- Item Weight: 4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00Q8FQ8AW
- Item model number: 82985
- Average Customer Review: 271 customer reviews
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Ultra PRO Dual Deck Box
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- Fits small Yu-Gi-Oh! and Magic size cards in Deck Protector sleeves
- Folds open into two separately cavities to holds two decks, or a deck plus dice and tokens
- Made from archival-safe materials
- Velcro closure
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Holds 120 cards in Ultra PRO Deck Protector sleeves in two compartments that folds out when deck box is opened. Designed for small sized gaming cards. Box closes securely with velcro closure on front flap. Each compartment holds 60 sleeved cards. 2 card dividers inside. Archival-safe, non-PVC material. Sleeves, cards not included.
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The box is much bigger than I had anticipated. To give the description some credit, it does say that it fits 80 cards WITH SLEEVES. If you, like me, do not store your cards in sleeves, this box will be too big. I imagine that it will fit 100 or more cards without sleeves inside, but there will be a gap on the sides of the cards.
So, unless you plan on storing all your CCGs in sleeves and then inside this box, I would recommended a box that has smaller inside dimension. The officially licensed MTG card boxes would be a good place to look. They are roughly the same price and some even ship with prime. It seems that no one is really making good solid card storage solutions any more. I've been in and out of the CCG scene and it seems to me that in the past, card storage was more of a concern, now its all marketing and profit. Just an observation of the types of products available now days.
I've use the fancy ones or the individual deck boxes as well but so far I like the dual deck box better as the lid doesn't become undone and the cards fall out making clean up a mess like the Magnetic Flip Box. Which more than once I've accidentally drop and have to play 75 card pickup.
There are two divider to separate the deck and sideboard or tokens.
It can hold a EDH deck but you'll have to use both holder but there will also be room for dice and counters.
The price makes this even better