Best sports fan shop according to redditors

We found 2,381 Reddit comments discussing the best sports fan shop. We ranked the 1,747 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Sports Fan Shop:

u/OedipusLoco · 331 pointsr/nfl

We've recently become obsessed with this because it was on sale for $3. Mine arrived today!

u/cusoman · 76 pointsr/nfl

Quick, someone get Dogra's address and buy him a gnome. That will cheer his grumpy ass up!

u/pavemnt · 22 pointsr/magicTCG
u/pimfram · 21 pointsr/nfl

Said gnome for those who've never seen its glory:

u/Mask_of_Ice · 16 pointsr/pokemon

There are specific boxes for storing your decks in, and the starter deck might even come with a cardboard box that is designed for that (but it’s usually cheap). No need to go all out on accessories, but if you want you can find pretty cheap Ultra Pro deck boxes in a variety of colors. Here is an example of the generic Ultra Pro box: Ultra Pro 80 Card Deck Box - Black

Another thing I might recommend is card sleeves. These protect your cards in your deck from getting damaged, and generally makes shuffling easier. They can be slippery at first, but once you play with them more they work well. They also come in a variety of colors, which makes it a fun way to personalize your decks! Only use 1 color per deck to avoid obvious cheating though haha: Ultra Pro UPR85604 Eclipse Standard Matte Card Sleeves

u/l2ampage · 13 pointsr/boardgames
u/Derk-Derks · 12 pointsr/minnesotavikings

Oh, and here's where to find this magical $3 bastard.


EDIT: They bumped the price up :(

u/LikesBoardGames · 11 pointsr/orlando

I don't know why you are getting so many downvotes. Here is a picture of a 12x12x6 bag

It seems like you can feet a lot of stuff in that bag.

u/shadowcentaur · 10 pointsr/mtgcube

You are looking for Ultra Pro Team Bags . I just bought some recently. I haven't drafted with them yet so I can't say if they work well or not. I put a token at the front of each pack so you can't see what the first card is.

I pre-make my packs, it is totally worth it, it speeds up the draft a lot. It gives you the option of doing some construction (like putting 2 of each color in each pack, or a land in every pack, or whatever). It takes a little bit of time, but I just do it while watching TV, it doesn't take a lot of mental power to do.

u/iFUBAR · 10 pointsr/ElectricForest

Please don't bring your huge flags into the forest. Telescoping flag poles (like this one) are great for your campsite but leave them there.

u/FrankiePoops · 10 pointsr/malelivingspace
u/kodemage · 9 pointsr/magicTCG

So, here's all the details on how people store Magic cards meant to be played, with links.

The gold standard for the number of Magic cards to store is 75 or 100 double sleeved cards. As long as your container can store this many cards in one section it will be at least useful to the owner. Additionally, no one really likes storing their cards flat like your current box. Cards are much, much easier to retrieve from the container if stored edge on (top or sides exposed as opposed to your front or back, look at the pictures below).

The Boulder deck box by Ultimate guard holds exactly the preferred number of cards, down to sub millimeter tolerance. 100 cards and 75 cards

Ultra pro makes a pretty ubiquitous soft plastic box for 75 cards and 100 cards which does offer a little more wiggle room.

Ultimate guard makes nearly identical boxes. 75 cards, 100 cards.

They call their 75 card boxes 80 card boxes but that's referring to single sleeving and even single sleevers tend to appreciate the extra space for a few ancillary cards like tokens.

Also, we do not double sleeve with penny sleeves but inverted(open end at bottom of card) perfect^1 fit^2 sleeves and with regular^1 sleeves^2 over that.

Being able to hold cards is great but there is also some benefit to being able to hold a whole deck box. The Arkhive is a popular example. It holds snugly 5 x 75 card boulders and 4 x 100 card boulders. It also holds soft plastic boxes but less precisely.

