What’re you best options when comes to a vape storage stand or box? Well, I recently decided to sort my vape life out and these are the best vape stand and/or box options I found
I have draws (yes, DRAWS) full of vape gear. I spent ages looking for a vape storage box – like way too long. I needed something that looked good, would ideally sit on my book shelf, and not cost a fortune.
I also knew I needed one quick, as my current setup was practically buckling under the pressure. I have mods, tanks, E Juice bottles, wires, cotton… the works, basically, tucked away in a crappy set of draws.
My girlfriend hates it, is constantly telling me to sort it out, and I get this weird sinking feeling in my stomach whenever I look at it, as the task just seems, well… insurmountable.
There is just SO MUCH vape gear in these draws. Like, six year’s worth. I guess you could call me a vape hoarder, though it has got progressively worse as VapeBeat has grown; I get sent new, random things every week.
So, what vape storage box did I end up going for? Simple: this one – and, no, I’d not heard of this brand before, either.
- Durable acrylic is easy to clean
- Rubber feet prevent scratching of surfaces
- Holds and organizes mods, batteries and bottles
Why did I go for this one? First, it looked decent and wasn’t too expensive ($36.99). Second, it can fit A LOT of gear inside it. Not all my gear, mind, but a good chunk of it. The rest is going in the loft or in the trash. No one needs a five year old Aspire Nautilus hanging around in their cupboard, after all.
I got mine a couple of weeks back but I have only just started to set it up. So far, I’m pretty pleased with it. But I did encounter one thing when reorganising everything – I have way too many RDAs.
Queue… THE TITAN
If you’re feeling like a PIMP, you definitely want to go with the TITAN, as its decked out in Carbon Fibre and looks, let’s face it, completely BADASS.
The TITAN is super easy to assemble, it takes like five minutes, and once it’s all set-up it looks AMAZING.
I got mine via Amazon for $68 – and it was worth every damn penny!