The Official 'How Do You Store Your Frames' Thread

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Ross K, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. Ross K

    Ross K Legend

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    To all those in possession of a good number of frames, how do you store them exactly:?:

    Secretly: in boxes?... containers?...

    Artistically/lovingly - hanging in special fixings on the wall?...

    Practically: in thermos?...

    Messily: in a big old pile behind the sofa or couch?...

    Crazily: just scattered about everywhere?

    However you store and keep your rackets, tell us about it, show us in photos.

    Under orders, mine are now hidden in boxes/containers (though how I long to show them off, to reveal unto the world my dark racketaholic secrets!! :twisted: )

    How about my fellow racketaholic brethren though?

    R.
     
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  2. Birke

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    In my tennis bag
     
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  3. NickC

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    The old ones that I don't use anymore are on a rack in my garage. The old ones that I use to screw around with or do customization stuff on for kicks are on a rack in the pro shop at my club down the street (which actually doubles as a second home during the summers as I basically live there - I string, sell frames, take phone calls, bother the pros, etc...) and the ones I use for playing are in my bedroom, the shoe room, or wherever I decide to put them.
     
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  4. Feña14

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    They're all over my bedroom, most are stacked on top of each other but some are just randomly scattered.
     
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  5. flyinghippos101

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    Same here, couldn't care less about how I store my frames, as long as I can find them later on.
     
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