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ArtBin Super Satchel Box with Two Removable Thread Trays- Clear/White Sewing Storage Container, 9002AB
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- Super satchel box with 2 removable thread trays securely holds thread spools regardless of how the closed box is stored
- Spool trays offer the capacity to hold (224) 20-millimeter spools, (108) 32-millimeter spools, or (30) 45-millimeter spools
- Measures-3-1/2 by 14 by 15
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Super satchel box with 2 removable thread trays securely holds thread spools regardless of how the closed box is stored. Spool trays offer the capacity to hold (224) 20-millimeter spools, (108) 32-millimeter spools, or (30) 45-millimeter spools. Designed to easily stack and work together. Molded in translucent acid free polypropylene. Measures-3-1/2 by 14 by 15. (accessories not included).
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But for the most part, if you can live with it not being perfectly neat in the box - the case does its job... I had to write the number of the thread on the top of the spool so that I can identify them. I guess if I wanted to, I might be able to put some of them upside down to fit more spools in and have a cleaner fit - perhaps I'll do that if I get more thread.
The description of spools is by mm and in the US all the spools are sized by yards so it was hard for me to know if it would fit or not. I was hoping it would fit but unfortunately it just doesn't work for my needs....it will be going back. If you buy lots of small spools this would probably be a great storage piece for you. The storage box itself is fairly sturdy and the latches give it a secure fit once closed.
Holds my thread nicely-
I do a lot of sewing and quilting. This satchel now holds all my quilting threads, and I may get another to hold some additional all-purpose threads I have. I was able to put the corresponding bobbins underneath the spools of thread. The depth of the satchel even accommodates larger thread spools with bobbins under. Some of my largest spools are 2.5 inches high and, and the bobbins fit underThe spindles are a little close together, but you can fit more spools in if you alternate small and large spools. I did not do that in my satchel, because I like to separate my spools by rayon, variegated cotton, metallic, etc. If I alternated large and small, I could definitely fit almost twice as much thread in the satchel.
Easy to store -
I previously had my thread on a wooden thread holder with little wooden spindles. The spindles were too short for the larger spools, especially when I wanted to put the corresponding bobbins with the thread spools. And I always had a difficult time storing it, because it folds out like an easel and takes up a lot of space. With the satchel I am able to close and lock the lid, and I can store it vertically if needed. After I loaded the thread spools, I closed the lid and flipped the satchel upside down as a test. None of my spools came off the spindles.
Removable trays -
The trays have little finger grips to make removal from the satchel easy. This feature comes in handy if I want to take only part of my thread stash to my sewing table.
Good value -
It is a good price, comparable to other stores, but the shopping experience is easier of course.
Large cone size don't fit at all--too tall. I bought this to store all my cones of thread, and can only store my smallest ones.
The latch for this case is also flimsy and keeps coming off. I doubt it will last.
I am using this for now, but will have to replace with something else soon.