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bobnudd

Smell proof case?

Hello, can you recommend a little smell proof case for a Crafty?

 

Didn't really think it smelt till i went back into a gig yesterday and a couple of women in front were wafting their hands pointing at me mouthing 'weed' ..:wassnnme: 

 

So chewing gum can take care of me, but there was still a distinct waft of green coming from my pocket.  They could have a had a pull if they'd asked me !

 

 

 

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Ryot cases work well although they can struggle with weed so worth factor in a little herb pot ,  Vapefiend has it all on his site.

My Mighty reeks , it has to be in a case when travelling, as you say getting a pull won't be wanted. The case gets a wash every so often as well just to freshen things up.

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I'd go with either the small or medium Smell Safe Travel Case- both fit the Crafty, the bigger one also has room for other bits like a Jyarz with herb, grinder etc.

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cheers for the response @vapefiend. Do you know the difference between the travel case and the carry case? Looks like the carry case is a hard shell?

Does the Crafty fits in the small carry case? Looking for smallest thing to slip in pocket.

 

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go in a chemist and get a toothbrush case of some sort, I shopped about and got one that takes 4 proper fattys, il hold my hands up, its pink, but whos going to see it? I put my js in a small ziplock bag roll it up and plop it in the brush case, iv not noticed any smell coming from it yet, opposed to a few js flopped in the side pocket of my rucksack that stunk the fecking bus out every morning lol 

 

 

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Pirates recommending toothbrush cases? :unsure:    I don't recognize a single  thing in this newfangled world we live in lol  

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Cigar tubes are often alright. The pound shop sell tiny Kilner jars at the moment that hold a single skin or ten. You can buy spliff tubes with flip top. Olives often come in tall skinny glass jars, about an inch wide and 5 high. That will hold some kings, some green and a couple of ready rolls. Most jars on the supermarket shelves are well sealed and tough. If a little heavy.

 

Them clip sided Tupperware things are hit and miss. If you get a good one, the seal will get covered over time until you can get a faint whiff from it. Though I have had many outings from a tidy curver I once had.

 

I bet you can get plastic test-tubes with decent stoppers. The jacket from a broken fish tank heater. A waterproof AA sized torch has seen use through the post. Panda Pops? 

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I brought a tight-pac for js only 3 quid its got a seal no smell

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On 7/14/2017 at 3:28 PM, bobnudd said:

cheers for the response @vapefiend. Do you know the difference between the travel case and the carry case? Looks like the carry case is a hard shell?

Does the Crafty fits in the small carry case? Looking for smallest thing to slip in pocket.

 

thanks

That's right, the carry case is a hard shell- the Crafty would only fit in the larger size of that one. If you want a perfect fit, the small travel case is the one.

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