When storing dice they are stored separately from cards. Ultra Pro, Ultimate Guard

u/throwing-away-party · 9 pointsr/magicTCG

They totally exist. BCW makes a bunch of different sizes of them. I use one for my cards, 3 rows.

u/SinisterPaige · 9 pointsr/minnesotavikings
u/kevbat2000 · 9 pointsr/Atlanta
u/damagedirect · 8 pointsr/mtgcube

Ultra-Pro Team Bags are often recommended:

u/coreyf · 8 pointsr/minnesotavikings

Here us go! For a short period of time last offseason, they were available for three bucks apiece with a maximum of three gnomes per order. I, along with many others on this sub swooped up so many, that they were the number one selling item in "outdoor statues" on Amazon. After a few days, the price shot up and the rush was over, but not before hundreds, if not thousands were sold for cheap.

I still have dreams about that day

u/RookV2 · 8 pointsr/guns

Thinking of Hopps they make a car air freshener with gun oil smell. Off to amazon.


u/soxandpatriots1 · 7 pointsr/Basketball

If you're prioritizing price and durability, the Spalding NBA Street ball is a decent choice:

It's only like $15. It's rubber, so it's definitely gonna feel "cheaper" than a nice indoor-only ball, but it's made to be played outside and shouldn't get messed up from snow and ice. Should also be fairly easy to grip even if it gets somewhat wet.

Another option is an indoor/outdoor basketball like this:

About $30, and will feel more similar to an indoor game ball, if that's important to you. I suspect that ball gets a little more slippery when wet.

u/Ravenstown6 · 7 pointsr/hiphopheads

neverflat last a long ass time but can feel weird and rubbery after a while. My favorite is the street ball. Cheap and holds grip for a long time. You can also get the wave which has lines dug into it and long lasting grip.

u/CampaignExpert · 7 pointsr/minnesotaunited

My wife puts her regular bag in the clear one with a couple of scarfs and blankets around it, gets waved in.

u/STRMfrmXMN · 7 pointsr/AskMen

I wouldn't use Bluetooth headphones that are that cheap. I'm not really a fan of wireless headphones due to interference, charging, and that noise, but if you must, for $20 these are really not bad at all. A friend wears these to sleep. Just look out for the knockoff versions of which there are quite a few.

u/haletothechief · 6 pointsr/Showerthoughts

I keep mine and my birth certificate in plastic sleeves meant for trading cards. Like this!

u/creedfeed · 6 pointsr/cardsagainsthumanity

I've been out of box space for a while now with the Crabs Adjust Humidity sets... I ended up buying a three row cardboard box off of Amazon for $9 or something.

Edit>> here's the box I bought. I've got it about 2/3rds full right now with all of the official CAH and Crabs sets that have been released, plus a few of the other promo sets (like PAX East). I can post pictures when I get home if anyone's interested.

u/duffman13jws · 6 pointsr/CFB

Well, at least most of #3 is reusable from season to season. I'm in close to $400 on my tailgate gear, but I've put it together over several seasons. It's not too bad, you get a

  • Coleman Roadtrip XLE - $125 plus tax
  • Cosco folding table - $38 plus tax
  • Cooler - $30-40 for something decent by coleman or rubbermaid, $50 wth wheels
  • Flagpole - $35 plus another $30-50 for flags - it's a must so you can find your car more easily
  • Canopy - $80, I've been using this model for 4 years now with no issues.
  • Collapsible chairs, various utensils, canopy weights, containers, etc. that are essentially tailgate-only, maybe occasionally used for camping

    Now, food and beer is another story - for 5 home games and a neutral site, I'd say we average $75-100 per game on refreshments. Craft beer costs money, and I only do frozen burgers and dogs 2 game per season; I usually barbecue a pork shoulder and ribs the other 3 and just reheat them on the grill top; the ribs add up quickly, and so do sides.

    Next additions are some tailgate games - I'd like to build cornhole boards or maybe ladder ball, but i might need to buy a pickup to fit all this stuff. We're already to the point that I use a hitch-mounted cargo carrier on the wife's SUV since we can only put the 3rd row of seats down with 2 kids in car seats and a stroller taking up space in the trunk.
u/datekman · 6 pointsr/minnesotavikings

Don't forget about the gnome!

u/girlgainzgang · 6 pointsr/xxfitness

Foam roller. I like this one in blue--it's softer in pressure than the black yet it still releases knots in my back like a mofo.

These headphones with my phone slipped in my FlipBelt. No wires, no need to hold onto my phone, heaven.

