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    Question E- Juice storage case.

    So what's evetone using to store all there juice, batteries, attys...etc. Pls post pics. Thankz

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    Tackle box from Walmart. Works pretty good.
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    Hey, thanks hzg8rgrl!

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    An ordinary paperboard box for my bottles, and a cheap plastic utility box made for screws and whatnot for my small bits.

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    1203101921a (2).jpgHi username1 I use a tackle box that has a top storage shelf and 4 drawers for my home kit. I have a small Stanley tool box for on the road stuff.
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    So what's evetone using to store all there juice, batteries, attys...etc. Pls post pics. Thankz

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    wooden cigar boxes work great

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    I use a Flambeau 8010 Quik Loader tackle box. It has enough storage for quart sized bottles of VG/PG/Nic juice up top, 2 small boxes that are perfect for atties/cartos/drip tips that slide into rails on the top, 2 clear snap lock 6004r boxes in the first 2 tray spots that hold about 20 30ml bottles ea, and then the double height 7004r box in the bottom rail that hold my graduated cylinders, 4 oz flavor bottles etc. In place of the 7004r double height box you can also use 2 more of the 6004r boxes instead. Amazon has them for about $32 shipped and they are perfect.
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    DH and I use a case designed for diabetic supplies when out on the road. It has elastic straps to hold syringes or juice bottles, and you can use the loop part of sticky-backed velcro to adhere items to the case.

    It comes with a cloth zip pouch that I store my passthrough in, and it velcros to the lining material of the case so I just got some sticky velcro and peel and stick it to items I don't want sliding around in there. Works great. I got mine at Walmart in the pharmacy section (of course).



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    I use a tackle box similar to the Flambeau and this to carry my attys when I'm out and about

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    and this to carry everything in when I'm out

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