Darice 2025-251 Clear Bead Container with 24 Storage Jars
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- Bead Container - 9-1/2 x 6-3/8 x 1-1/8 inches.
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- Clear plastic case with snapdown lid
- Easy to see at a glance what beads and findings are available
- Measures: 9-1/2-inch by 6-3/8 by 1-1/8-inch
- 24 clear plastic easy view jars and screw top lids, 1 storage container.
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Clear plastic bead storage system with 24 clear plastic easy view jars and screw top lids, 1 storage container. Keeps beads and findings separate and secure. Features clear plastic case with snapdown lid making it easy to see at a glance what beads and findings are available. Measures 9-1/2-inch by 6-3/8 by 1-1/8-inch.
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try it has breathed fresh excitement into my work.
If you've got a shoe box full of those paints you just couldn't resist buying, it IS a lot of work when you do it the first time. But in the long run you'll save a lot of time because you won't need to dig through the shoe box looking for a paint. . PLUS you will be able to see at a glance whether you have the paint you're looking for.
The bad: I had to send my first one back as it was cracked when I received it. The corner of the case broke off and basically had a hairline crack coming off of it and around the container. I get it... shipping can be rough. Still, I was surprised at just how flimsy the plastic was. There were also little chips on the top of the container where the top fit with the bottom. Nothing too major, but I could see those chips getting bigger over time. Also, BE CAREFUL when twisting the caps on and off of the bead containers. Again, a few of mine were chipped. If you twist them on and you're just a bit off, you could break them quite easily.
(on a side note, I sent back the bad one and got a replace quite quickly. It was packaged differently and also had a plastic film around the inside of the container which I think helped it not to break during transportation). I've got to give Amazon some credit because the whole return process was easy peasy!)
The good: All that being said.... This container does exactly what it's meant to do. These have plenty of room for sequins, beads, clay (I also store some of my clay canes that were cut up). I like the compactness of this product. It keeps everything nice and orderly, but in a small amount of space. Despite the cheapness of the plastic, the second one I received has no such cracks and is working well.
I use them for storing Swarovski crystals and elements. 200 4mm bicones easily fit into one container, and I have more of that particular bead than any other. The 24 screw-top jars sit in a plastic tray, and then there is a plastic lid to cover them all. The lid is not secured, though. The trays stack well-enough. I keep them in a long, wide, shallow drawer, so I have them stacked in twos. I can slide them around to view the trays underneath.
Unlike some other reviewers, I found the items well-packed, and in pristine shape on arrival. Each set of 24 comes with a film of plastic in the tray underneath the jars, as well as film on the inside of the lid. The whole thing was shrinkwrapped, and then encased in big bubblewrap. Two units came in each box, packed side-by-side, so there is no room for movement.
(I see they have this listed with the word, 'kitchen' in parentheses. I'm not sure these are useful in the kitchen--the jars are too small to hold any decent quantity of spices, and I can't think of what else one would use them for, in the kitchen).