CHALK. Not super cool but heart eyes emoji

u/Crocoduck_The_Great · 6 pointsr/iphone

I have these:

They were slightly cheaper when I bought them and they are sold under many brand names on Amazon, so they likely are still available at the $20 I paid.

u/Threeedaaawwwg · 5 pointsr/cosplay

you could get a deck box for that thingy on magma girl's hip.

u/xness151x · 5 pointsr/grandorder
u/Justx2 · 5 pointsr/LOONA

Everytime I bought a PC from ebay they were shipped in hard plastic sleeves. Wrapped up again too.

These are cheap around 4 bucks for 25. I bought them to store my own photo cards and they're great. Pretty thick. Definitely not gonna get damaged.

u/Lasers_go_pewpew · 5 pointsr/Coachella

Portable power pack like this one I bought last year

At about 60 bucks, its a steal. Only weighs about 2 pounds, is a little bigger than a standard TV remote, and it's a whopping 22400mAh. To put in perspective, a full iPhone battery is about 1900mAh. We had a group of 5 last year, and all topped up our phones batteries each day, charged our GoPros and digital cameras, one iPad, and portable speakers starting from Thursday, and still had about 10-15% juice left by Sunday.

Flagpoles like this one are also great for beautifying your spot and making it easy to find. This is the one I bought 2 years ago, and it's held up, but I didn't extend it fully last year due to high winds. It's not too expensive, so it could be worth your while.

u/ChasingLena · 5 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

I believe what you're looking for is one of these:

Flagpole To Go 20-Foot Portable Flagpole

u/tepman16 · 5 pointsr/CFB

Pro-Tip for future flagbearers:

Get yourself one of [these] (

and if you feel like planting it, combine it with one of these [bad boys] (

Have used this set-up for multiple music festivals and is convenient to carry, easy to setup

u/cactipus · 5 pointsr/minnesotavikings

Here you go, a classic.

u/annoyingone · 5 pointsr/Survival

Well since you asked.

Get a quality headlamp (like a Trunite TH10) instead of the one you have picked. Don't forget extra batteries and dont store them in the headlamp. I have had those energizer ones and while not bad for around the house or shop they arent very durable and I would want something a bit tougher for out doors. But this is more of just my opinion, the energizer one work an emergency.

You have three different firestarter kits. Stick with a ferror rod like this one and some cotton balls. Then toss in a 5 pack of bic lighters. Dont need to be more complicated then that.

I would pair the wool blanket with a survival blanket. Or even just carry a good sleeping bag. Just depends how cold it gets at night in the areas you travel.

Skip the Titan bracelet and cord and just buy some paracord at a fraction of the cost.

skip the campsnail, most that stuff is will be junk quality and redundant.

Tent stakes but you have a hammock?

Skip the tactical pen and get a couple pencils. Wont dry up and you can sharpen with your knife.

Those food ration packs taste like garbage. They will work but you could pack granola bars, jerky, nuts, rice, etc. Better for morale.

Skip the life straw/filter bottle and get a sawyer water filter. Fraction of the cost and is highly recommended by everyone who uses them including myself. Also get Stainless steel water bottle locally for a couple bucks. Allows you to boil water if you need to.

Get an Genuine Ames Entrenching Tool. from ebay. Anything but the Ames brand are flimsy junk.

I would go with a Fiskars x7 hatchet instead of one you have picked out.

I would suggest a couple tarps as well. 8x10 is a good size. Just get a couple cheap one from the hardware store. They dont need to be fancy.

After all my recommendations my best advice is to go out and practice. None of this stuff will do you any good if you dont know how to use it. There are many good youtube channels to watch as well. Go out on a nice day and practice fire making, water filtering, preparing food. Then spend the night. Next go out on a colder day, maybe a rainy day.

u/el_twitto · 5 pointsr/guns
u/thenerdal · 5 pointsr/Android

There's plenty. TaoTronics cost around $30 and have APT-X, AYL Qy8 cost $26 and also have APT-X. More higher end, with more battery life is the MEE Audio X7 Plus at $80, also with APT-X.

There's also the Sony SBH80 and Jaybird's X2's that come down in price usually around the $50-$70 range.

