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jsud2002

Storage Ideas needed

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1 minute ago, Karrusel said:

 

Tut-tut....one empty space! :nono:

Now go & remedy that, plus.......buy another case & repeat.

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Looks good BTW, John. :thumbsup:

unfortunately I did not do the measure twice cut once I just jumped straight in and started left to right then when i got to the last row realised it was closer to the case then on the left . If I pull out that last gap it will be very close to the hinge so thought best not . 

as for buying another one I still have this one I made a couple of year back obviously empty now though. 

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Bought myself quite a few watches recently so decided some more storage was required. £6 from ebay all that is needed is some pipe lagging . 

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Completed photos to come once the lagging has been purchased and cut to size. 

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On 29/12/2017 at 21:06, jsud2002 said:

Any ideas welcome and the more "out of the box" thinking the better . cheers John 

I used this its a tool box come bits and bobs box with adjustable compartments from the Range and then used a swimming aid (called pool noodle comes in various colours) cut to length 

Not particularly pretty but functional .

Have shown it on the forum before but not for a few years :)

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Socks......great storage and dual purpose :thumbs_up:

Socks......lots of socks.  Great storage and they are dual purpose :thumbsup:

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Ask RWP to show you his watch storage warehouse down the road from Exeter. Guided tours available. :thumbs_up:

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