Eric Raabe
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I've got certain odds and ends I bring with me for almost any game, and there are various extra bits (bowls, dice, counters...) I might just need for specific games.

Tackle boxes don't seem sized right. I've been using a Sterilite large show-off, but when packed full of heavy stuff I've had the handle pull out occasionally. Plus I have to unpack it and repack it depending on what games we're playing.

I've just found something called Snapware that looks like it might be really useful. They've got the smaller ones at my local Wal-Mart, but I'll need to order the larger ones. The nice thing is I could keep separate trays for different games that way. Are there any other good systems for carrying and stowing different gaming odds and ends?
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J H
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Snapware is pretty sweet!

Flambeau makes a good variety of storage stuff:
http://www.flambeaucases.com/

If you want some tough storage stuff, try Vaultz:
http://www.ideastreamproducts.com/vaultz/Vproduct.html

These don't have dividers in them, but I've used them for a couple of games:
http://reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/usa/

I've scrounged up some nice gaming storage cases in craft stores and hardware stores. Even office supply stores can yield some good stuff.

Have you got a photo of the various components you're wanting to store and transport?

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I love the ReallyUsefulBoxes, I've got several of them for closet storage. I just wish I had access to a few more sizes. The tiny ones are just a bit too small for sleeved cards, so the next size up might make the best deck holders going. Ooh, and they do have dividers and trays in the UK.

I'm going to order a bunch of the larger Snapware containers. Those seem the most versatile. I don't have any photos of my counter cups, dice cup, etc, or even a digital camera for that matter.
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