You should actually read reviews/use them before saying things.

u/bubbafry · 4 pointsr/PucaTrade

My preferred methods:

  1. Put unsleeved cards in a Team Bag. Place a top loader on the front and the back (the cards are sandwiched between the 2 toploaders). I use two pieces of Painter's Tape, one wraps around vertically and one wraps around horizontally. I send cards like this to buylist and seems to work well, since most vendors do not like individually sleeved cards.

  2. Put cards in perfect fits, then put them in a Clear Hinged Box. They make different sizes depending on how many cards you need to send. I like to put them in sleeves because the cards rattle around in the boxes. Not sure if it actually causes any damage, but the sleeves make me feel better.

    I am not a big fan of shoving a bunch of cards in a penny sleeve, which is another common solution. I've received cards like this, and one thing that happens is that either the front or the back card slips out a little, then the pressure from the other cards creates an indentation in the card. It's happened to me more than once.
u/TaquitoBandit · 4 pointsr/Netrunner

I had binders for a while, but got really lazy about keeping it organized. Now I switched to a cardboard box and am much happier. I keep everything sorted by faction and alphabetically and can find things quickly with ease. Since my collection doesn't completely fill up the box, I also store my Lord of the Rings LCG cards in there, too.

u/CD84 · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

I'd recommend something like this.

u/acousticrocks · 4 pointsr/ElectricForest

I believe they are using an extendable flag pole.
Here's an amazon link. You can find more by searching "Extendable Flag Pole"
Flagpole To Go 17-Foot Portable Flagpole

u/rayhoop · 4 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival - You can even incorporate it into a costume (when it's retracted). It beats using a pool noddle or a long stick

u/Amazingbambam · 4 pointsr/Coachella

Flagpole To Go Ultimate Tailgaters Package With 20-Foot Portable Flagpole

Not sure if that’s the cheapest, but I’ve used the similar set up for multiple feats, camping etc.

u/DocRock2018 · 4 pointsr/bonnaroo

Flagpole-To-Go Ultimate Tailgaters Package with 20' Portable Flagpole

u/bigredaltoid · 4 pointsr/minnesotavikings

It WAS a sale that was going on...than the price seemed to fluctuate between $3 and $15, but now it's back to $25 :( There was quite a few people who purchased three (the limit) when they were $3...maybe someone can help you out?

u/fastattaq · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Ultrapro Deckboxes. I think they're the perfect size.

They look like this and come in a variety of colors.

u/c19jf · 3 pointsr/mtgcube

They were made to hold team sets of baseball cards but are great as cube packs

u/Ryidon · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

If you're look for some plastic baggies for cards, you can get something called "team bag". something like from ultra pro. They are also good for shipping cards.

u/MrFluffyThing · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

A good pack of team bags (sell for far less in local stores) will work great in combination with toploaders. They are just the perfect size to seal a toploader without the use of tape, and the toploaders can be reused without any residue. Masking tape is the next best alternative, and I use that when I'm out of team bags.

u/thehami · 3 pointsr/BasketballTips

always start close by the hoop to work on your form once you enter the park, shooting at the hashmarks around the FT line helped me gain more consistency and I instantly felt more confident shooting long range, i continue to do this once I get to the park. once you do that, shoot a lot of mid-range jumpers then start at the corner or straightaway for threes. just remember to always start real close to the hoop once you enter the park or gym. I also needed an adjustment period when I went from inside to outside, it could be a mental thing. I also always end my sessions with 3-5 straight free throw makes and that always helped me.

for a ball, i've always liked this one but i know some people don't. It's generally good and has lasted me about a year and a half so far, I might get another one because the one I have now is starting to lose grip.

u/Bath_Time_Kraken · 3 pointsr/Pathfinder_ACG

The “base” box is pretty easy to find, my local comic store has them sometimes but you can also find it here 3200 Count Box

For the small dividers within each row we cannibalized an older box of similar type, though most any other cardboard /box could work. (We had several of these 500 ct Box)

While sleeving is costly, it protects the investment (plus some of us have young kids that like the pictures :p) and also has a nice side effect of having a TON of empty sleeve boxes that make perfect “holders” for stuff.

