View Poll Results: How do you store your MVS carts?

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  • Fancy Shmancy Shock Box

    26 39.39%
  • Original MVS kit box

    7 10.61%
  • Aftermarket cardboard box with end label

    6 9.09%
  • Loose like a dirty hippy

    28 42.42%
  • Sleeve

    2 3.03%
  • Other

    11 16.67%
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    I have a mix of loose, Shockboxes and cardboard.

    My idea is to get all of them on cardboard. The ones that are still loose are that way because I haven't designed the cardboard for them yet. The ones in shockboxes are that way because I bought them with the shockbox, and fuck they are gorgeus but way too expensive and bulky to get the full collection that way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lachlan View Post
    I vote other, none of the methods listed or mentioned in this thread are up to par on how I store my MVS carts.
    In yer butt?

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    Windy sleeves. Shocks are cool but would have cost hundreds more. Some cover is better than none.

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    Like a filthy hippie.
    The boxes to the right are empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffi View Post
    Like a filthy hippie.
    The boxes to the right are empty.
    Those shelves are a fantastic spacing for MVS carts! Great looking setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    In yer butt?
    Me to know and you to find out.


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    Oh, I'll find out, just you wait.

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    I store my carts on an SD card.

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    I’ll agree with others shock boxes can get expensive and can take up a good bit of space, but with the right insert they can look darn good.

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    Shock Boxes and Windy Sleeves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McColbo View Post
    Those shelves are a fantastic spacing for MVS carts! Great looking setup.
    It is just a regular Ikea ”Billy” shelf.
    Probably the most common shelves in the world.

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    I use Neo Mini Boxes to store the loose MVS carts. They're very practical.

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    Loose like ur mom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyo View Post
    Loose like ur mom.
    Yes, that's what I said, a dirty hippie.

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    Most of my early purchases included Shockboxes. Then, I did some trades/sales and got more Shockboxes.
    Near the end of grabbing carts, I had several purchases that were loose. Never got boxes for those, so my collection is fairly split.

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    Haven't shared my new setup yet other than on Twitter/Instagram:

    https://twitter.com/basemntbrothers/...696325121?s=20

    Last edited by Neo Alec; 02-06-2020 at 10:48 AM.

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    This is where I store my neo stuff...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Alec View Post
    Haven't shared my new setup yet other than on Twitter/Instagram:

    https://twitter.com/basemntbrothers/...696325121?s=20

    Nice and clean, I love seeing organized collections where it doesn't look like cables and wires are strewn everywhere.
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    Really cool idea, it looks very good! You should make a thread how you did them

    I just store my games loose inside of a schublade. Nothing special! I would like to buy Shockboxes but shipping in combination with taxes make them too expensive. Maybe one day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeWitt View Post
    Really cool idea, it looks very good! You should make a thread how you did them

    I just store my games loose inside of a schublade. Nothing special! I would like to buy Shockboxes but shipping in combination with taxes make them too expensive. Maybe one day....
    Yes, I'll do that someday.. I need to figure out if I can find a better cardboard before that because when I fold it, the edges ink breaks sometimes. Nothing bad but it is not perfect ^^

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    Converted mine to cash and then put the cash in a Vanguard fund earning 8%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMot View Post
    Converted mine to cash and then put the cash in a Vanguard fund earning 8%.
    Hope you can afford it soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo-ced View Post
    Yes, I'll do that someday.. I need to figure out if I can find a better cardboard before that because when I fold it, the edges ink breaks sometimes. Nothing bad but it is not perfect ^^
    Maybe fold them before you print on to the cardboard? Just an idea, I never tried it!

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    I just pulled the trigger and ordered 33 of the neo mini boxes from the guy on ebay. His shipping rates just went down, so that helped with that decision. I do like the shock boxes, so i'll probably just buy 5 at a time until I have enough for all of them...The mini boxes will work great in the mean time, and who knows maybe i'll decide to ditch shock boxes altogether.

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