Stog releases the Stasher, a new ultra-slim PCC
Stog’s new charging pack called the Stasher seeks to simplify portable vaping with the slimmest design we’ve seen yet.
A representative from Stog.com told Ecig Advanced the following in regards to their goal with the Stasher:
The Stasher was designed to give smokers a low maintenance way to transition to “vaping”. We wanted a case about the size of a cellphone that would safely store a fully assembled Stog Classic, extra filters, and also charge a spare PCU.
Our Stasher gives smokers the same portability and convenience they’re used to with their tobacco cigarettes. Smokers may now save money on tobacco tax and eliminate countless chemicals resulting from combustion; it’s all about making a bad habit less intrusive on your day to day life.
We couldn’t agree more. Making the transition from toting around a pack of smokes to toting around all of the “stuff” that comes with electronic cigarettes can be tough. At right around the size of an iPhone, the Stasher will make a big difference for new or space-conscious vapers alike. Particularly for those who like to carry their gear in a pocket, it feels like nothing compared to more bulky and “boxy” PCCs used with 510 thread or other batteries.
(Note: PCC is an unfortunate acronym meaning “personal charging case” which will be used henceforth for lack of a better one)
The big news is that the Stasher has the same features as the best PCCs with just about half the width. While we’ve seen other slimline PCCs in the past, like the popular slide and top-open models for KR808D-1 batteries, this is the first we’ve seen that allows space for charging, an assembled e-cig and extra cartomizers. The pack also has a quality feel, with a soft-touch finish and a sturdiness that has lacked in other slimline cases we’ve reviewed.
The front face features a charging indicator that shows the packs life and glows red when charging. The decrease in size doesn’t seem to have effected its usefulness either, as the Stasher will charge a Stog battery 3-4 times before running out of juice.
Currently the Stasher is available as part of the Classic Stasher Bundle from Stog, which includes two batteries, ten cartomizers, USB and wall charger and the PCC for $94.
And while the price of entry is higher than others, the Stog is one we’ve recommended time and again as a great transition product and an all-around top quality mini. The addition of the Stasher improves our overall opinion of the kit, adding a level of portability and comfort that we haven’t seen before. Needless to say, it’s pretty stylin’ too.
For more information about Stog, be sure to check out our Stog Reviews.