Have fun making your box!


u/obtusepunubiris · 3 pointsr/dominion

Take two of these, cut one row off of one of them, then put them in one of these. You may want to add a little padding to top and bottom to make sure everything fits snug. It's a little large, but manageable. I've got room for the new expansion and easily two more of the same size.

If you're interested in more info, see my post here.

u/eyeoftheliger101 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

I purchased a cheap BCW storage box off amazon. It arrives flat and takes about 5 minutes to set up. To help with organizing the cards, I used these dividers from BGG. I printed them on cardstock, then inserted them into sleeves.

Some pics:



The cards in the first column are all the cards from 1 core set, plus all the player cards from an additional core set. The extra scenario cards in the third column are unused. As you can see, there is still plenty of room for expansions.

u/forgotmyoldlogin3 · 3 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Used this at every festival for 3 years now.

Flagpole To Go 14-Foot Portable Flagpole

u/markreid504 · 3 pointsr/NewOrleans

I ordered this in 2013, and it's been working ever since.

u/jleviathon · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

Right on man CO born and raised! The UC flag was 3ft by 5ft I believe. This was the flag pole I got. Can't say enough about the quality. This one is 17ft with the 3' x 5' UC flag and a 1-1/2' x 3' CO flag. Both flags are very light material. I duck taped every section to the fitting so it wouldn't collapse on its own. This pole stayed up in a monsoon! 30mph winds and sideways rain last year! Until the canopy it was attached to collapsed anyway haha. You could go 20ft but it may be too much. I think a heavier cloth flag would be too much as well. Good pole though. CO represent! The clips that come on the pole are strong too. Here is where I put the tape if you can see it. Everywhere you tighten each section.

u/abgtw · 3 pointsr/AboveandBeyond

I had considered this one:

One review said he used it at tomorrowland and it worked great, so seems like a really tall pole. The problem will be with Gorge security saying NO METAL POLES even though this kind of telescoping pole is specifically allowed - but try proving that to the asshole with tiny tyrant syndrome denying your way in!

u/wowlookatit27 · 3 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Just order one of these puppies -
Flagpole-To-Go Portable Flagpole

u/Broglesby · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

I personally have never used either of these, but have had my eye on them since last year. I feel they would be perfect. (There are varieties of both also, shop around)

Campsite Flagpole

Handheld (collapsible) Flagpole

Edit: Formatting

u/-kj · 3 pointsr/minnesotaunited

I picked up a collapsible flag pole last year that I've used in a few stadiums (including TCF) without too much hassle.

u/PsychedelicVisions · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

I bought this one:

Cost $65 and then it was snapped in half when the little storm came and none of my neighbors stuff was staked down. Their sleeping tent and canopy tent wrapped around my entire car, it scratch and dented the fuck out of the car and broke my flag pole. They found this funny and didn't even help untangle all their shit from our shit. I'm still a little bitter in case you can't tell

As far as that flag pole I had it for 2 years, it works really really well, it stood up to all sorts of storms and high wind, was really well made as well. It goes under the tire of your car to keep the base of it in place. I think it held up well, it just couldn't withstand all of my neighbors possessions smashing in to it at a high velocity.

u/fwump38 · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

This is what I just recently bought for forest and was recommended by several people here:

It's a telescoping flagpole with stand (you drive your car over it to keep it standing). It's for the campsite which I wasn't sure if that's what you were asking.

If you're looking for a flag pole for in the forest I think a telescoping lightbulb inserter for tall ceilings could easily be converted into something more portable.

u/luvmuppet · 3 pointsr/ems

even the cheap ones can do a better job than no blanket at all and just leaving the patient lying on the ground uncovered. also handy if it's raining. i don't know many bikers carrying umbrellas around on their bikes.

these survival blankets are awesome but take up more space.

OP is talking about a stopgap measure for his bike, and space is at a premium. while those blankets might be a gimmick in the eyes of campers and sportsmen, in this particular situation it's way way better than nothing at all. that's all I'm saying.

u/blackxbaron · 3 pointsr/Survival
u/cleanedge · 3 pointsr/minimalism

I use the Chum's Keychain Wallet.

