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Dark_Dancer


Dark_Dancer

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Posted:So I'm waiting on my first flowpoi duo, but I wondered what everyone uses to keep them safe from home to wherevee?

Remembering that I'm in the UK of course.

Thanx in advance


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Jameth
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Jameth

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Posted:I put them in a canvas draw-string bag I got with a pair of shoes and then sling 'em in my daypack.

They're fairly tough, I'm trying to stop keys and things scratching the surface and excess dirt off, I reckon they have enough structural strength to be OK in a pack but if that bothers you I think a small post pack tube would also work nicely.


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Dark_Dancer


Dark_Dancer

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Posted:Just had a thought, foam tube sleeves like they use either for handles or for cushioning metal piping/scaffolding. And then put it in the bag

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Scottie~MacK
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Scottie~MacK

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Posted:even if you scratch the sh!t out of the tubes it really doesn't matter. It'll just help diffuse the light.

Originally Posted By: Pablo PicassoI am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it.

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Jameth
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Jameth

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Posted:another thought - fluffy socks 'd probably work too.

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