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  1. nimer

    nimer Oakley Enthusiast

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    I'm sure i should have done a search and i didnt do i'll be honest. so feel free to tell me i'm an idiot and do a search.

    Any suggestions as to how people safely and securely store there spare lens's? atm i have a jerry rigged box which works but its kinda a pain in the behind.

    I have about 20 sets of spare lens's atm. and would love solution that keeps my lens secure physically and categorised for better choice of words.

    thanks in advance for help

    p.s i'm thinking a fishing lure tackle box but there not that easy to find in australia in the size need and that only covers the part of storing and keeping len's seperate not actually protecting there coatings


    Storing Oakley Lens's Particularly Juliet - zXDcK91.png
     
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  2. Wicked

    Wicked Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Don't have boxes for any of them? I store mine in their original box or any other box (other lenses, rubber kit) boxes.
     
  3. nimer

    nimer Oakley Enthusiast

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    I do but my OCD kinda wants consistency. lol

    counter to the logic knowing the manufacture of the lens based on the box would be nice but i would prefer my initial request
     
  4. kayana photography bali

    kayana photography bali Oakley Enthusiast

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    Storing Oakley Lens's Particularly Juliet - IMG_20150221_101544.jpg in my country humidity very high, so I put all spare lenses, my oakley at my camera drycabinet. so temperature, humidity etc will secure not only the lenses, but all the rubber, box etc. I do this method more then 5 year. and until now all in pristine condition
     
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  5. kayana photography bali

    kayana photography bali Oakley Enthusiast

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    this also can be alternative. only around 25$ and can be rechargeable

    Storing Oakley Lens's Particularly Juliet - dry-box.jpg
     
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  6. nimer

    nimer Oakley Enthusiast

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    Can you expand on what you mean by ? Is that front unit a electric de-humidifier?
     
  7. Uxi

    Uxi Oakley Beginner

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    I was going to have a suggestion until I saw the quantities. :eek:

    I got nothing, though. But jealousy.
     
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  8. kayana photography bali

    kayana photography bali Oakley Enthusiast

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    hi... @nimer the second image is dry box. it really hive good sealed, so it will not allowed the air in or out when we closed. in the front is electric de-humidifier. we can charge that and put inside the box. after indicator empty (blue color) we need to charge it again until red. then put back again inside the box. it's one package with the dry box.
     
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  9. nimer

    nimer Oakley Enthusiast

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    AHHHH HANG ON when you say charge you mean. THat there are little circular silica balls in there that start our pink and once they turn blue they have been fully expended? you either put them in the oven to turn them back to pink or simply just buy new ones?

    I think we had a bit of confusion through language translation :D
     
  10. kronin323

    kronin323 Font of Useless Knowledge Premium Member

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    Those are called desiccants.

    I know, nobody cares... :D
     
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