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Topic: Love those hard cases
Message: Posted by: Mike Melito (May 6, 2008 01:11PM)
I just found http://www.vaultz.net that carries a good selection of nice looking hard cases that are great to use. I bought the DVD carrier, Art Case and even the Camera case too. The camera case is for a gag of having a secure looking box that unlocks to pull out a deck of cards.

Anyway, they have a very nice black cloth lining with an adjustable divider that works out great.
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (May 6, 2008 01:33PM)
I like 'em too. the locking feature is nice. after a kid's show you can close the lid and *click* they can't get to your props. it's like having your own personal security guard.

I use them for all my shows now.
Message: Posted by: mrunge (May 6, 2008 02:01PM)
Yep...Vaultz cases are my favorite!

I use the pencil box all the time as a close up case. Some of the guys in our magic club has even started using it after seeing mine. It will hold a LOT of stuff and is real easy to carry around. Office Depot usually has them in the, you guessed it, pencil / school supplies department for under $10.


Mark. :thumbsup:
Message: Posted by: fxdude (May 6, 2008 10:57PM)
I picked up their gadget case at Best Buy and have been using it for my close up tricks. I took the plastic cases that my coins came in and put velcro on the back. They stick to the soft interior of the lid pretty well.
Message: Posted by: Regan (May 7, 2008 06:56AM)
I bought a Vaultz case around 4-5 years ago. I now use 2 of them. They are fabtastic cases!

Message: Posted by: B Hackler (May 7, 2008 10:28AM)
I have been using vaultz cases for 2 years they are great.
Message: Posted by: Kipee (May 7, 2008 01:22PM)
With so many great responses, it's time to invest me-thinks!
Message: Posted by: Mike Melito (May 9, 2008 09:01AM)
One other suggestion I have. I have the Art Supply case I got at Office Max. I took off the Art Paint Pallet design on the cover and covered it with a blown up picture of my business card. It is almost perfect to being porportional with the card and the case. It looks good. The only thing I have to add to the case is a string/stopper so the case doesn't open all the way like a book to lay down flat on the table. This is to keep prying eyes out of the case.
Message: Posted by: slyhand (May 11, 2008 06:28PM)
Do they have dividers or is it just an empty case?
Message: Posted by: Dustin Baker (May 11, 2008 06:31PM)
That depends on which model you buy, and what you mean by dividers.

If you mean dividers as you'd find in an electrician's case, no.

If you mean dividers like a mesh pocket, a zipper pocket, an elastic loop, etc. Some do and some don't.
Message: Posted by: Mike Melito (May 12, 2008 09:26AM)
The dividers that came in my cases are a firm cardboard kindof material covered in the same material that lines the case and there are velcro pieces on the ends to adjust them. the art case has one legnth-wise divider and then a smaller one that branches off of it. The DVD carrier has one divider. You can get a good picture of them on the http://www.vaultz.net. Make sure to check EBAY!! I got the DVD case for 1/2 what it would cost in the store.
Message: Posted by: M-Illusion (Jun 19, 2008 04:46PM)
They are very nice cases and useful for smaller prop storage, transportation and management. We did however, have a tech. director at a theatre once think it was a good idea to stand on one...
Message: Posted by: sjballa147 (Aug 1, 2008 10:24AM)
On 2008-06-19 17:46, M-Illusion wrote:
They are very nice cases and useful for smaller prop storage, transportation and management. We did however, have a tech. director at a theatre once think it was a good idea to stand on one...

I did the same thing to my first Home Depot Suitcase.

Message: Posted by: Kyle^Ravin (Aug 10, 2008 11:11PM)
Their mini gadget box looks great for close up gigs
Message: Posted by: JamesTong (Aug 11, 2008 06:49AM)
Those are really nice looking cases. Unfortunately I can't get them from my own country.