Includes: Keyring for Vehicle, House Key, Work Key, and Leatherman Micra

Two zipper pouches, one for cash/coins, other for cards (medical/auto insurance, State Bar Card, Debit Card, Library Card).
Outside pocket for most often used items (Driver's License, Credit Card, Magnetic Keycard for Work). Man, nothing is less minimalist than being married with childre

Grab this + cell phone (where I store all my loyalty cards in Google Wallet) every morning and I'm out the door. Well, after grabbing wife (whom I carpool with to work) and baby (who goes to daycare).

u/biggumby · 3 pointsr/golf

Daily Deals

u/mean_green_machine · 3 pointsr/golf

I have the SKLZ swing trainer in 48 inches. /u/niv85 hit the nail on the head when talking about helping smooth out swings and improve tempo.

One thing that I like to use it as is a great warm up tool if I'm pressed for time before starting a round or if the course doesn't have a range (believe it or not, this happens). If you can swing it at least a few times a week for 10 minutes it will help you stay loose and flexible.

u/B_Wildman · 3 pointsr/guns
u/hobitopia · 3 pointsr/guns

Never mind, they seem to be sold out everywhere.

u/yuri53122 · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I wish they still sold this:

u/mcslackens · 3 pointsr/Coyotes

That's the one. Save $10 by ordering from Amazon

u/spaghetti216 · 3 pointsr/WrestlemaniaPlans

She will probably be fine with a small wallet, but anything bigger needs to be clear. This is the bag I took to Wrestlemania last year, and I guess I'll have to pull it back out this year. It's ugly, but most people will have one, and it'll come in handy.

u/PassionateAsSin · 3 pointsr/TaylorSwift

I would go with a bag not a backpack. Some stadiums won't allow clear backpacks.

There are a bunch of options on Amazon if you search 'Clear Stadium Bag'

Such as:

This is the one I bought:

Taylor is also selling a Reputation one you could buy online beforehand

u/NotSoLittleJohn · 3 pointsr/Welding

I got a set of these, and while technology has gotten better, the sound is actually pretty money on em and they are dirt cheap.

u/A-U-T-Omatic · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

These ones are amazing. I buy them for everyone. They send out an email explaining how to use every detail of the headphones. Annnnd they really do stay in your ears.

u/fullyc · 3 pointsr/IndoorGarden

Not sure if this will help but I'll chime in with my experience. I went to home depot and purchased regular old LED bulbs (5500k) daylight. I also got one of these: I hung em using standard clip aluminum hoods. I grew everything from seed using this set up (3 of the LED daylight bulbs) and that LED growlight. Basil, Parsley, Coriander, Nasturtium flowers, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and peppers. Now, I'll say, that the lights were perfectly fine to grow everything, but once the plants were big enough, I would transplant outside or place in my sun room with sound facing window.

u/Sleepinismy9to5 · 2 pointsr/WarCry

I have a hardback notebook I use for list building and campaigns. The back cover has a pocket that fits the ability cards perfectly. I have a normal ultra pro card holder for the unit stats.

This card box

This notebook

u/Berksmb · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I have a Pelican 1170 case with 3 Dragon Shield Gaming Boxes in it, 2 ultra pro plastic deck boxes, tokens, commanders in top loaders, and a set of dice all fit snuggly, as well it is waterproof.

u/poortj · 2 pointsr/Yugioh101

Depending on your budget, 3 of either the Pendulum structure deck, Salamangreat structure deck or Zombie structure deck (links below). The key is to get 3 of the same one so he can learn to build a semi consistent and decent deck. I would also suggest a small deck box and a pack of sleeves. If your budget isn't towards the $40 range (roughly what 3 structure decks, sleeves and a deck box would run you after tax) then I would just get 1 structure deck along with the sleeves and deck box.


Also those sleeve and deck box prices seem high to me so ideally you'd find them cheaper. Just make sure you find yugioh sized sleeves.

u/phredgreen · 2 pointsr/boardgames

The term you want to Google is "card deck box." You'll see plenty of options for boxes which hold fewer and more cards to meet your needs.

Basic example:

u/Crixler · 2 pointsr/Gloomhaven

One of these for each class:

And then another 4 in different colors for each player. Store your unlocked abilities/perks in your player box, locked ones stay in the class box. You can even fit your mini box in these. Except Two-Minis, of course.

