Hi capacity Card Case -2 row- Engraved - The Longer, Harder Wood
The Longer, Harder Wooden Card Case is a harder, and longer card storage solution with adjustable dividers and support for sleeved or unsleeved cards to satisfy your organizing needs. Our new card case comes in two different settings. A two-row and now a three-row for those who need a little something extra. No matter what size you choose, each case allows for easy access and maneuverability of your cards.
This 2-row case is engraved with "The Longer, Harder Wood." All options have The Broken Token logo engraved on the sides. The card rows are contained in a sturdy 1/4" wooden crate with handle cut-outs on the end. Includes 4 adjustable dividers.
NOTE: Unlike our engraved wooden artist case, all engraving are raw laser engravings and are not stained. The color of the engravings is the natural burnt wood color.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue, soft mallet and clamps for assembly (each sold separately).
Cards Against Humanity™ is a trademark of Cards Against Humanity LLC.. This is a third-party accessory designed by The Broken Token and is not endorsed by Cards Against Humanity LLC.
- 12.31" (313mm) x 6.49" (165mm) x 4.27" (108mm)
- 2.9 lbs
4 Columns: 5.74" (146mm) x 2.83" (72mm)
|Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.|
Great card case
I have a few of these cases for organizing some of Fantasy Flight's LCGs like Arkham Horror and Lord of the Rings. So even though these are listed as being for Cards Against Humanity, they will fit any card game, even with sleeves. I'll likely continue to buy these cases, along with the 3 row configuration. I think they are pretty much perfect except I wish there were more divider slots for even more customization of how big each section can be. I bought a bunch of extra dividers to use, but if there were about twice as many slots it would be perfect.
Too Much Assembly
Make sure you buy some wood glue with this one. I ended up taking most of a day to assemble this and I still needed to trim the dividers so everything fit. With it all assembled and on the table, I still don't think there's a benefit over a cardboard box. Pass this one by.
RESPONSE: We are sad to hear you had a difficult time assembling the kit. If it's your first one it can be a bit of a learning curve. We find that people get more proficient with each organizer built (some even say they enjoy the project) Would love to know what we could do that would have helped you avoid some frustration. As for the cardboard box, this is absolutely a viable option for many people. We find that what most people enjoy about the wooden box is, first the look on the shelf, and second how well it stands the test of time. If you are very unhappy with your organizer, please contact customer support via our website and we'll gladly help you!
I've acquired several different card games over the last few years (CAH is unfortunately not one of them) and after finishing this yesterday I now have space for all of them with room to spare for expansions. Overall, it was fairly easy to assemble - the hardest part was waiting for the stain to dry - and looks beautiful even when not in use.
2-row card case
I really liked this case , very well made its sturdy and easy to assemble. Great product...