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Topic: The Perfect Close-Up Case.
Message: Posted by: Monkeyboy007 (Oct 11, 2008 03:19AM)
I just purchased the perfect close-up case for me anyway. It might be a little big for some of you. But for my purpose (I have a lot of stuff) it's perfect. I first saw it on Doug Malloy's website. I really liked it. It's like several cases in one with plenty of room for everything. Even some bigger items that might not fit in a smaller case. I can do a 90 min show out of this case easy.

Here's the link: http://www.malloymodernmagic.com/multigig_case.htm

I was getting ready to purchase it from Doug's website when I wandered into a professional make-up supply store here in Las Vegas by total accident. I found the exact case. I love this thing. It's by far the best case I've ever had. I have found a bunch of new ways to do stuff just using the case itself.

Well worth investigating and investing in and for the record, Doug's price isn't bad. I would get it if you are a serious close up worker. This case will travel easy and it's even on wheels. I can't say enough great things about it. It's just the perfect case for me. So check it out!!
Message: Posted by: pepka (Oct 11, 2008 07:09AM)
A friend of mine had one of these and he too called it a close-up case. I can't imagine using this thing for close-up or strolling. Possibly parlor though. Do you have a link to the place you bought it in Vegas?
Message: Posted by: JamesTong (Oct 11, 2008 08:32AM)
With all those compartments this case certainly look useful.

How are you doing with the case now? How much can you pack in?
Message: Posted by: Monkeyboy007 (Oct 11, 2008 05:49PM)
Pepka... The store I got it from doesn't have a link... but I found it online for the same price I paid.

http://www.yazmo.com/proaluminummakeupcaseblackts-36.aspx

Shipping is free here too.



James.. .you can pack a ton of stuff in it. Seriously. It's the perfect case for me.
I love it and you should get one. It will fit everything you need and more.
I travel a lot so that's what I was thinking about. I want to have anything I may need at my fingertips. This case certainly does the trick.
Message: Posted by: Rock_Slatestone (Oct 11, 2008 07:20PM)
Hey Monkeyboy,

Thanks for the tip. This is a great looking case. Looks rugged. Thanks for sharing. I wonder if you can fit an assistant in there... :)

Steven
Message: Posted by: Monkeyboy007 (Oct 12, 2008 05:30PM)
Only if you push hard enough!
Message: Posted by: JamesTong (Oct 13, 2008 05:29AM)
Thanks for sharing. I take a serious look at this case then.
Message: Posted by: The Naked Magician (Oct 16, 2008 03:22PM)
Can you make little kids who want to look at your gaffed cards disapear in there?
Message: Posted by: Sammy J. (Oct 18, 2008 11:25PM)
I just ordered one. I spend Summers in Colorado and Winters in Arizona. I want this to transport my magic back and forth. Thanks Monkeyboy for letting me know about this!
Message: Posted by: Sammy J. (Oct 23, 2008 03:12PM)
I got my case today, and am very pleased with it. This thing is beautiful and quality made. I have always had trouble storing my close up gear and remembering where I put what. This case holds all of the stuff I need, and makes it easy to find items. You can even separate it into two cases, and they send an extra lid in case you want to go this route all the time. I won't be taking it to gigs, but will use it for storing items and transporting all my "can't live without" items between Colorado and Arizona. The lower section is large enough to carry the books I like to always have on hand. For $169.00 with free shipping, it's hard to beat. Thanks again Monkeyboy!
Message: Posted by: Monkeyboy007 (Oct 25, 2008 10:56PM)
Hey Sammy J.
Glad you like it! I love mine too and that company should be giving me a commission because I have sold 3 others for them too! LOL It really is a great deal.
Message: Posted by: marylandmagi (Nov 5, 2008 12:22PM)
Wow, that looks excellent. Thanks Monkeyboy!