Vape Cartridge holder box

Here in Washington state recreational pot is legal. One problem with vaping cartridges is they have no labels (too small and they get hot while in use). After we got 2 or 3 we’d end up asking each other “Which one is this again?”. They also should be stored upright.

We got frustrated enough to come up with a really simple box to organize the cartridges and keep them upright. My wife is a former graphic designer so she put our idea into design really quickly (only needed 1 trial before a final design).

The box is maple plywood. Assembles in 30 seconds. It’s perfectly stable on its own but we also glued the bottom tabs into the slots to make it super solid. The top we left removable in case a cartridge falls inside. We’ve had a bunch of friends get excited so we added numbers to the tab/slot pairs to make it brain-dead easy to put together.

Already working on getting it up on Etsy! :smiley:

DSC02224 DSC02227 DSC02231

22 Likes

But how do you remember what flavor foxtrot is?? :joy: I assume you have a key??
Nice, simple and totally functional.:+1:

1 Like

Yes, forgot to mention that (I took the pictures beforehand).

I created a really small table in Excel that fits one of the sides (using A, B, C… for the phonetic versions). Print it out, tape it on, then write down what each one is.

1 Like

I highly admire this. :wink:

1 Like

Nice work!

1 Like

Nice box! Would work for anything that you needed to stand upright. :slightly_smiling_face:

1 Like

If anyone is interested, we now have it available for purchase:

That’s lovely!

I’m gonna have to figure out something similar in a rectangular layout…hmmm (adds to never-ending list of future projects :stuck_out_tongue: )

I just had someone request a version with D&D alignments for the grid labels (lawful good, lawful neutral, chaotic good, etc.)

1 Like

Pretty cool idea!