Author Topic: Jeez, I'm starting to build up a backlog of sets!  (Read 74 times)

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Offline John

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6 months worth at 1 set a month.but I've a 2 years backlog hence my "no buying lego" which fell on the blade with Dumbledores office ....42 euro was screaming at me!!!

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It's display space that's killing me at the moment.  May have to find a different way to display some stuff.
Currently typing on a Lego keyboard (honestly, I am!)

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I can't display , it's all over the place but our of sight, new problem is boxes in the shed are susceptible to moisture and the table has 2Harry potter sets and cleaned bricks for set restoration from the mega dump haul! Weasleys Shack and the Anglia are on the menu

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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Display space is a nightmare! I tried to hold off buying the big Technic helicopter but couldn't say no to €60 under rrp (although 2 weeks later I wished I had held off until it was around €75 under). I built it but it's sitting on top of my city bridge moc. Even if I had shelf space it's too big for any of my shelves!

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Guys I'm seriously thinking about grabbing some boxes in IKEA and starting to rotate as my Billie's are full and the backlog has over 40 sets. Any better ways of storing than bookshelves?

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Install a shelf at near ceiling height , out of reach ,on display but not overly intrusive, and maybe less dust at that height

 

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