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I gotta say, this was a VERY USEFUL video. I live in Puerto Rico and although it's possible to find some gaming supplies, you usually have to get them online or travel to bigger cities to find them. But almost every large city has a home depot and I actually have a Stanley "10" compartment box that I use for work. Good to know I can swap out the contents and use it for commander night. Thanks Professor.
Oi Professor, I have something to inform you on about the Stanley case. I went to the story to perches one for myself, and I found it, but it did not have the 12 small compartments like yours. instead it has 8 of those deckbox sized ones, and two double sized compartments large enough to lay sleeved oversized commander cards in and still have room to wiggle. The sticker on it also showed two large compartments.
Most likely, someone went into your store and needed something like the Stanley, but needed more of the double sized compartment, and so likely opened up two of them, and switched boxes around so he got one with 4 of the large compartments, and left the one that you ended up getting with 12 of the smaller ones....I suppose fate wanted you to have that one perhaps? or maybe it was dumb luck? either way your's isn't what came standard in it.
Just an FYI for others looking into it. Frankly if my store didn't only have one remaining, I'd have likely switched compartments, since I didn't really need the two larger ones. but oh well, maybe I'll nab a second one for storage purposes. those large compartments DO hold a lot of cards, you can stick about 3 of the boxes that Dragonshield sleeves come in into one and still have wiggle room.
Please be careful using camera bags. Thieves recognize camera bags. We had one stolen in the Atlanta Airport, the security guards figure that the thieves hoped for a nice expensive camera.
Turns out they got diapers.
That being said, be careful.
What is the model number of the Stanley case that has 12 equal sized compartments? Can't find it on the Stanley tools website and my local hardware shops only have model 1-97-518 fmst14820 ones that have two compartments that double sized.
For some of my deckboxes, I use a bag that came with an Iomega Zip drive my dad got in the 90s. Only has one divider, but that's fine to divide it into satin towers and regular sized deckboxes. I use it for commander decks, and it's a great little bag. In fact, if I didn't keep my main two commander decks in a double flip & tray, I'd probably use the Iomega bag as a dedicated commander bag.
Another fantastic video Professor. Thanks for the tips. I have been using the Case-It binder for my cards for about 1 year now. Bought it on clearance sale for $5 at Walmart I think and put it to good use on organizing my favorite cards. I bought 2 of those Amazon Basic Backpacks at Goodwill in the past couple of months for about $6 each. 1 is for carrying around my Raspberry Pi tech gear and the other was just sitting on my shelf. I was thinking about putting my deck boxes in it but I am leaning towards just using my old German military haversack that I have been using for the past 7 years. I just prefer the way it looks and don't see the need to protect cards that are stored in sturdy deck boxes. I like my haversack too much to change yet. I will have to figure out what to do with that spare Basic Backpack. Maybe organize my collection of handheld Gaming systems in it. The Stanley toolbox looks like a brilliant idea! I think I will pick up one tomorrow just to help tame my deck collection. Thank you!
Thanks for another great video. The Craftsman box is like the De-Walt with the bad corners. Has anyone tried the new Milwaukee Packout system? The giant cardboard organizer that every LGS sells is no longer big enough for my 30+ modern decks. The Milwaukee modular system would permit additional ridiculous deck creations to be securely stored. Is Milwaukee listening? Milwaukee: You better not let Stanley outshine you!
Hey Professor, i got a stupid question for you if you read this, say me a 15-year old is working to collect a lot of sets, including sets in legacy, Modern, Standard, and a few special sets. How much would you expect me to have collected? I know its really stupid, but yeah.
Went to my Home Depot to get one of the Stanley organizers. Wish they came with the 12 small compartments that the Prof's does. The two large compartments don't look like they'd hold any kind of deck well. Prof, how'd you manage a full 12 small compartments you sly dog?
I appreciate all of your reviews, you're smart and helpful, I must say though I had a terrible time trying to find a binder recently.
I watched this video prior to looking and since you mention cardinal binders, I decided to get some. After receiving the binders in the mail I can see that what is going on with mine seems to be occurring with yours as well. The damn covers are two short!!!
I always thought like you, what is there to a binder? There's three rings, that's about it. I swear, I am so frustrated over my recent binder hunt. I thought at first it was because I got slant D-ring so I went to Walmart and just picked some regular ones up but the covers are still too small and my card pages stick out of the binder. It is a slight protrusion but when it comes you your trading cards, you don't want any of it sticking out, it's just cardboard after all...
I'm just so upset, when did they change the simplicity of binders? I've never had this issue before. Now I'm google'ng binder cover sizes and wanting to bring my card pages into stores so I can test before I buy one.
I have some store bought binders I purchased a while back, maybe 5/6 years, I think I got them at Walmart, and they are perfect. I didn't research or anything beforehand, I just went to Walmart and bought them. Their covers are nice and big, they completely cover the pages and just lay on top of them like it should. Again, I can see even in your video your cards are right at the edge. They do appear to be contained but why are the damn covers so small now? Why F up the 3 ring binder?... Ok, had to get that out. Back to my freaking month long search for a 3 ring binder that will properly hold some card pages.
I tried getting into MTG again a while back, but just couldn’t get into it. On the plus side, I remembered seeing the Stanley organizer on this video and it solved another serious organization problem I had been having for a while, so thanks! 👍🏻
So when I looked up the toolbox online it's actually slightly different it does only have 10 compartments and 2 compartments are double size any way I could get a link to the exact version you purchased?
I got the Stanley case a while ago to help with sorting Lego pieces and storing them while not building stuff. Later saw someone bring it to Magic night to store a dozen Pauper decks - it's quite versatile!
With all honestly. For all my years of player Card games. I never thought a camera bookbag would be that great for transporting and carrying deck boxes. For years I hated hearing the rattling and crashing of my deck boxes against each other. Thank You Professor. You opened my eyes for sure great products. Especially the book bag. Thankyou and love all your content
So I looked up the tool box on Amazon after watching this video and in the section "Customers who bought this also bought:" I found a plethora of MTG products. Just thought that was funny and goes to show how useful something like that is for the community.
So i got my Stanley toolbox several months ago. However mine really did only come with 10 compartments as two of the compartments are basically 2 in one. (Which si fine as it is a great way to transport my plane chase, the other compartment transports my dice bag and life counter.
I am however pondering getting a second one, though right now not all compartments are technically full. I will probably buy a second even if just to use it to hold all 10 ravnica guild kits. I plan to purchase all 10, sleeve them in their respective guild sleeves and also buy the ravnica DnD dice so my fronds and I could simply roll (then 10 sided guild die) to see which deck we play.
I also plan to build 10 EDH decks of each ravnica guild combination. So i could also just play my dimir or Izzet deck by random. Grated that is a project in of itself, and I do not plan to put a lot of effort into that aspect. Just save up my money and buy the guild kits. Besides my dragon deck is more than happy to be the centerpiece of my collection.
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