With vapes pretty much banned on buses – planes and trains – the Vape Any Wear filter could be a way to vape literally ‘anywhere you like’.
This is a kind of review – given I’ve used this since I picked it up at Vaper Expo – but also an introduction to the brains behind the device and a bit of a ‘show ‘n tell’.
The inventor – promoter and indeed marketer is Curtis Dorrington, and when I say brains behind this device – I mean it.
In my piece on the UK Vaper Expo 2019 – I called him a “vaping entrepreneur” and that’s exactly what he is IMHO.
Curtis works for Rolls Royce and was tired of being made to vape next to the smokers in the company’s smoking shelter.
Using his science skills he spent an age looking for a solution.
Once he’d come up with the groundwork – as to what was needed inside the pouch – he took it to a manufacturer and the rest as they say is history.
The device has been around for wee while and is now sold in a few online vape shops as well as some bricks and mortar stores.
OK let’s take a look at what exactly the Vape Any Wear bag / pouch / device actually is.
So What Is the Vape Any Wear Device?
The idea is simple.
Say you’re on a train or plane or indeed anywhere you’re not allowed to vape.
You take a toot on your device and then blow the vapour into the Vape Any Wear pouch and those clouds stay sealed inside.
Checkout the video from Dean – the Devil Vaper to see the original prototype in action:
Like I said to Curtis – ingenious!
But does it work?
Yes it does – as you can see above lol – and very well indeed.
I used this on the train on the way back from Expo and was stood [no bloody seats as usual] in the entrance with a crowd of vapers.
Every single one of them used it – wiped after use lol – and every single one of them loved it!
How Does It Work?
Obviously what’s inside the bag/pouch is a closely guarded secret and the patent is pending.
I have a feeling like other innovative vape ideas – such as the awesome Coily Tool – the Chinese may already be eyeing this one to ‘clone’.
So all you need to do is vape – then blow into the bag…a bit like a breathalyzer lol.
Make sure your lips are sealed tight around the tip [ooer missus – that’s what she said] and by not pressing the bag afterwards – [enuff of the double entendres lol] – the vapour will remain a bit like the Genie going back into the bottle ;).
I’ve found it works well with DTL and MTL vaping – and even after a good 7 second drag on my Zeus X RTA – the clouds remained in the bag with just the tiniest – and I mean minimal – amount of wisps released – and that could have been my heavy handling.
I found literally zero leaks using the MTL device.
So yeah it works – and works well – so highly recommended.
There is lanyard now so you don’t need to keep it in your pocket – to be discreet keep it tucked under your shirt 😉
I’d like to see a design change – it’s not exactly pleasing to the eye at the moment.
Maybe more colour options and a little less logo and letters might make it look less like a vaping colostomy bag as I jokingly called it chatting with TVP lol.
The fact it says Vapour Filter down the side in bold letters – kind of gives the game away somewhat lol.
But hey – it works and looks ain’t everything as I often tell people…
One thing is clear – the barman in one of my local pubs bloody loved it and said he reckoned pubs would stock them to cut down on cloudage – which is running the risk of vape bans in pubs that allow vaping.
Vape considerately people!
Whilst there’s no law as yet that stops you vaping in public spaces – there are numerous BS byelaws and bans.
This is an easy workaround until we can convince councils and businesses to back off with their unfounded anti-vape stances.
So yeah – clever idea that works – I like it.
BTW if used say daily on your train trip or work place for short vape breaks you’ll get about 2 weeks use per pouch – much longer if used less regularly.