1000 11.5 Gram Clay Composite Dollar Suite Chipset with Dice, Dealer Buttons, Playing Cards and Cut Cards
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- 50 $1000 chips, 50 $500 chips, 100 $100 chips
- 100 $25 chips, 200 $10 chips, 200 $5 chips
- 300 $1 chips & 1 Heavy Duty Aluminum Case, 5 cut cards, 4 Decks of Playing Cards and 5 Poker Dice & 5 Red Dice.
- 6 Dealer Buttons including Dealer, Small Blind, Big Blind, Reserved, Kill, & Missed Blind
- 5 cut cards of different color, 4 Decks of Playing Cards, 5 Red Dice and 5 Poker Dice.
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The chips themselves are nice - solid, heavy classic type chips. Thats the main strength of the set. I would say my main gripe is with the carrying case - at least for this 1000 chip set, its too flimsy. I dont think the handle or the clasps are going to last long. You can just tell the amount of material they put in the case does not match the heaviness of the chips. It even opens abit on the sides from the pressure. Ill probably get a different case down the road. The case would actually be nice for other items, like important larger papers, documents etc- just not designed for heavy items.
The dice and the playing cards are a nice addition - and really for $60 your getting a deal with all the chips and extras. Just realize your going to be straining your arm carrying this thing around - and that the case is nothing to write home about. All in all a good deal - but wish i had got the 500 set and a better case.
The set is heavy. Its not something easily transported, but if its in your house it's not a problem. It comes with a key to lock the set, and it has a good assortment of blind/kill buttons. The chips play well, and time will tell about their durability. The case seems a bit flimsy, but thats really the only negative of the set. For the price, a great buy!
1) Price. And the set works well for home games.
2) Lots of extra stuff: 4 decks of cards, dealer button, lots of other buttons, key chains, etc.
1) The case is pretty flimsy; I doubt it will last very long.
2) A high percentage of the chips (probably 30% or so) have off-centered stickers, which are easily peeled off (not from normal use, however).
3) When you first open the set, the chips are covered in black powdery stuff.
All in all, a good deal for the price, but I'm not going to make gifts of this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great set. They chips are high quality and its big enough for two tables.Published 6 months ago by Ashley Bergman
This set is EXCELLENT. More than enough chips, solid case and other accessories. The ONLY drawback is it's weight, it is HEAVY. But you'll never regret buying this.Published on January 31, 2014 by Chris
This set was a really good present for myself. I have poker chips out the wazoo and enough dice to play yahtzee if I wanted to. Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by dennis
The color is not bright and shiny as shown in the picture. The case is heavy duty aluminum but is not easy to carry and does not protect well as described; it can't protect the... Read morePublished on March 28, 2013 by Phuong H Ha
Quick first impressions: NICE chips and case. I wouldn't want to run through an airport carrying the chips by the case handle, but I think it will be fine around the house or over... Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Ryan Bartlett
Exactly what I was looking for. Amazing how inexpensive a good set of chips have become in the past decade.Published on December 31, 2012 by Tony H
For the price, I have no complaints. I had read the reviews from others mentioning the flimsy case and after receiving it I would agree. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Joshua Fellers
We had to buy one since our host (long distance) couldn't make it also it would be good for us to own chipsets for our future Texas Hold Em' Poker parties. Read morePublished on November 24, 2012 by Jodi
The chips are of great quality with a nice artwork. The case looks a bit fragile, but does its work anyway.Published on June 10, 2012 by Greinhofer Rémy