a very small strap for you hand:
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I have a very small canvas bag similar to this that holds a TomTom, the car charger for same, has a cell phone pocket, a pocket I keep a small digital camera, and another pocket for my e cigs, batteries, chargers and atomizers, a place for my XM receiver and power cord. I can throw all of that in it, grab it with one hand and have everything I need

Something like this with a very small strap for you hand:
Where you get that?
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nice lil bag. i know lighthound.com carrys Maxpedition bags. also i bought a couple of rigs from blackhawk.com when back when i was younger, also i use to buy my BDU's from 511tactical.com. both of those sites have MIL spec bags, might be expensive though.

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You guys out west may be able to carry somthing like that, or up in the northeast, But down south, it needs to look like a hunting vest, shotgun sock, not a manbag

I have a really good looking manbag I carry
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nice lil bag. i know lighthound.com carrys Maxpedition bags. also i bought a couple of rigs from blackhawk.com when back when i was younger, also i use to buy my BDU's from 511tactical.com. both of those sites have MIL spec bags, might be expensive though.

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You guys out west may be able to carry somthing like that, or up in the northeast, But down south, it needs to look like a hunting vest, shotgun sock, not a manbag

I have a really good looking manbag I carry
Yeah I got a murse too! It's canvas!
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But, do you have a MIRDLE?
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But, do you have a MIRDLE?
No. But I found this and it certainly appears to suit your needs!
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It's spacious AND it's suitable for your area!
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