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JanniferJannifer Posts: 19

I saw someone collecting cards in boxes made of high-end logs. I hope you have a be
tter way than me!

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  • pab1969pab1969 Posts: 1,081 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I never liked binders for anything. In the old 9 pocket pages, the cards next to the metal rings would always get dinged or if the binder was dropped, cards would slip out. This looks like the cards would pop out if dropped. Also, unless you have a small collection of graded cards, this would take up too much space for the number of cards it holds. I will pass on this.

  • @pab1969 said:
    I never liked binders for anything. In the old 9 pocket pages, the cards next to the metal rings would always get dinged or if the binder was dropped, cards would slip out. This looks like the cards would pop out if dropped. Also, unless you have a small collection of graded cards, this would take up too much space for the number of cards it holds. I will pass on this.

    I just went through multiple violent tests and fell from a normal height, but still firmly stuck it. Your idea has been resolved. Thank you. Is getting dirty a problem like rust?

  • Nathaniel1960Nathaniel1960 Posts: 2,313 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Jannifer said:

    @pab1969 said:
    I never liked binders for anything. In the old 9 pocket pages, the cards next to the metal rings would always get dinged or if the binder was dropped, cards would slip out. This looks like the cards would pop out if dropped. Also, unless you have a small collection of graded cards, this would take up too much space for the number of cards it holds. I will pass on this.

    I just went through multiple violent tests and fell from a normal height, but still firmly stuck it. Your idea has been resolved. Thank you. Is getting dirty a problem like rust?

    Sounds like my last urologist appointment .

    Kiss me once, shame on you.
    Kiss me twice.....let's party.
  • pab1969pab1969 Posts: 1,081 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Nathaniel1960 said:

    @Jannifer said:

    @pab1969 said:
    I never liked binders for anything. In the old 9 pocket pages, the cards next to the metal rings would always get dinged or if the binder was dropped, cards would slip out. This looks like the cards would pop out if dropped. Also, unless you have a small collection of graded cards, this would take up too much space for the number of cards it holds. I will pass on this.

    I just went through multiple violent tests and fell from a normal height, but still firmly stuck it. Your idea has been resolved. Thank you. Is getting dirty a problem like rust?

    Sounds like my last urologist appointment .

    I laughed out loud so hard it hurt.

  • GroceryRackPackGroceryRackPack Posts: 2,438 ✭✭✭✭✭

    PAS for detection of aldehyde and mucosubstances

  • pdoidoipdoidoi Posts: 488 ✭✭✭

    @Jayman1982 said:

    @Jannifer said:
    I saw someone collecting cards in boxes made of high-end logs. I hope you have a better way than me!

    >

    Yes, I have a much better way than that:

    What brand and model is that case ?

  • Jayman1982Jayman1982 Posts: 464 ✭✭✭

    @pdoidoi said:

    @Jayman1982 said:

    @Jannifer said:
    I saw someone collecting cards in boxes made of high-end logs. I hope you have a better way than me!

    >

    Yes, I have a much better way than that:

    What brand and model is that case ?

    Brand: Case Club
    Model: 108-196 Graded Card Slab Carrying Case

    https://www.caseclub.com/product/108-196-graded-card-slab-collector-case/

    I found I had to remove a little bit of excess foam that wasn't cut properly in some slots near the front and rear, but after that it worked like a charm. I bought 3 of these and the other 2 cases were much better in terms of amount of trimming needed, so luck of the draw. FYI, use graded cards sleeves to prevent any possible scuffing on the sides of PSA holders. BGS holders will NOT fit in the slots as is.

    The foam is nice and sturdy, not the flimsy stuff you see in some cases.

  • JolleyWrencherJolleyWrencher Posts: 605 ✭✭✭

    Still rocking the boxes my graded cards are returned to me in. I plop them into totes. Not a great idea for anyone who desires to look through them like the binder idea. The binders would be cool to have in a dedicated sports collection room for cards you wish to be ready to view instantly.

