This blog is for my hobby of LEGO Technic building and collecting in Launceston Tasmania. I am an AFOL (Adult Fan Of LEGO). My main focus is MOCs and customising sets. My focus at the moment is building a number of different attachments for the Unimog U400 (set 8110). I have an interest in all areas of the LEGO hobby.
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The advantages of these case system are many. I am very pleased that they seal totally, can be carried the right way up, are easy to carry, allow the individual cases to be used and even each tray can be removed if needed. As my parts collection grows I can easy add more of the racks / trays, my long term plan is to have 3 or 4 of these.
The single biggest advantage I have found is that I can easily carry them out to the lounge room when I wish to build in that room, they are also "cat proof" which is very important for me.
Overall at $30 each they are excellent value and work much better than any other cases I have used in the past. You know it is a good month when you spend more on LEGO storage than LEGO itself, I am sure most AFOL's know what I mean when I say "The more you spend on storage, the less you can spend on bricks".