- Oct 27, 2016
- Reaction score
- Bakersfield, CA
I wrestled with this issue for a while. The rubber feet that I've chosen are dense, hard rubber meant to be used as feet for a speaker cabinet (think 4x12 guitar cab, 8x10 bass cab, etc.). I really don't see a lot of wear being caused by the types of surfaces poker chip cases are usually set on. Part of the reasoning behind the shallow protrusion is that some will put their cases on metal garage or grocery-style racks where one foot may be resting on something solid and the other foot may fall through a gap. I didn't want the protruding feet to be a problem you had to deal with.Should the rubber feet protrude a bit farther from the recess to allow for some "wear on the tire"?
But...if you guys want the feet to protrude more, now's the time to mention it. (y) :thumbsup:
[Edit: But we will sell replacements at a reasonable price. Don't quote me, but I'm thinking $3.99 for a pack of 4 would make sense.]
We're shooting for scorecards like:...Not be the best performer at all three, but reasonably useful.
The racks are definitely the weak link in this system. But the pegs really do keep everything in place. I'll have to do a video to show you guys how effective they really are. As long as you're not doing donuts...your chips should be fine.Fair enough, I doubt I'll see a birdcage that holds chips secure enough for me personally to trust transportation of the chips. It's not really even the cage, it's the racks stacked higher than 2-3 high that are likely to fail. Not being encased in foam just makes it worse.
They are easily removable with a Phillips screwdriver....if they aren't easily removable then my interest immediately will go to zero