Check your local game stores, or even Walmart, first, as it will probably be a lot cheaper there.

u/johnjust · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Thanks, I'm using Ultra Pro Team Bags - they've been used 7-8 times at this point, and they're still good for plenty more uses before being replaced. A pack of 100 should hopefully last me a year, maybe longer.

u/CLMF · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

team bags for toploaders

You can probably find them for cheaper at your local game store.

And the size for the PSA ones are different.

u/kygr89 · 2 pointsr/mtgcube

I used ultra pro poly team bags. They come in a pack of 100 and can reseal.

u/Goatburgler · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I think you might be talking about team bags, but they fit closer to 20, maybe 30 cards at a time.

u/catpjs · 2 pointsr/nba

I bought this off amazon and it’s worked well for me. Good grip and bounce. Haven’t used it daily or continuously for very long periods of time so can’t say much on durability 🤷‍♂️

u/spikedzombies · 2 pointsr/pkmntcgcollections

They start as small as like 200 or something and go out to thousands.

u/ShrimpyChimp · 2 pointsr/CasualMTG

Making boxes is pretty easy, all you need is a showbox, some cardbox and maybe glue or a stapler for a decent low budget box. Take a shoebox and cut some cardboard stripes as long and high as the shoebox. Attach them them to the ground of the box so that you get lanes that are wide enough to keep Magic cards.

Should look like one of these:

u/SaxSoulo · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Aside from the actual boards, you could probably organize almost everything into something like these. The 4-row box will fit on the Kallax shelf nicely. I do this for all of my games that are almost entirely cards. Bag the chits in there with the cards. You could easily fit 4-8 games in one of these boxes as long as it doesn't have any really large components. Write what games you're storing in there on the boxes. Then file all the boards alphabetically with some kind of tab divider.

u/waflman7 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I moved a 30,000 card collection from America to South-East Asia and back using boxes like these:

I used twine to tie the lids on and it didn't cause any issues. Just have to make sure there isn't free space to allow the cards to slide. I used deckboxes and legos to fill in the free space.

u/Z0na · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

A couple of these will do you good.

u/CanadianBacon999 · 2 pointsr/Magicdeckbuilding

I have had over the years several different ways, but the one I use today consists of several portfolio books/binders, three ring binders and ultra pro 9 card pages and two 4k card boxes.

  • In the first small portfolio book like this: Ultra Pro 9-Pocket Black PRO-Binder I keep the true collectors items. These are the special, rare printings or just personally nostalgic cards I've collected over the years. These are NOT for play, I'll proxy the card and play with those. (Ex: Alphas, Betas, Unlimited, Promos, special foils, cards over $100, etc. It's really up to you and what you find meets your collector criteria)
  • In the second small portfolio book (like above) I keep a copy of bench-marking cards. These are cards that I use to compare to others for fakes. I typically try to get two cards of each color, from each set, of those cards that often get proxied and pawned off as real. I take these and a jewelers loupe with me when I am purchasing a collection that I suspect and perform comparisons.
  • In a large portfolio book like this: 12-Pocket Z-Folio LX Trading Card Albums, Black I dedicate to valuable lands (duals, shock, pain, filter, Scars, fetch, strip mine, tron lands, Urza's saga, cabal, man lands, etc etc. you get the idea). I only separate these because I place a high value in collecting lands for every occasion and pride myself on getting a full play set of each.
  • In my three ring binder I have the rest of the rares and valuables I might play with. Example
  • For all other cards, sleeves, counters, dice, etc. I have the 4k bulk card boxes 4 Row I separate by color, artifacts, tokens & gold/multicolor cards, and then divide by commons and uncommons. I keep sections for full art basic lands, foil lands, non-basic lands, etc.
  • I have a 1k Card box for all the basic lands, I try to keep these to a min.
  • I have an old school 1997 multiverse 1k Card box for decks Image, and just expanded in to a second one.

    I no longer maintain a trade binder. I did when I was younger and played more and frequently visited FNM and game nights. But now that I have moved in to more of a collector role I only play with close friends maybe once a month, so I don't really trade anymore (not sure if the kids still do these days). My trade binder disappeared when I really embraced selling off unnecessary items and started using buylists almost exclusively.

