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Vaping on the road
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Post: #21
RE: Vaping on the road
Nice job so far Don, it should get easier as time goes on. After a while you'll begin to enjoy vaping more than the stinkies.
08-01-2014 08:55 PM
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RE: Vaping on the road
Once last week I set fire to a stinky then tossed it into touch. As in WTF was I doing?!

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08-01-2014 09:06 PM
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Post: #23
RE: Vaping on the road
I usually plop it in the cup holder or a little pocket by the shifter.

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I dont know if I just got lucky with my Ikarus clone, but I have not had any leaking/flooding issues. Once in a while I will get a little juice in the drip tip, but not a whole lot, just a drop

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18-01-2014 08:10 PM
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RE: Vaping on the road
It will leak. If its air hole down, it'll leak. I just keep it as vertical as possible and its fine.
18-01-2014 08:21 PM
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RE: Vaping on the road
I'm late to the party on this one, I know, but I made a mod holder that fits in my cupholder using a 2x4, a 3" hole cutter, and a 1" bit. Cut a 3" circle, drill three or four 1" holes nearly through, and BAM, instant carrier for 3-4 mods. The 2x4 is thick enough that mods won't fall out if you accelerate/decelerate too fast, but short enough to fit nicely in the cup holder. And if your car doesn't have cup holders, just stick it on the console with some duck tape. Or buy a cupholder, they're like $2 at Walmart. 
25-09-2014 01:08 PM
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RE: Vaping on the road
Given up on holders as none of the ones I've tried could cope with the almost weekly change in devices. Normally when I'm travelling, the boot (trunk) is full of the stuff I feel the need to haul around, the back seat full of assistants which leaves the passenger seat for mods and non-leaking atties (I can recommend Rose atomisers for this Smile), phones, and the rats nest of cables for phone chargers,18650 chargers, iPods, GPS units and whatever else needs to be to hand. Basically I need a Unimog based van. But with the same fuel consumption as the Skoda.

The closest I've seen to my ideal transport was a Sisu 6x6 truck that some moron managed to set fire to a crate of 81mm mortar bombs in the back of. The driver (no genius himself) fried the engine, clutch and several transfer boxes while trying to drive away from the conflagration in the back of his wagon. 

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25-09-2014 07:03 PM
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RE: Vaping on the road
I mostly built the holder because I got sick of having that rat's nest in my passenger seat. Lol I've got a car 18650 charger, phone charger, iPod charger, aux cable for the iPod, the iPod and phone themselves, at least two hats, a bag of some sort of fast food, and that's just the stuff that's always there, not counting anything I might pick up on a given day. lol
26-09-2014 02:59 AM
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