How do you store your ultra pro one touch

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How are you all storing your cards that are in ultra pro one touches. I am using the metal brief cases from bunnings but it is getting way too heavy and i havent completely filled it yet. So looking for other alternatives.
 

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How are you all storing your cards that are in ultra pro one touches. I am using the metal brief cases from bunnings but it is getting way too heavy and i havent completely filled it yet. So looking for other alternatives.
Yeah they do get pretty heavy I have 4 full but I don't move them around much so it's not been an issue for me. Wouldn't mind seeing one of those ALDI boxes though please @ReggieEvansPC
 

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Hahaha life was so much simpler in the old days.
3 ring binder and sleeves for the ok cards. 4 or 9 page Ultra Pro books or snap tights for the better cards and a screwdown for the raddest of the rad.
Yeah I was a 90's collector...hahahha
Funnily top loaders were not much of a thing.
How times have changed 😁
There was always those few that didn't align the card before they screwed the bejeez out of the screw down and left a nice line down one side of the card
 
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Hahaha life was so much simpler in the old days.
3 ring binder and sleeves for the ok cards. 4 or 9 page Ultra Pro books or snap tights for the better cards and a screwdown for the raddest of the rad.
Yeah I was a 90's collector...hahahha
Funnily top loaders were not much of a thing.
How times have changed 😁
There was always those few that didn't align the card before they screwed the bejeez out of the screw down and left a nice line down one side of the card
This is still me. Lol.

All my best stuff is in 90 card folders. Only two cards in one touches and theyre in the $5k-$10k range.

I still love flicking through a 90 card folder. Especially when a rainbox fills a page
 
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