Published at Monday, November 12th 2018. by Janelle Warner in Deck Box.
In the now over four years of reviewing accessories from Magic, the Gathering, Pokemon and other standard size trading cards. I have carefully evaluated and graded over 100 different styles of deck box. There have been many extraordinarily excellent products and many extraordinary failures, as well as everything in between, These are the best of the best. There have been plenty that has gotten grades and different players have different needs and tastes, but these four are the professor's top picks. Please note I will be offering a brief, summary, an overview for each of these deck boxes. If you want to see the full review that I originally gave for each of these products, I will link to that review in this video's description and now the professor's top 4 deck boxes presented in no particular order.
These items are equal to one another. It is up to you, the viewer, the customer, to decide which is best for your needs. As a player, the ultra pro satin tower is one of the best deck boxes on the market. If not, the best deck box made from sturdy acrylic plastic that separates into three sections, the bottom section or compartment - holds an ample amount of dice encounters. While the main section holds slightly over 100 double sleeved cards, you can use the top section as a compartment for your sideboard or for holding other things when separated. I know the overwhelming consensus is that price should not affect grade or evaluation much, but this thing is $ 9.99. It's an insanely good deal.
You can't go wrong with these there's, also a wide variety of colors and finishes now available from simple primary colors to Sheen. To this new line that actually uses automotive grade paint yeah the stuff, they paint cars with to deliver a sleek and shine. I adore your playing cards mean so much on so many levels. So how could you do anything but afford them the best protection? The ultimate guard. Flippin tray is one of the best deck boxes on the market, if not the best deck box. This comes in a wide variety of sizes, from a compact flipping tray 80, which holds 80 double sleeved cards to the 100, which can hold a double-sleeved commander deck to the twin, which can hold two double sleeved commander decks.
The exterior is a xenon Tastic XO skin, making for a non-slip grip and helping protect against scratches and scuffs interior is beautiful, lined microfiber with removable compartments for your deck and a tray for dice price is higher here, depending on the size and options that you want And this will run anywhere between twenty-seven dollars to thirty-nine for the twin, one of the absolute best, if not the best, the flipping trays are form and function combined here, just right. The REEP steel deck box is one of the best deck boxes on the market, if not the best deck box out there, a very underappreciated piece of collection protection. I don't think there's quite anything remotely like this out. There made using 18 gauge galvanized cold rolled steel and treated with a rust preventative coating.
This thing is the real deal. It is solid metal, not that thin tin. Everything else is made from, but really thick, solid, steel, metal, piano hinge top and a TA style clasp ensure your cards will never come out of your backpack or anywhere else. For that matter available in a wide variety of colors and even finishes. The REEP comes in sizes to hold 75 double sleeved cards or 110 double sleeve cards. A special note is that the deck box has a recessed pocket to mount the latch. This pocket ensures there are no rivets protruding into the interior space of the deck box, leaving a clear flat surface for your cards to rest.
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