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Topic: New cases
Message: Posted by: Darth Ewok (Jun 17, 2008 07:12PM)
I finally found the perfect cases for my stuff

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh286/darth_ewok/cases2.jpg

the close up case fits inside the big one so it all is easy to carry
Message: Posted by: M-Illusion (Jun 19, 2008 04:43PM)
Nice!
Message: Posted by: MickeyPainless (Jun 19, 2008 10:07PM)
Kevin,
Those look like the VAULTZ cases (which have been discussed around here) and I must say I have now acquired just about every one they make and LOVE EM! I'm currently modifying the large file box as a partitioned trunk! Check out the small "Pencil" boxes for keeping things separate! Check out the luggage department of a WalMart type store for one of those fold up luggage dollies for transport!

Mick
Message: Posted by: phillipsje (Jun 19, 2008 10:18PM)
Mick,

I also have almost all of the VAULTZ cases. They aren't as full of props as they were but I have them everywhere in my office.

Jeff
Message: Posted by: phillipsje (Jun 19, 2008 10:21PM)
Here's a link to a box I hope to be getting soon.

http://www.cococosmetics.com/studio7series.html

This same box was used by a magician on CSI Miami. I can't remember his name right now.
I saw the episode and loved the box. I had to buy that season on DVD so I could freeze frame on it.
Message: Posted by: Dustin Baker (Jun 19, 2008 11:56PM)
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On 2008-06-19 23:21, phillipsje wrote:
Here's a link to a box I hope to be getting soon.

http://www.cococosmetics.com/studio7series.html

This same box was used by a magician on CSI Miami. I can't remember his name right now.
I saw the episode and loved the box. I had to buy that season on DVD so I could freeze frame on it.
[/quote]

HOLY SHRIMP!
That case is awesome.
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 20, 2008 09:17AM)
The smaller Vaultz case that Darth posted is made in 2 models, I think the one in the pic is the less expensive of the 2. The other has a combination lock (instead of the key), has little rubber feet and slightly more padding inside the bottom. The size of the case itself (not counting the extra padding) is the same, otherwise. I have one of each of those, and used to use one of the larger ones shown as a case for my Pro-Viper and another for a MAK "Deceptive Square Circle", which was a perfect fit after you get rid of the hanging folder things inside the case. You would either bend them down flat or remove them completely. Nice cases. I use the smaller, flatter Vaultz cases for wireless mic and some of my iCue2 parts (remote and such).

Steve
Message: Posted by: Darth Ewok (Jun 24, 2008 05:14PM)
The one in my pic has a combination lock. I plan on getting a few more of the vaultz cases. they are prety cool