They look cool, but a few things I would suggest. They need latches of some sort, if that thing flies open, you can ruin a lot of expensive cards. Also price point is really high for what seems to be a wooden box(although very nice) with a few magnets(im guessing to hold it somewhat closed?).
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Edh: UUUThassa Control WWWHokori Stax GGGJolrael, Empress of Land Stompy BBBGriselbrand French List RBGShattergang(Super Villians) RWGHazezon Flicker UBRMarchesa Aggro URGMaelstom Wanderer (Maelstorm)
For all those interested in wine boxes: There are only a few boxes that won't fit a card in width, they are pretty cheap, durable and look nice, but the length might be problematic in some single 0,75l bottle boxes. I have a 540 cube with 200 lands, swamps and islands don't fit in, so it's 660 cards. A normal length wine box should hence be perfect for a 450 cube.
(In my case, swamps and islands lie on top of the other cards as the height of the box is just enough.)
Do you american heathens measure wine in gallons too btw? ^^
That's an interesting thought. I store my basics separately, so that just might work for me. I'll need to look into that, as my ratty cardboard box really needs to be retired.
Also: It varies based on who you talk to in my experience, but I've never heard of wine measured in gallons. Most people can't drink a gallon of wine and still be standing.
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Check out the thread for my cube if you have the time, and tell me how terrible it is.
Generals meant to be drafted first in a single pack of 6 cards.
And here is the actual cube, meant to be drafted in 4 regular sized packs. (60 card decks)
Since I lack a decent camera, I will simply link a picture to such a box since it is of a mass-produced variety:
So yeah, basically a Conspiracy box I won when we hosted a draft for its contents and I won both drafts. I reinforced its insides and bottom with some packaging tape but it is a perfect fit for my 360 Peasant Cube and 60 of each basic land type.