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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 1 week ago #1

I'm looking at getting a 500-600 count poker chip case for storing builds and transmutes in progress. Can anyone share what they like, and how well the tokens fit?

I am seeing cases made for 39mm standard poker chips, and I know tokens tend to run larger. I don't want tokens to fit so tight I can't easily slide them around for sorting.

Any suggestions welcome.

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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 6 days ago #2

How many builds do you tend to keep?
Do you have a price range?
How many transmutes do you tend to prepare and at what level? Relics and legendaries are vastly different than the smaller transmutes.
As a means to “hold builds” do you want this to go on runs with you, or do you plan to check it for runs? Do you have a “run bag” and this is a more permanent build holder?
Is this long term storage for build related tokens? We don’t all need a +2 ring of protection, though sometimes we own ten for reasons. Greaves, give me grief at this point.
Does it need to be classified as “carry on”?

I know you were looking for suggestions and these are a lot of questions, I have different suggestions based on the answers.

Thanks
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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 6 days ago #3

I bought some cheap wooden ones online, they looked great, worked fine, and had space under the token racks for snacks or extra tokens.

Sadly, they all broke in a couple years if they endured any bumping (like putting them in a backpack and setting the backpack down a few times).
I came here to sing and collect tokens, and I'm alllll out of money.

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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 6 days ago #4

macxdmg wrote: How many builds do you tend to keep?
Do you have a price range?
How many transmutes do you tend to prepare and at what level? Relics and legendaries are vastly different than the smaller transmutes.
As a means to “hold builds” do you want this to go on runs with you, or do you plan to check it for runs? Do you have a “run bag” and this is a more permanent build holder?
Is this long term storage for build related tokens? We don’t all need a +2 ring of protection, though sometimes we own ten for reasons. Greaves, give me grief at this point.
Does it need to be classified as “carry on”?

I know you were looking for suggestions and these are a lot of questions, I have different suggestions based on the answers.

Thanks


As of now my only criteria is the it hold 500-600 tokens.

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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 5 days ago #5

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You know what works pretty well and the price is good, Tackle boxes form Bass Pro Shop. They are clear plastic. There are various models and are much lighter than poker chip boxes after adding the weight of TD Tokens.
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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 5 days ago #6

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I used a coupon from michaels and got a 12 pack of these for under 20 bucks. www.michaels.com/12-pack-compartment-bead-organizer-by-simply-tidy/MP091119.html ? it was the cheapest and easiest for me to see and organize.

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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 5 days ago #7

I use a lot of plastic cases from Menard's. The mechanism for keeping them closed is better than the cheaper versions. For Builds I have been using the plastic binder pages.

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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 5 days ago #8

Your post got me thinking about storage and travel solutions so I put a more detailed post about it together. Hopefully some of these suggestions help!

truedungeon.com/forum?view=topic&catid=602&id=253884

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Items needed to complete my collection
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Token Storage (Chip Cases) 6 months 4 days ago #9

Plastic bags and a 5 gallon bucket for transmutes, fodder or legendaries both work in here.

Some plastic bottles from Trent for builds, the bigger ones? As many as you would like builds. Should hold exactly what you’re looking for.
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