    This is probably great for anyone wishing to display a couple dozen cards without wanting to dig them out of storage.

    If you have a lot of graded cards in a box, and they have little rhyme/reason to be stored together, then you likely would be making a cheat sheet to know where a particular card is at since you cannot easily see the label's. Unless you have dozens of the binders then it shouldn't be necessary to have a cheat sheet for where they reside within the binder.

    Since I do not display my collection then it serves little purpose for me. I do see purpose to the binder which I'm not sure has been rivaled too well since it is portable, looks to be made of decent material, and is not incredibly bulky.

  • @GroceryRackPack said:
    PAS for detection of aldehyde and mucosubstances

    My bad,Just let it go.

  • @JolleyWrencher said:
    Still rocking the boxes my graded cards are returned to me in. I plop them into totes. Not a great idea for anyone who desires to look through them like the binder idea. The binders would be cool to have in a dedicated sports collection room for cards you wish to be ready to view instantly.

    This is probably great for anyone wishing to display a couple dozen cards without wanting to dig them out of storage.

    If you have a lot of graded cards in a box, and they have little rhyme/reason to be stored together, then you likely would be making a cheat sheet to know where a particular card is at since you cannot easily see the label's. Unless you have dozens of the binders then it shouldn't be necessary to have a cheat sheet for where they reside within the binder.

    Since I do not display my collection then it serves little purpose for me. I do see purpose to the binder which I'm not sure has been rivaled too well since it is portable, looks to be made of decent material, and is not incredibly bulky.

    I have some extra ones here. You can give it a try later. Private message me

  • 82FootballWaxMemorys82FootballWaxMemorys Posts: 1,288 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Jannifer said:
    I saw someone collecting cards in boxes made of high-end logs. I hope you have a be
    tter way than me!

    https://forums.collectors.com/profile/discussions/Jannifer

    Seems like a bot peddling some crap wares as part of a larger phishing scam. Good folks please flag/report the initial post to keep us all safe

    Unless otherwise specified my posts represent only my opinion, not fact.

  • 82FootballWaxMemorys82FootballWaxMemorys Posts: 1,288 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 19, 2023 7:57AM

    @Jannifer said:

    @JolleyWrencher said:
    Still rocking the boxes my graded cards are returned to me in. I plop them into totes. Not a great idea for anyone who desires to look through them like the binder idea. The binders would be cool to have in a dedicated sports collection room for cards you wish to be ready to view instantly.

    This is probably great for anyone wishing to display a couple dozen cards without wanting to dig them out of storage.

    If you have a lot of graded cards in a box, and they have little rhyme/reason to be stored together, then you likely would be making a cheat sheet to know where a particular card is at since you cannot easily see the label's. Unless you have dozens of the binders then it shouldn't be necessary to have a cheat sheet for where they reside within the binder.

    Since I do not display my collection then it serves little purpose for me. I do see purpose to the binder which I'm not sure has been rivaled too well since it is portable, looks to be made of decent material, and is not incredibly bulky.

    I have some extra ones here. You can give it a try later. Private message me

    Folks wanted to mention that this seems like phishing scam to me. Not saying it is but it's following that type of template perfectly.

    Make note of the number of thread topics opened same day by same ID for this, not only in here in the trading card section but also in the coin forum areas here.

    1) https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1092466/what-is-your-budget-for-this-binder#latest
    2) https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1092433/diy-pas-sportcard-pro-protect-box#latest
    3) https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1092467/being-a-collector-would-you-use-such-protective-boxes#latest
    4) https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1092434/perhaps-you-are-more-professional-in-organizing-and-storing-can-you-provide-some-design-suggestions#latest

    Walk away if you are asked to send payment via non-secured methods or "friends and family".

    Unless otherwise specified my posts represent only my opinion, not fact.

  • GroceryRackPackGroceryRackPack Posts: 2,438 ✭✭✭✭✭

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