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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 8 months 2 days ago #15613

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You could put the loupe there!
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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 8 months 2 days ago #15615

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theandyman0 wrote:
I just received my case. This might be a stupid question but can anyone tell me what goes here? The cheat sheet that comes with the case labels that space "keys"... Is there something I'm missing?
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It's for the loupe. I'm not sure why the label says keys. I'll have to look at that.
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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 8 months 2 days ago #15618

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Hey, that makes sense. I was kinda planning to put the low angle adapter there once I get it but wasn't sure if it would fit in that spot. I didn't even think about a loupe since I haven't gotten that yet, either. Thanks guys!
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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 7 months 3 weeks ago #15736

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Anyone cut the stone slots to fit Choseras? I seriously thought about the case, but didn't want to butcher the foam enlarging the slots.
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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 7 months 3 weeks ago #15740

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Quoddy99 wrote:
Anyone cut the stone slots to fit Choseras? I seriously thought about the case, but didn't want to butcher the foam enlarging the slots.

I don't think there is enough foam wall around the stone slots to make them big enough for the Choseras. We're going to be offering a separate case for stones soon that will fit some Choseras. Here is another really good option: www.mycasebuilder.com. If you know the measurements of the objects you want to put in the case, you can use their browser based software to custom design your case. They then cut the foam with a waterjet to your specs. The cases are great and the prices are pretty good considering the level of customization you get. We'll be working with them in the future to produce Wicked Edge cases. The plan is for us to provide them with a library of all of our products so the customer can just drag and drop the items they want in the case from the library into the layout. My Case Builder then custom cuts the foam and sends out the case. I hope that's helpful.

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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 7 months 2 weeks ago #16070

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Using Clay's posting (www.mycasebuilder.com) for designing your own case, I've come up with this design for use with a Storm IM2700 case (22x17x8). I've used a significant recess for the granite base and with some minor tweaking it will be ready to send in. BTW, any questions on designing will be quickly answered by them. My cutouts include Chosera's on the right, with spray bottles, angle cube, and loupe close by. Remainder of cutouts are for diamond and strops.

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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 7 months 2 weeks ago #16071

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It looks very good you may want to include one or two slots for sharpies and possible painters tape which occasionally is useful to protect the handle of a knife.
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Re:Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 6 months 3 weeks ago #16376

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Davidghemail wrote:
Is anyone carrying their strops inside the hard case? If so, how are u packing them so as not to get your stropping compound all over the inside of the slots? Thanks!


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Hey guys, been away for awhile, but I was checking out the hard case, and this was also my first thought when seeing the case.
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Re:Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 6 months 3 weeks ago #16377

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Galley roll or cling film or polythene bags or aluminium foil any of these work probable cling film is best replace it after using the strops so as to not risk contamination.
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Wicked Edge Hard Carrying Case - Think Pelican 4 months 3 weeks ago #17318

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I just received my Wicked Edge Case, and holy cow. This thing is awesome, and huge. I may do some mods to it though. I was looking at the cardboard box I used to store all of my wicked edge gear in, plus the accompanying tools and accessories, compared to this, and I may end up making this a carry all for multiple systems. Anyone want to share pictures of how they are organizing in their pelican/storm/wicked edge pelican cases?
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