- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 12.8 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.1 pounds
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- ASIN: B000XTK666
- Item model number: 10-pc500
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,729,230 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Trademark Poker Mahogany Poker Chip Case - Holds 500 Chips (Brown)
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- This beautiful blackened dark mahogany finished poker chip case is one of the finest cases we have ever sold. At first glance it may resemble a fine cigar humidor.
- The hardware on this case is solid brass. There are 2 well built handles that are very strong and artistic in design
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Mahogany Poker Chip CaseThis beautiful blackened dark mahogany finished poker chip case is one of the finest cases we have ever sold. At first glance it may resemble a fine cigar humidor. It is a deep dark stained mahogany and is very solid. Made of 1/2 inch pieces of solid mahogany wood, this case is as solid as could be. The tray inside is removeable revealing a bottom layer that holds chips and playing cards. The woodwork on the inside and outside is as fine as any piece of furniture in your house.The hardware on this case is solid brass. There are 2 well built handles that are very strong and artistic in design. The best feature of all on this case is the key lock to keep your poker chips secured. The key itself is artistic and also fits in with the decor. It is an old style key made from solid brass with a tassle hanging from it. This is a collector's item as well as a fully functional chip case for the person who appreciates the finer things in life.The top rack in this case comfortably holds 300 - 340 chips as the bottom rack holds 200 - 230chips for a total chip capacity of 500 chips. Also on the bottom there is enough space for 3 decks of cards.
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When it arrived there were lots of faint but visible scratches on the lid, and the lid itself was not "set" correctly on the brass hinges so that its slightly crooked and off-center with the edges of the box when closed. Also, it says it'll hold "500 chips", but the trays are actually oversized so if you place an even 50 chips into each of the 10 rows they rattle around and fall over. It'll hold more like 600 chips if you're not too picky about neatness or well organized rows of chips.
But what's worse is that its guts, if not the outer box itself, is all held together with glue that was coming apart when it arrived in the mail. The trays have nice felt lined bottoms but the felt was peeling off because the glue was failing. Same with bits of the wood pieces in the bottom of the box that held the top chip tray up and level. A hot glue gun fixed all of this, but it didn't exactly speak well for the box's quality.
I will say this: if you have a nice set of high end poker cards that come in a small wood or plastic case (like the Da Vinci 2-deck set of plastic cards from Modiano I bought) that holds 2 decks of cards side-by-side, one of these fits *perfectly* in the bottom of the box with room left over for dealer buttons and whatnot. And if you don't look too close at those faint scratch marks on the lid, its NOT bad looking.
Oh, and the brass lock works fine, but the key did not actually come with that little red "tassel" thing on it as shown in the photo.
It looks just like in the picture above and seems pretty solid all round, although I haven't really beaten up the handles too much. Speaking of which, this probably isn't the kind of case you want to do much travelling with, as it's not meant to be held by only one handle (there are handles on both sides).
I've got 400 ASM clay chips in here and there should be room for about 100 more, along with some space for a couple decks of cards.
The key and lock seem like they're meant more for novelty's sake, but if you have your heart set on using them, you can fiddle around with them a while until you can get them to 'catch'.
All-in-all, the case is *very* nice looking, and pretty functional too. Although if you're looking to use it often outside of your own house, you might be better off with one of those aluminum jobs... just don't get one with a cheap handle.