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    Hello guys
    Thought I would share this idea that was shown to me by my man bill3152.. A canvas riggers bag from harbor freight 10 bucks.. Holds 8 hones.. Plus more if you put some more in the main center compartment.. It has pockets for scissors naguras Tomos ..everything u need.. Inside the main compartment of mine I carry spray bottle of water electric tape loupe stone holder chosera nagura for resurfacing.. And the lil nagura for the suehiros.. It carrys everything I need from bevel setters to finishing stones.. It sits on a piece of carpet with a rubber backing to protect ur honing surface..the glass bottle is for dulling edges or drinking when that razor gives u a hard time lol..My hones I'm carrying right now.. 1to 5k chosera 10-20 k suehiro , la veinette coticule that I absolutely love and my jnat gousa
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    Can probably hold a 12 pack if needed as well. Or substitute the water bottle for the beverage of your choice.

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    My only concern would be that the tops of all the hones are unprotected so could take a bit of damage if the bag got banged other tipped over.
    Bread and water can so easily become tea and toast

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    A murse (man purse) for hones. At that price you could get a few different colors to mix and match your shoes.
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    You can make sleeves for your hones with bubble wrap and packing tape easily if worried about damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill3152 View Post
    Can probably hold a 12 pack if needed as well. Or substitute the water bottle for the beverage of your choice.
    Looks like that bottle of Kahlua in the picture is about to makes its way in...
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    Wouldn't a coticle in a box cover all those hones ? And be much easier to transport ?

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    Sorry . That was just the first thing that popped into my head. I see you do have one. I currently work out of town half of my life so I ended up with a little different approach. The only hone I take with me is my 3 line swaty along with two razors and sample soaps. They travel magnificently. I leave my travel hanging stop at my away from home residents along with some baby oil ect. Everybody has different needs and solutions for travel. I've seen pelican boxes that I would consider if I wanted to do full progressions using my hones. Traveling by air is a diffent story, I've pretty much decided that a disposable is the only way to stear clear of airport hassels.
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    Is that a Birkin for men?

    J/K, it looked real nifty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nodakjohns View Post
    Sorry . That was just the first thing that popped into my head. I see you do have one. I currently work out of town half of my life so I ended up with a little different approach. The only hone I take with me is my 3 line swaty along with two razors and sample soaps. They travel magnificently. I leave my travel hanging stop at my away from home residents along with some baby oil ect. Everybody has different needs and solutions for travel. I've seen pelican boxes that I would consider if I wanted to do full progressions using my hones. Traveling by air is a diffent story, I've pretty much decided that a disposable is the only way to stear clear of airport hassels.
    Aye mine live in a faux pelican case.
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