|Posted by Lonehowl on September 12, 2015 at 8:45 PM|
Diaphragm calls are great, but a little fragile. You need to take care of them a bit. You dont need to baby them, but a little care goes a long way. Ive tried just about every carrying/storage case on the market, and I came to the conclusion that I just prefer a simple can. The little man-purses are just irritating. The cloth cases that are out there that have the little elastic pouches etc. work great, but I found that if Im in a hurry, it's easy to rip the latex on a call when it snags on the edge of the pouch.pulling it out. The small folding cloth cases that hold 4 or 5 calls are pretty good, but when you open them, they fold down, and it's easy for calls to fall out. This has happened to me several times, and I never even noticed it till I was already back to my truck or at home. I have calls scattered across California.
So, I brought these in because Ive been asked numerous times to come up with something to carry mouth calls in. These cans will hold 3-4 calls. The lid is perforated ( looks like a shower drain) to allow air to circulate and keep your calls from getting moldy. These will fit in your pocket no problem, and keep your calls safe and dry. Simple and relativley inexpensive as well.