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MtG players are going to know what I'm talking about.

Check the top part of the boxes found in fat packs for that weird, almost unnecessary, cardboard insert. Slide it out.

That insert holds all of the most used double tiles, and a second one will fit the rest of the double and single tiles with just about an inch of wiggle room left over. The fit wide is perfect. Double tiles slide in with satisfaction and don't jostle around. Single tiles side to side, too. The second box is only slightly less snug, because there isn't enough tiles to fill it, but you can slide begging tokens in there to make it more tight.

I was looking for a better setup/breakdown/storage option than millions of zip-locks and now that I found these, I won't need to until I'm ready to totally pimp it out. laugh
 
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breaking3po wrote:

MtG players are going to know what I'm talking about.

Check the top part of the boxes found in fat packs for that weird, almost unnecessary, cardboard insert. Slide it out.

That insert holds all of the most used double tiles, and a second one will fit the rest of the double and single tiles with just about an inch of wiggle room left over. The fit wide is perfect. Double tiles slide in with satisfaction and don't jostle around. Single tiles side to side, too. The second box is only slightly less snug, because there isn't enough tiles to fill it, but you can slide begging tokens in there to make it more tight.

I was looking for a better setup/breakdown/storage option than millions of zip-locks and now that I found these, I won't need to until I'm ready to totally pimp it out. laugh


I'm not sure I follow you. The cutouts are "U' shaped, and as such can't really hold anything. Pictures?
 
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I guess they don't all have it.

 
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That insert in the top part of the MtG Fat Packs are a 'stopper' to how far to slide the cover down over the bottom of the box. Otherwise, the top cover would crush the top of the cards.
I wouldn't call that unnecessary.

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breaking3po wrote:
I guess they don't all have it.



Ah yes. The card destroyers. Worst design ever. Anyone who's ever had a magic card caught on the lip of that thing as you close the fat pack knows what I'm talking about. You don't notice until you open it up again and find one or more mangled cards.
 
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If you keep your worthwhile cards on those boxes then don't take the inserts out for Caverna...
 
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ferris1971 wrote:
Ah yes. The card destroyers. Worst design ever. Anyone who's ever had a magic card caught on the lip of that thing as you close the fat pack knows what I'm talking about. You don't notice until you open it up again and find one or more mangled cards.


I re-use the end inserts. Trim the height down to just a little higher than the card height for a little room and the box top will rest on top of the inserts, not crush the cards at the end.
 
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