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Token Storage 2 years 7 months ago #13

I use these for character build holders, they work well for easy access in the dungeon.
They are designed so the tokens wont fall out and have never had one fall out on a run.

Safe T coin album

Also use these for bulk storage.

Da Vinci Aluminum Poker Chip Case

I especially like the 500 chip size, it has a section for storing things like pins, etc.

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Token Storage 2 years 7 months ago #14

Arnold wrote:

SoulKage wrote: Token storage all depends on what you want it for.

Personally I use several methods. And a few i tried did not work out for me. Below is what I do today.

A whitman binder for specific builds while on runs at gen con. They are very compact and easily hold a full legendary build. For those with more modest builds, they could hold two or three.


SoulKage - do you happen to have a link to the exact Whitman binders you use? I just picked up 2x of the binders that Trent carries but would love to see the other options.


Just as the site description says, the album can hold 7 pages. I use the 40mm for tokens that get socketed and won't come out for a year or more. the 41mm pages hold the token a bit more loosely, so that's great for tokens you access more frequently such as TE and weapons. In my binder, I have 6x40 and 1x41 for a total of 81 tokens in one binder, if full.

Universal Binder Coin

40mm Album Page

41mm Album Page

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Token Storage 2 years 7 months ago #15

SoulKage wrote:

Arnold wrote:

SoulKage wrote: Token storage all depends on what you want it for.

Personally I use several methods. And a few i tried did not work out for me. Below is what I do today.

A whitman binder for specific builds while on runs at gen con. They are very compact and easily hold a full legendary build. For those with more modest builds, they could hold two or three.


SoulKage - do you happen to have a link to the exact Whitman binders you use? I just picked up 2x of the binders that Trent carries but would love to see the other options.


Just as the site description says, the album can hold 7 pages. I use the 40mm for tokens that get socketed and won't come out for a year or more. the 41mm pages hold the token a bit more loosely, so that's great for tokens you access more frequently such as TE and weapons. In my binder, I have 6x40 and 1x41 for a total of 81 tokens in one binder, if full.

Universal Binder Coin

40mm Album Page

41mm Album Page


Wouldn't that be 241 tokens in a full binder?

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Token Storage 2 years 7 months ago #16

Mike Steele wrote:

SoulKage wrote:

Arnold wrote:

SoulKage wrote: Token storage all depends on what you want it for.

Personally I use several methods. And a few i tried did not work out for me. Below is what I do today.

A whitman binder for specific builds while on runs at gen con. They are very compact and easily hold a full legendary build. For those with more modest builds, they could hold two or three.


SoulKage - do you happen to have a link to the exact Whitman binders you use? I just picked up 2x of the binders that Trent carries but would love to see the other options.


Just as the site description says, the album can hold 7 pages. I use the 40mm for tokens that get socketed and won't come out for a year or more. the 41mm pages hold the token a bit more loosely, so that's great for tokens you access more frequently such as TE and weapons. In my binder, I have 6x40 and 1x41 for a total of 81 tokens in one binder, if full.

Universal Binder Coin

40mm Album Page

41mm Album Page


Wouldn't that be 241 tokens in a full binder?


6 40mm pages (12 tokens each page) and 1 41 mm pages (9 tokens per page) for 81.

but yes, math says 6 x 40 + 41 is 281
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Token Storage 2 years 7 months ago #17

macXdmg wrote:

Mike Steele wrote:

SoulKage wrote:

Arnold wrote:

SoulKage wrote: Token storage all depends on what you want it for.

Personally I use several methods. And a few i tried did not work out for me. Below is what I do today.

A whitman binder for specific builds while on runs at gen con. They are very compact and easily hold a full legendary build. For those with more modest builds, they could hold two or three.


SoulKage - do you happen to have a link to the exact Whitman binders you use? I just picked up 2x of the binders that Trent carries but would love to see the other options.


Just as the site description says, the album can hold 7 pages. I use the 40mm for tokens that get socketed and won't come out for a year or more. the 41mm pages hold the token a bit more loosely, so that's great for tokens you access more frequently such as TE and weapons. In my binder, I have 6x40 and 1x41 for a total of 81 tokens in one binder, if full.

Universal Binder Coin

40mm Album Page

41mm Album Page


Wouldn't that be 241 tokens in a full binder?


6 40mm pages (12 tokens each page) and 1 41 mm pages (9 tokens per page) for 81.

but yes, math says 6 x 40 + 41 is 281


Gotcha! :)

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Token Storage 2 years 6 months ago #18

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So I had horrible luck with the 40 mm pages I ordered, they are breaking left and right when trying to get the tokens in, I have a few extra pages that I haven't broken but going to order only 41 mm pages from now on. If anyone wants the 40 mm pages I will have them at origins with me will give for some gold.

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Token Storage 2 years 6 months ago #19

James J Krot wrote: So I had horrible luck with the 40 mm pages I ordered, they are breaking left and right when trying to get the tokens in, I have a few extra pages that I haven't broken but going to order only 41 mm pages from now on. If anyone wants the 40 mm pages I will have them at origins with me will give for some gold.


40mm pages are snug and you have to be carful for sure.

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Token Storage 2 years 6 months ago #20

I use the dansco binders for builds. I prefer the 41mm pages for the looseness. I believe the extra space allows for less stress on all the glued pressure points and plastic cover.
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