Stempod allows you to bring an on demand full convention vape with you no matter where you are.
Last blog we look at replacing coils on your Stempod. With a fresh pair of coils you should be ready to hit the road and travel with your Stempod.
If you are looking for a setup that you can carry with you , I’d recommend the Mini stem paired with a small box mod such as the one below. Although not the smallest vape, this should fit in jean pockets as well as jacket pockets.
One of the benefits of owning a Stempod is the Included wood box. Instead of a boring piece of plastic that you throw in the trash, we encourage you to use it as a safe place to keep all your MPL accessories.
Here is how I setup mine when carrying it with me on the go. Let us know your thoughts below in the comments about ways that you use your Stashpod on the go!
1. In the top most small section I keep some spare parts. Fresh O ring, and a set of Clapton coils.
2. In the main top section I keep the Stempod itself, coil replacement tool, both baskets, and the cooling stem. (YES it still fits even with a Dynavap Fat mouthpiece!)
3. Flipping the Stashpod over to the bottom is where things get interesting. I keep a charger for my box mod, spare , and the original stem all in the bottom. If you don’t have a charger laying around hit up amazon for a really short cable to fit in the Stashpod.
This section of the stashpod fits 2 (18650) batteries if you prefer to carry these instead of the original stem and charger.
Instead of carrying the original stem and the cooling mouthpiece, Water pipe adapters such as a 18 to 14mm will also fit in the bottom section.
4. Fitting the small stash of did require some small modification to the Stashpod. All I did was take an old knife and slowly was able to make enough room for the container.
This is how I was able to pack as much stuff as I need into the Stashpod. Once I get a 200w box mod with dual 18650s, I will carry them instead of my charging cable and regular stem.
Please let us know your thoughts down below in the comments. Feel free to reach out to us at Dan@modpodlabs.com or on Instagram @modpod_labs with your feedback and suggestions. Be sure to follow us on Reddit!