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Subject: Wooden disc case rss

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Wesley Williams
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Hello All!

A few months ago, I asked for help in locating a source for wooden discs for a game and from the suggestions found a wonderful source!

Having made the counters I needed from the discs (there are nearly 500), I am looking for some thing to store them in. The discs are 1.5" and 1/8" thick. Right now I have them in plastic Rubbermade totes about the size of a car battery, but since they are not separated they get all mixed up during transport.

I'm hoping that somebody makes a storage case for poker chips that more efficient than those caddies I see in the box stores. I figured if no one here had any ideas, the product doesn't exist.

Thanks in advance for all of your collective wisdom!

Wes
 
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Rob Rob
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Golf tubes (as used in golf bags) might be a cheap alternative.
 
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Buy a fishing tackle container (found cheaply in the sporting goods department of most larger department stores).
 
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Phillip Heaton
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It might be easier to make them yourself from the correct sized PVC piping. I think that they make narrow wall ducting that small as well.
 
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