Saw this on reddit, thought it was pretty cool (1 Viewer)

FDLmold

Straight Flush
Joined
Jun 8, 2015
Messages
9,986
Reaction score
17,176
Location
N Indiana, USA
35 in each stack, times 16, yep 560
50 in each stack would be cooler, but you probably couldn't turn the mechanism at that point, it would be so heavy
 

surfik

Full House
Joined
Jun 10, 2016
Messages
3,123
Reaction score
2,020
Location
Poland
Interesting but over complicated, prefer traditional carousel
 

Ben8257

Straight Flush
Supporting Member
Joined
May 20, 2019
Messages
9,726
Reaction score
32,124
Location
Finksburg, maryland USA
That thing is bad ass! But our min chipset is 800 chips, may have to make a huge version!! But would also need another table just to put it on... hmm
 

nitzilla

Full House
Supporting Member
Joined
Nov 6, 2014
Messages
2,868
Reaction score
5,832
Location
USA
There were some old plastic/bakelite rounded cases that did a very similar thing. Pretty sure I saw them on eBay,

Yeah, they are called "Turnit" Bakelite Carousel's. I see them at Flea Markets quite often. Neat idea, but not really "useful" for most of us... I've more than once almost bought one just because...... :)
 

GenghisKhan

Full House
Supporting Member
Joined
Nov 7, 2014
Messages
2,859
Reaction score
3,904
Location
NB Canada - Maine's next door neighbour
The plastic Turnit is cool and nostalgic, but only fits 23 chips per row x 12 rows for 276 chips total. The yellow column has a barrel, black to its right jas 23.

20200618_150802.jpg
20200618_150820.jpg
20200618_150812.jpg
 

Nuhockey

Full House
Supporting Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2017
Messages
3,286
Reaction score
6,261
Location
New Jersey
Fools. You're all Fools. I'm awaiting for my Apex Poker chip case. I want to a Poker Chip case I can invest in and give money to the designer/creator where I'll never see the finished product. It'll only cost you a few hundred to invest in his project.
 
Top Bottom