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Anyone have a hobby room?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pogimoto, Dec 27, 2014.

  1. Pogimoto

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    Just curious if anyone else on here has a designated hobby room in there house.. I've been into pretty much everything from nitro Rc, airplanes, helis, quads, etc.. Here's a pic of my overly crowded space I made years ago.. Post a pic of yours if you have one!

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  2. TimmyG94

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    I wouldn't call that a "hobby room". Probably more like a "workbench area".
     
  3. Pogimoto

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    Wouldn't be a hobby room without a work bench lol
     
  4. sdtrojan

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    After I clean out my garage, my workbench officially becomes Phantom-land, with 16-outlet power strip, mini-fridge, IMac and space heater (as necessary).
     
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    Pogimoto,
    Looks nice. My "hobby room" is full of wood working machines and stuff. It would blow your mind. But I don't have one for my RC Hobby.
    That is a reminder: Have to clean up the reloading bench this winter.
     
  7. Narrator

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    Can hardly open the door to my storage room... umm.. err... I mean hobby room
     
  8. sdtrojan

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    750r, you are my new hero! Maybe Phantom-land needs the come inside the house, you have set the standard! No kids???
     
  9. dmagnus

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    Used to have a really nice one. About 12 X 14 with 36" flat screen, computers, work table large enough to build a quad on - pretty much everything for small hobby stuff. Then my 40 year old stepdaughter moved "home" - the Man Cave got turned into an apartment - that was two years ago. :( Now I'm relegated to a TV Table in my living room or my cold, cold shop out in the pole barn...
     
  10. gunslinger

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    I don't have a new Pic yet, but this is now a very nice soldering station...

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    This started life as my gun cleaning workbench and now does double duty as general workbench that winds up with a bunch of quads on it in various stages of repair and build...

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    Here's the loading bench itself...
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    Here's where most of my drones hang out, in my computer room... :D
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    -slinger
     
  11. Happyflyer

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    -Slinger,
    I wish my reloading area was that neat. Do you do house cleaning?
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    I thought gun locks were for the guns. :lol:
     

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    My bedroom is my Hobby Room I guess. My desk can be considered my work bench, as well as my floor. I don't have so much stuff that it's there when you walk in though. Most of my stuff sits packed away in containers or in my Phantoms case, in it's backpack. So my room looks pretty normal :D
     
  13. gunslinger

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    No... and I don't do Windows either. :cool: My guns are all locked up in safes. The locks are for when they're out and about. When they're not strapped on that is. :D

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    So is my bedroom... Wish my wife considered it a hobby room for her too... Ah but to dream...
     
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    +1
     
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    Play room... Multirotor room shortly
     

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    ^ You clearly don't have enough guns
     
  18. gunslinger

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    Wow... You've got me outgunned... outautomobiled... bigger tool chest... and... I'll stop right here due to respect for the wife... :D

    The Vette up on that lift?

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    yes sir
     

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    Nice... Sometimes I feel I may be a bit over the top... Then... I see a setup like yours... It makes me feel a bit less like an OCD hobby addict and makes me strive to rev it up a notch or two... Very nice job on all counts. Good for you, bro... :D

    -slinger