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    Default Razor/Oak machinists chest for storage.

    There was a recent thread about storage of razors and I noticed the Grizzly MFG Oak machinists chest, NICE unit for 100$ , green felt lined drawers, well fit and finished.

    Geezer, you commented in the thread and posted a pic of your nice display cases.

    Just wanted to get the idea out there for you Gent's.

    http://www.grizzly.com/catalog/2015/main/301?p=301

    The sale is for 6 drawer chest, 23" on till Jan 3rd.
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    I keep looking at them too. The best no reason I haven't pulled the trigger is that I'm waited nag for antique machinists chest to pop on line or at my local antique shops. The are perfect for storage.
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    Wow that is a nice looking storage chest! I am thinking of where I can put it as I type this...

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    For Christmas, my wife got me a little drawer cabinet. It has 5 drawers. The top lifts up and it has a mirror. I'm going to line the insides of the drawers with dividers and then add flocking to it.
    12" high, 9" wide, 12" long. I like it. I think each drawer should be able to hold 15+ straight razors. All depends on how I do the insides of the drawers.
    Is it over there or over yonder?

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    I just finished mine the other day. But its only got 3 drawers.
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    That's very nice Outback, did you build it from scratch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAL View Post
    That's very nice Outback, did you build it from scratch?
    Just the inside..
    I put the velvet in the drawers and cut the dividers from teak for the razors.
    Mike

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