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#21 dcwaites

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 21:58

Oh I see - SeeksAdvice meant instability. My Visconti bottles are the top-heavy style, but they came in a solid, rigid, faceted/shaped clear plastic container with fitted top. I invert the clear plastic container and reinsert the bottle. The faceted/sided case holds the bottle so it doesn't move and this provides a very steady base. Alternatively the fitted plastic top has a recess for the bottle and can be inverted and used as a stand too.

Errrr not sure if I've explained that properly! Here's a pic that shows the plastic case and top.

 

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I keep my glass Visconti bottle in the bottom half of its box when refilling.

I used a small amount of blue-tack on the base of my plastic Visconti bottle to attach it to the base.

The only other bottles I have a problem with are my Noodler's bottles, and there I use four small tabs of blue-tack to temporarily attach them to the desk.


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