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Topic: Multiplying bottles transport
Message: Posted by: JamesinLA (Dec 14, 2010 05:53PM)
How do you guys pack your multiplying bottles to and from shows? I have been using the box they came in.

Message: Posted by: Andrew Zuber (Dec 16, 2010 06:11AM)
I just use the standard metal tool case that a lot of magicians carry (mine was 26 bucks at Home Depot.) One holds my close up stuff and they other holds the bottles and a few other items.
Message: Posted by: Jeff Dial (Dec 19, 2010 11:46PM)
Ditto for me. Aluminum case with adjustable foam inserts. Holds everything I need for the MB sans the table. I did make some draw string bags to hold the bottles as well.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Dec 21, 2010 11:23PM)
I had a seamstress sew a 3 compartment round bag for my bottles. It fit easily in my Taylor Suit Case Table.

I also made a wood box with removable lid, inside fit the bottles and a top that was hinged in the center. When open the table top was 16"x24" to work the routine on. I then put wheels on the inside of the lid, with the wheels just peeking out. I then attached 2 upright chrome pools that were for closset rods cut to 24" and inserted sews so they would screw into the box bottom, T-nuts. Nest I used wingnuts to fasten the lid with the wheels. The lid was attacted with hinges with the pins removed and a coat hanger wire in their places.

I then covered the case with imitation leather from TAndy Leather Shop. I red felt lined the interior of the case to protect the bottles and tubes.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Dec 22, 2010 01:05AM)
I put a sock around the nest and keep 'em in the tubes. They lay on my Legs table, which all fits inside a fiber case. That sucker has been to Japan, France, England and even Evansville, Indiana.
Message: Posted by: JamesinLA (Dec 25, 2010 04:26AM)
Thanks, everyone.

Message: Posted by: Stanyon (Dec 25, 2010 04:13PM)
I can't believe that Pete would admit to being in Evansville, Indiana. (Almost as bad as Cicero, Illinois!) ;) ;)
Message: Posted by: jonathandupree (Dec 25, 2010 11:43PM)
Mine fit right in a catalog case I use.
Message: Posted by: Nate Green (Dec 26, 2010 10:52PM)

Levent has some ideas on transporting Multiplying Bottles on one of his podcasts. Look for the one titled "Multiplying Thumb Ties"

Message: Posted by: Magic Patrick (Dec 29, 2010 10:22PM)
I place them in my suitcase table after I wrap them with a thin piece of foam. They go I a specific location and I use a strap to keep them there. I garuantee if I had a more expensive set I would use an aluminum case.