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Andy Tauber
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I found this at Harbor Freight Tools.

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Escape Artist
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Andy;

I had a Harbor Fright case, they are very strong and very reasonably priced.

The problem was I needed a table top large enough to lay the case down to open it up
SmittyWitty
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I've been contemplating a camera case like this one:

http://www.vanguardworld.com/index.php/e......198.html

Many sizes, different construction, foam or dividers, seems like it would work.
Jon Blakeney
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I use the same case as Andy Tauber.
The multi pocket removable board in the lid is a real bonus.
$50 at Bunnings hardware

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'What the eye's see the heart must believe"
Jon Blakeney
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Here is a smaller version.

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'What the eye's see the heart must believe"
Tom Fenton
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Can anyone tell me where to get the Dr. Paul cases please?
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nonvpro
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Everyone has their own taste and preferences. As a close-up performer, my personal choice for a close-up case is real leather Doctor's Bag. My choice for a couple of reasons. First, in my humble opinion, it just looks classy, much nicer than the generic aluminum cases everyone uses you might find at Harbor Freight or at a stationary store. Second, no matter what material I decide to use for my show, everything fits nicely inside my Doctor's Bag. For a formal close-up show, it's very easy to work out of, and again it has a classy look about it. And a unexpected advantage is it generates interest. I can't begin to count the number of times someone has commented to me asking me if I was a Doctor!!! This is an unexpected opportunity to begin a conversation about magic.
gary31525
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I use a bag to store the stuff I don't use regularly:
http://i44.tinypic.com/2ymfxa9.jpg
(The extra stuff I don't use regularly)
As you can see, I put a small box in the middle of the bag as a separator and to hold stuff I want to stay still (Chamberlain lotion, glue, needles, thread, etc.)

And I use a backpack for what I regularly use (cups and balls, ropes, coins, cards):
http://i39.tinypic.com/30u5kp4.jpg View 1
http://i42.tinypic.com/1z1d6yq.jpg View 2
(My everyday stuff, my cups and balls are behind the tennis balls)

Regards,
Gary
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