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    If I travel, it will easily come off the window crank.

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    Mine hangs on a hook on the side of a tall cabinet in the bathroom. I'll get a pic soon
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    Mine at home. For travel para cord is tied to the D ring.

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    For the actual stropping I hang my strop from a key ring that I zip tied to the bathroom doorknob. For me, this puts the end of the strop at the proper height. Simple and easy.

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    Mine hangs on the top of the handrail of the steps that lead into the bedroom.
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    Here is the pic.

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    Because I'm on the road all the time, I need some thing easy. I loop a piece of para cord around the door knob creating a half hitch with extending loop and hook my strop to it.
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    Here are my three, the Kanayama #3 was rotated out for a break and replaced with a Kanayama #6....

    SRD Roo Strop, Kanayama (Suede piece hanging behind), Tony Miller....

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    At home with a hanging strop, I use a hook installed into the door molding approximately in line with my navel as to height. On the road, I use a Tensio hinged loom strop picked up from Dictum.

    Edit: After use at home with the hanging strop, I store it on a hook located outside the bathroom door, in a little alcove. That way it is not subjected to constant fluctuations of humidity.
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    Para cord and zip ties are a mans best friend Tc
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