Traveling Kit

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Apr 17th, '06, 10:28
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Traveling Kit

by RevGeo » Apr 17th, '06, 10:28

Now that I've become a tea snob, I need a quality traveling case. Photographers are accustomed to aluminum or molded plastic cases -- similar to attache cases -- that have foam inserts custom-fit for their camera bodies and lenses. How about a hard case (for tea drinkers) that is pre-fitted for a luna teapot, two cups, one or two 4-oz tea tins, and a measuring spoon?

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Apr 17th, '06, 12:35
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by klemptor » Apr 17th, '06, 12:35

You can buy any regular case and a thick piece of that foam; you can cut the foam to your custom specifications.

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Apr 17th, '06, 13:27
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by Phyll » Apr 17th, '06, 13:27

I've seen tea sets that are made specifically for travelling. They are smaller and come with a dedicated wooden box to fit everything you need securely and safely for travelling. Perhaps this kind of wares is more bearable to travel with instead of a large [suit]case full of regular sized wares surrounded by foams.

Apr 17th, '06, 18:59
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by RevGeo » Apr 17th, '06, 18:59

Yes, one can buy a nice molded plastic case from camera stores, complete with the foam. The problem is cutting the foam -- an exacto knive does the job easily, but the cut will hardly be form fitting!

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