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Plastic card boxes

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coco
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Hi, all!

I need plastic boxes for playing cards of 2,5" x 3,5" like this one:

http://www.spielmaterial.de/english/d_K0009a_Large_box_for_playing_cards...

... but a bit wider. 2,5" cards don't fit!

Any ideas?

Thank you!

Néstor

scifiantihero
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Ultrapro . . .

. . . has boxes of different sizes.

http://ultrapro.com/uploads/images/products/43003.jpg

Or their "Two Piece" box.

That might work?

I use them for magic cards sometimes.

:)

coco
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UltraPro

Thank you.

Yes, I know UltraPro. But their boxes seem to be very "hard", and I'm afraid they can be broken. I'm looking for a more flexible type.

Néstor

scifiantihero
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Mmm.

They are very hard, but they're also very solid. You definitely have to go beyond normal clumsiness to break one. They're probably more expensive, though, too :(

ilta
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These guys just started

These guys just started showing up in Staples here in NYC. Looks like they've been in Europe for a while. They are crazy sturdy and hold about two decks of standard American-size playing cards. They even have a hex-pattern printed on the bottom!

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/html/onlineshop/rub/b00_2litre.php

They have lots of other sizes, too:

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/html/onlineshop/rub_craft.php

coco
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Thank you!

ilta wrote:
These guys just started showing up in Staples here in NYC. Looks like they've been in Europe for a while. They are crazy sturdy and hold about two decks of standard American-size playing cards. They even have a hex-pattern printed on the bottom!

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/html/onlineshop/rub/b00_2litre.php

They have lots of other sizes, too:

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/html/onlineshop/rub_craft.php

Very interesting!

Thank you!

Néstor

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