Designed by V2 Engineers to be the most sophisticated Charging Case available, the V2 Portable Charging Case was created with your needs in mind. Slimmer than a pack of cigarettes, the V2 Portable Charging Case is innovation at its best, taking you one step further into the vapor revolution. Choose from 3 stylish colors, Graphite, Stainless Steel and Glossy White.
Note: V2 XL batteries are not compatible with the Standard Portable Charging Case. See the Portable Charging Case XL.
Length: 4.37”/111 mm Width: 2.48”/63 mm Depth: 0.70”/18 mm
Standard PCC output: DC 4.2 V, 200 mA with battery capacity of 1200 mAh
Posted by S Holt on 16th Sep 2013
I don't spend a lot of time at home or on my computer, so when I'm out with my e-cig, charging becomes a problem. The sleek and stylish portable charging cases are perfect for me when I'm on the go. I just have to screw in the e-cig and it charges fast. It's small enough to carry in my pocket and off I go. There is even room for me to carry an extra battery or cartridges. It's great.
Posted by Mike on 28th Aug 2013
Do not get me wrong, this PCC works and it works well, looks nice, and doesn't feel as cheap as SOME others. It reports and charges quickly.
The problems I have with this case need to be improved in a future model because they're silly. It fits 2 carts and literally a hair from fitting 3. I decided to grind it down with a cone dremmel so I could fit 3. With only 2, it leaves a lot of space for the 2 cards to shake up and move around. Also, the battery sits in the casing sloppily. Putting a rubber cart tip on the end will fix it, but for $50 you shouldn't have to sand and improvise.
At the end of the day it does it's job well while looking sleek.
Posted by Trisha (TN) on 26th Aug 2013
I love e-cigs for a lot of reasons from the ability to use them anywhere and the many flavors that they come in. The only drawback I’ve always had has been when I’m out and about and my e-cig runs out of energy. The V2 portable charging case solves my problem and lets me go anywhere without worrying about running of power. I can leave my regular charger at home and put the charging case in my pocket. I do a lot of traveling throughout the day and I’ve already used it several times.
Posted by Sue on 27th Jul 2013
This beautiful sleek case is something you just can't do without if you're going to be a regular e cigarette user. It's small size makes it very convenient and it easily fits into my purse, no problem. (It's actually smaller than a pack of cigarettes!) I like the fact that there is an indicator showing how much of a charge there is. That's really useful too. Last, but not least to me, is the ability to carry extra flavor cartridges. That's really what made me a big fan.
Whatever your reasons, this case is really handy and something you shouldn't be without. A must have accessory for sure.
Posted by Roger Cast on 13th Jul 2013
I have tried other E-Cigs and their bulky charge cases with flip tops that get snagged or just break. I like the slim design the quick charge and the ability to hold either the extra battery or carts i choose to have my extra battery . Since i usually smoke the cart i have for the day ..Nice job.
Posted by Cody on 31st May 2013
I'm new to v2, so overall Im blown away by their products. my only concern is the PCCs overall compatibility With the shorty cig, and the durability of the PCC.
when the led indicator on the shorty is blinking to let me know it needs recharging, the case led will still read 3 of 5 lights on the dead battery. not that big of a deal I guess. The big problem I have is the PCC doesn't fully charge the shorty cig. Even after the PCC powers itself off indicating a full charge, the shorty can be plugged into the wall charger and keep charging. neither of these things happen when using a standard size battery leading me to believe the PCC is not properly calibrated for the lower battery capacity. maybe you could add a selector switch to choose the size of battery being charged.
I'd also like to see a much more rugged design. maybe you could come out with a metal version of the PCC. And imho you should lose the sliding lid. a flip lid with a lock/latch of some sort would be great. sliders tend to get dirt, sand, etc, lodged in the moving parts requiring compressed air or partial dissasembly for cleaning. Not everyone is carrying their PCC around in a purse :)
I understand the majority of V2 customers may be female, but I know a lot of chain smoking guys who would be a lot better off vaping. maybe you should consider a counterpart to the couture line of products, marketed towards guys who need more durable rather than more aesthetically pleasing accessories.
Overall the PCC is a great product, and a must have for most people hoping to replaced smoking with vaping.
would be a 5 star product if it charged the shorty to full capacity.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2013
I love this case and it is very convenient but I have two problems:
This case is literally 1mm away from fitting 3 carts. I ended up taking the case apart and grinding down the plastic on one end of the compartment to fit 3 carts. While I had it apart I also noticed how tiny the battery is. While it does have decent battery life, I think they could have done better. Other than that I think it is a must have accessory for a daily vaper.
Posted by Mark on 12th Dec 2012
To reduce the noise from the Batt banging back and forth in your case ….. Just take one of the rubber inserts that come with the filters and slide it on one end of the batt… This help with noise because it won’t let the batt slide around.
Posted by Glenn V on 31st Jul 2012
Received my new case about a week ago and I have mixed feelings. THe look is great but the case feels light and fragile. Also would be great if you could store three carts.
Is it me or did the old version charge more batteries? Seems that way to me.
For $50++ I exspected more.
Disclaimer - I have being using V2 for over a year. After trying many others, V2 is above and beyond in all areas. Customer service is great while shipping is average at best.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2012
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