Keeping My Cue™ Vapor System Supplies Organized

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This post is intended for an audience of adults age 21 and older.


I am almost 40 years old and I can say that I have collectively spent 20 of my years in a relationship with smoking. I had a nice long break when I had my last child, but got sucked back in a couple years ago. I hate the addiction, I hate that I quit for so long and went back. But thankfully, I recently quit smoking cigarettes because I have switched to vaping exclusively. I recently had the chance to try a new system called Cue™ Vapor System, which involves disposable cartridges instead of bottles of juice with eye droppers.

“Vaping,” In case you aren’t sure what vaping is, it involves a battery charged device that heats up a coil, and that coil vaporizes, which varies across the board, involves flavoring and various nicotine levels.

The issues I have run into with my regular vaping system is the MESS involved with the systems. You have to drop the juice into the chambers which can get messy, and then sometimes the devices can just leak, which is even messier. Before I found the Cue system I had always wished there was an easy and cleaner way to load my vape and thankfully, somebody was thinking the same thing!

The pre-measured tanks come in sealed packages, and it’s just a matter of pulling out the stopper plugs, tilting and clicking it in place, and you are ready to go!

Another issue I run into is keeping all my vape stuff in place. As I am writing this piece, I counted my juice bottles for my normal system, and I have TWELVE bottles. I decided that there had to be a better way to keep all of this together!

I wanted to share with you how I keep all of my Cue supplies together. This was important to me because I have 4 e-liquid cartridges for my system and because I like to switch flavors a lot, I needed the cartridges to stay clean and together.

First and foremost, with your Cue Vapor System  flavor cartridges, when you aren’t using them, put the plastic toppers back on them. It will keep the mouthpiece area clean of dust or anything that can get in them.

Secondly, while not completely necessary, it is still a good idea to put a napkin on the bottom of your basket or box just to catch anything that might drip.

Thirdly, consider using a box or basket with open sides or slots because you can set your vape charger in there (so you know where it is, always!) and have everything you need, right there and ready for charging.

Cue Vapor System Organization Caddy

Materials Needed:

1 plastic basket with open slots, around 4X6 inches in size

Cue Vapor System flavor cartridges

Mini USB charge cord

Napkin (optional)

  1. If desired, lay Napkin on the bottom of the basket
  2. Put USB cord through one of the slots with the larger end hanging outside toward the outlet.
  3. Place your Cue Vapor System in the basket (near the usb cord if charging)
  4. Place all your flavor cartridges in the basket (make sure they have toppers in them!

With this organization you can just pick up the entire basket and move it to where you need it to be. Everything you need is in one place and tidy. I kept my box in my basket too, because I kept the instruction books in the box and I keep a spare charge cord in the box.

I plan to buy some more cartridges because I like the flavors so much. I don’t know how they did it but the flavors are SO smooth. The flavors are so affordable that I don’t mind, because they are cheaper than the bottles I buy.

The Cue Vapor System can be purchased online and is available at select stores.

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About Candace Reid

Candace Reid is the owner and author of My Serendipity Life. She is the mother of 3 and a college graduate having earned her Associates Degree in Business for Hospitality/Food Service Management. an an AAS degree in Photographic Imaging from Lansing Community College. She also loves to blog about food, fun tech and travel. Email Candace

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