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magicjames1
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I have the roll on suitcase table from Davenports magic. It is very sturdy and has a nice logo on the front. It comes with a very high quality weatherproof cover and a lead to pull it along on!

The only small critisism is the logo does peel slightly on the edges. But it isn't noticable.

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I did end up getting the smaller Lefler table. I'm glad I did not get the big one.
Fits into the car easier.
Tall enough. Any taller would be too tall for smaller spectators.
Lots of space inside.
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Check out http://www.magictricks.com/accessories/accessories2.htm. The finally suitcase is awesome. That's what I have.
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I have to agree with Jim and DarkWing. I use the Suitcase table with the cane, hat, and gloves on the front which is also black and gold. I purchased mine for around $248 I believe. If anybody wants pictures of it, I'll be more than happy to take some.

I forgot to mention that I also use the metal tool case from Home Depot. Very cheap, and it looks nice. These cases are similar to those at Daytona Magic except the ones there are $48.
If it is to be, it is up to me.
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I also use the Lefler table. The large one. I think the small one would be big enough. I love mine though and I use the metal tool case from Home Depot too, on a stand as a side table. I love both of these and recommend them both.

Bill
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Where can I buy oelium?
thanks
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On 2004-06-19 01:38, armagician wrote:
http://www.magictricks.com/accessories/suitcasetb.htm

Check this one out.


This is the Mak-Magic Table.
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I can get a great price on the lefler cases if you're interested.
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Go with the Lefler table. You will never regret it.
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I agree with Micro. The table is great. You should be aware that it is quite heavy empty.

Renaldi
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On 2005-03-13 20:42, Renaldi wrote:
I agree with Micro. The table is great. You should be aware that it is quite heavy empty.

Renaldi

That's why I stopped using them, besides the fact that I had to duck behind it to get some of the props. The tote and tray stand that I use only weigh a few pounds when empty. I can lift and carry the large tote with my little finger, easily. I don't have to worry about it gliding across the stage, if windy. It also makes it easier to get through doorways.
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Alan is correct. That is the big drawback to this table, which otherwise is quite acceptable.
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I keep going back and forth.
suitcase table, tray stand , suitcase table, tray stand.

For now, I'm using a suitcase table with a close-up/busking table top on top of it
for a larger work area.

I also like the suitcase table becuase you can lock it up securly.
Previous to this, I used the tray stand, table top, and a large doctor's bag full of props.

I really like the quality of the lefler pro table. I like being able to just huck stuff into the bottom of it, etc.
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