Vendor Sale CHIPS* GROUP BUY*: WEB Mold, GREEK Mold * Cards Mold * Textured No-Mold * 04/2024 (4 Viewers)

I'm looking for certain samples as well of a couple designs. Does anyone have any of the Broken Arrow chips in a sample?
 
Hi,
Looking to place my first order and had a few questions regarding the chips.

1. What is the weight?
2. Can I pick the Taj Mahal label and apply it to a different style chip? ( for example: use the sun beach chip colors with the Taj Mahal label? )
3. Is the $80 charge per denomination? ( example: choosing the Taj Mahal and going with $1,$5,$25,$100 would that mean I would be charged $320 for labels? )

Thanks!
Weight is about 9 grams
You can use Taj label for sunset beach chips. Only one $80 label fee per order
 
I assumes it is okay to get any of your pre-designed sets on any of the molds avaliable? Or is there a fee for the new design?

Is there good summary thread of all the molds tina has to offer?
 
I assumes it is okay to get any of your pre-designed sets on any of the molds avaliable? Or is there a fee for the new design?

Is there good summary thread of all the molds tina has to offer?
Most sets are good on any mold. Just let me know what you are thinking and we can go from there.
 
For those that have these web molds, what are the thoughts on the slipperiness? I had the card molds and the no molds. Are these better, worse or the same?
 
For those that have these web molds, what are the thoughts on the slipperiness? I had the card molds and the no molds. Are these better, worse or the same?
I just received my sample set of the Lunar Landing web mold hybrids and they are fantastic! Not slippery and they feel almost like real clay chips. Very nice!

After seeing and feeling these 43mm hybrids, I'm definitely going to build a new custom set and order these.
 
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I just received my sample set of the Lunar Landing web mold hybrids and they are fantastic! Not slippery and they feel almost like real clay chips. Very nice!

After seeing and feeling these 43mm hybrids, I'm definitely going to build a new custom set and order these.
The inlay on the 43mm web mold is a game changer!
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Hi Justin I'm keeping the below order, but adding MOAR!
Hi,

Kodiak Textured No Mold 39mm

50 $1
50 $5
+ 1 40mm Rack

Can I combine this order with 1 Kodiak Dealer button that I've already ordered?

Kodiak Textured No Mold 39mm
-remove all $ signs for t100/500/1000/5000 and switch two colors (Example shown on photo)
+numbers as large as possible whilst being uniform?

100 T100
75 T500(with T25000)
125 T1000(with T25)
100 T5000

+ 4 40mm rack

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*please note there are 500 chips total, 5 racks, 4 decks + 1 dealer button.
 
Revising order to new 39mm web mold custom set... see PM!

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Omg omg omg omg omg these are sextacular! Beautiful design :love:
For those that have these web molds, what are the thoughts on the slipperiness? I had the card molds and the no molds. Are these better, worse or the same?
Not slippery. I have cards mold and no mold as well, and these grip much better. I will say however that stacks are not 100% sturdy over 30-40 chips.
I just received my sample set of the Lunar Landing web mold hybrids and they are fantastic! Not slippery and they feel almost like real clay chips. Very nice!

After seeing and feeling these 43mm hybrids, I'm definitely going to build a new custom set and order these.
I do agree, in the hand they feel really close to clay chips! After playing my first cash game with them they felt so natural in my hands that I forgot they were brand new.
 
For those that have these web molds, what are the thoughts on the slipperiness? I had the card molds and the no molds. Are these better, worse or the same?
Not slippery at all. I have MGK molds on hand and they are very grippy. The web molds are supposedly even more grippy than the MGK's based on the feedback I've gathered around the forums.

I ordered 2000 39mm web molds blind and I'm feeling very good about it. Would have gone 43mm but I simply liked the aesthetic of my artwork more on the smaller inlay than the larger one on the 43mm offering.
 
Not slippery at all. I have MGK molds on hand and they are very grippy. The web molds are supposedly even more grippy than the MGK's based on the feedback I've gathered around the forums.

I ordered 2000 39mm web molds blind and I'm feeling very good about it. Would have gone 43mm but I simply liked the aesthetic of my artwork more on the smaller inlay than the larger one on the 43mm offering.
I ask placed an order for the web mold sight unseen. 400 39mm and 700 43mm. After getting the samples, I’m so happy I did! Still waiting for the February group buy, then web molds when the March group buy comes in!
 
Not slippery at all. I have MGK molds on hand and they are very grippy. The web molds are supposedly even more grippy than the MGK's based on the feedback I've gathered around the forums.

I ordered 2000 39mm web molds blind and I'm feeling very good about it. Would have gone 43mm but I simply liked the aesthetic of my artwork more on the smaller inlay than the larger one on the 43mm offering.
I have both samples...you will be happy. Web might be SLIGHTLY SLIGHTLY more grippy/textured though.
 
I have samples of 39 and 43mm web mold and the 43s are certainly more slippery than the 39, I assume because of the label size. With that said they are both infinitely better than the card/no molds and Id have no reservations buying a full set in either size.
 
I have samples of 39 and 43mm web mold and the 43s are certainly more slippery than the 39, I assume because of the label size. With that said they are both infinitely better than the card/no molds and Id have no reservations buying a full set in either size.
Are the no molds you have smooth or textured?
 
This is probably unorthodox, but I'm not sure else how to list it appropriate for an order. Is this doable?

I would love to get a couple barrels of web mold on whatever the highest ordered set is so I can help contribute to label fees for the masses. Looking at:

39mm
25 x $100
25 x $500

43mm
25 x $1,000
 
This is probably unorthodox, but I'm not sure else how to list it appropriate for an order. Is this doable?

I would love to get a couple barrels of web mold on whatever the highest ordered set is so I can help contribute to label fees for the masses. Looking at:

39mm
25 x $100
25 x $500

43mm
25 x $1,000
I will have more web molds available in the near future to sell as samples
 
Anyone planning on 39mm web mold sands black label set? I will be putting in an addon order soon and would love to not pay the entire label fee. :cool
 
I have 43mm New Greek Key molds and a sample of 39mm web molds. The web molds are definitely more grippy than my NGK chips but they aren’t slippery to me either. Both are winners in my book.
 
Hello, kind of new to the poker space here, but just wondering if these chips are ceramic chips or not. Thanks!
 
Hello, kind of new to the poker space here, but just wondering if these chips are ceramic chips or not. Thanks!
I only have the 39mm web mold in my possession so others can speak to the different molds.
Yes they are technically ceramic, but they are considered a hybrid ceramic. In my opinion, they have a clay like feel to them that makes them far superior to other China clay chips at the same price point. The textured clay feel, web mold, and recess center for a label make these unlike traditional ceramic chips in that they look and feel more like clay chips than ceramic chips. They are very much a fun new product that represents a big step in the right direction for less expensive quality poker chips.
 
Makes sense. I'm just torn what way to go.
I have samples of both the Greek mold and web mold in 39mm and 43mm. I like them both. I have a cash set coming in Greek and tournament coming in web. Between the two, I prefer the web mold. They have more grip to them giving a better feel. Also, the 43mm chip has a bigger inlay which is very noticeable.
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