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MagicMikeMartin
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Here is something my wife found at Bed Bath & Beyond, it is great because it packs flat...has wheels...and is great for ditching props.

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.......14337598
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NOW WE'RE THINKIN'!

That's a good find Mike (and Mike's wife).
Think inside the box. . . it's less crowded.
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Good stuff!
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Rich B.
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Mike...tell your wife I said thanks. Looks like they designed this thing for magicians.

As a matter of fact, you will probably start seeing this for sale at the introductory low price of 79.99 from you favorite magic dealer next week.

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Thanks, Mike. That is not only good looking but looks practical too.
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Gotta like that color too: caviar!!!
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Great price too.
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MagicMikeMartin
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Yeah, it works great, hope you enjoy yours....and the wife says "Your Welcome"
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I've never used a ditch box before. I'm introducing some new routines to my show. One is the Wiz Kote. This ditch box worked perfectly in rehearsal last night and keeps the stage area looking clean. I can't believe there is a better idea for ditching props when thinking about all the features this hamper provides:
1) its black
2) its a decent size
3) It has wheels
4) Its fairly sturdy
5) Its light weight
6) It packs flat
7) ITS ONLY $20 BUCKS!

It worked out very well ditching the lid to the Wiz Kote and other stuff that I normally jam into the bottom of my table.

Great find.

Rich B.
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Rich, I am glad you like it....Here is another item that compliments the hamper really well....I got it at Ikea for $6.00

It resembles the hamper in design, just smaller...3 sizes...they are velcroed together and come apart if you want to use them individually....very useful!

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/00107831

Mike
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Do a search on the Ikea site for laundry bag. There are some interesting options there.
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I like Bad, Bath and Beyond, but I don't have one near me. Another place I like that has interesting items is Kirklands.
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I love it.....No what to do with it....I am having all kinds of ideas.Great find and at a price I can afford.
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Very Interesting! I found something similar while traveling through Ohio. It is smaller in size, but was ideal for holding 3 juggling pins. Its purpose is a trash can for a car, and can be found in the auto section.

I used a tote on wheels with handle from Office Depot to haul around all my juggling stuff, and the "trash can" had an elastic strip that fit around the top of the tote handle snugly. It made a really nice holder for pins/balls
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Great ideas!

Thanks for sharing.
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That's very cool! Thanks!!
MagicMikeMartin
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Your welcome, glad you like them.
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Always good to have a spot to ditch stuff ... thanks for the tip!
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Hey everyone....I work at Home Depot, and we carry this exact item as well. Its made by Toro. Im pretty sure it runs 14.95. Its almost exact so I'll spare the description. Just a heads up

Chris
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