Guerrilla Straps Interview

Guerrilla Straps owner Lex Phumirat talks about his mod holder that resembles a gun holster.


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Guerrilla Straps are the coolest vaping accessory I’ve seen in years. What’s not to love about a vaping box mod holder that looks like a gun holster?!? (That was a rhetorical question, but if you really insist, the correct answer is nothing.) At SoCal Vape Convention 2016, Guerrilla Straps owner Lex Phumirat told me how the company got started, about his two launch models, about the colors he launched in February, and about the upcoming Guerrilla Straps v2. Check out the video interview above for all the details.

Guerilla Straps Warfare

Guerrilla Straps v1 features two pockets. One is meant to hold a box mod and comes with a strap to secure your mod. The strap can be re-positioned or removed entirely in order to best accommodate your mod-and-atomizer setup. The other pocket is meant for accessories, such as e-liquid bottles, batteries, etc. Naturally, you can put whatever you want in either pocket.

The first Guerrilla Straps models were black and brown. The former has a classy style that looks great with business or casual outfits. The latter has a more rugged look. In the clip above, I referred to them as “formal” and “cowboy,” respectively. Phumirat cheerfully agreed with those labels.

In February, the company┬áreleased three additional colors — red, pink, and off white. In addition to making fantastic Valentine’s Day gifts, the new colors helped the product appeal to a broader audience.

While Guerrilla Straps v1 models are perfect for box mod vapers, the next version will appeal to vapers that use tube mods. However, a modular design ensures that owners of the original model will be able to enjoy the new design, without having to buy a whole new setup. Check out my chat with Guerrilla Straps Lex above for all the details and let me know what you think of his product in the comments section.

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