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    Personally not sure of the wisdom of one of these, condensation maybe?

    Any other opinions?

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    The wisdom behind these is to prevent obstructions from entering the mod when not in use, anything lodged in a mod could have serious consequences, also makes an attractive storage option compared to chucking a mod in ones kit bag (and may also reduce the tendancy for condensation..)

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    I thought about one a while back, just another peice of kit to sit in the drawer.

    So the oily rag get's my vote also.
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    An oily rag may be fine for storage but I use the case for transport. A decent mod is around 300 and a dunt/knock/dent wouldn't do it much good or ruin it. Could be 25 spent or 300 damaged .
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