    Since these days I do more buying of collections and selling to fund my own collecting I have a great deal of extra boxes, 5k card storage boxes and binders. These are just to organize the sales. Most of the time I sell them with the bulk and replenish with each purchase. From the collections over the years I've acquired a great deal of starter boxes, deck boxes, dividers, stickers, foam inserts, etc that I use in my own collection and to help organize the purchases. These have been some of the most interesting finds, just seeing what other people use to organize is interesting.

    I've also purchased shelving from Home Depot to store my collection and the purchases I have going on. Each shelf is dedicated to shipping materials, empty boxes, my stuff or a purchase.

    What I see mostly from the collections I acquire is that most use three ring binders for rares/mythics and either separate by color or just leave it to utter chaos (the latter being the worst as its usually shoes boxes and random plastic tubes full, which damage cards).
u/ford_contour · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Here's the box I got. Don't be tempted by the 5 row version, it is too big. Four rows is a lot of space, and still mostly fits on the a shelf.

You can get fancy with printable dividers online, but I just cut some simple dividers out of card stock, and labeled them in pen.

u/AdamHorton · 2 pointsr/dominion

I'll link my storage solution because maybe someone will get some use out of it ( /u/TLan718 ?) but I'm not sure it will be a great fit for you.

On the other hand, one of the components I use (the cardboard boxes) may work just fine for your needs:

You might not need to order these exact boxes from Amazon. Most local game stores will sell you similar boxes of varying sizes for pretty cheap so this may work out better for you.

u/CorkyRoboto · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Amazon. Flagpole-to-go. I got the 15’ one. Keep it short when you go in. Go here

Edit: Link

u/size1one · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

17' and only 1lb. can hold 2 flags:

u/mkkuntz8 · 2 pointsr/TomorrowWorld

My group bought this last year and worked perfectly, but it was also only $30 then. We just hammered PVC in the ground to secure it.

u/LeyvaFlava · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

This is the one im using, pretty good quality and not to big can fit in your luggage bag if youre flying. Having it able to fit it in my luggage and a compact size is what i was mainly looking for

u/Subaudible91 · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest
  1. University Customs makes pretty much all of the flags you're seeing on the subreddit lately.

  2. Use something like this flag pole at your campsite.

  3. Totems are sorta vague in their limitations. I used a telescoping pole similar to this, and got past security with no issue. Once inside I extended it out further so it was far above the crowd.
u/fatterSurfer · 2 pointsr/klr650

Things I would consider mandatory equipment on the bike: everything you need to change a tire (don't forget cotter pins), spare tubes (they're really hard to find, as it turns out, when you're on the road, and not everything can be patched) and a small patch kit, and a bottle of oil. Check your oil every time you gas up, and your tire pressure every morning. Fortunately the tire change kit can largely be divvied up between all of you.

Research the climates and weather of the places you're riding through. This, for me, was absolutely, entirely crucial. You don't want to be riding for hours while shivering, hugging the tank as close as possible to keep warm. And the "hand on the headers" trick is tough to do on KLRs (at least, I think it is) because the engine is so buried.

I'll echo those that have said "less is more" when it comes to equipment. Focus on things with multiple uses: for example, an all-stainless water bottle that you can heat directly on a fire. Packing up the campsite can take a decent amount of time (though I guess it's better if you're not going solo; more hands to spread the work around) so I got pretty good at the little tricks (ex: you can put water directly in the oatmeal packet and then the only thing you have to clean is a spoon). You'd be amazed how important food and water strategy can be.

The seat is uncomfortable (your ass will hate you). Your back might not be too happy either, especially if you're riding with a backpack.

Don't forget a knife. Tarps are awesome -- I had great weather and ended up sleeping under the stars in a blanket/tarp burrito more nights than not. For that purpose I specifically recommend something like this, which is a ruggedized emergency blanket type dealio with one side reflective and one side olive. Again, knowing weather patterns ahead of time is crucial for stuff like this.

u/boxofshitty · 2 pointsr/pics

I used a reflective survival tarp under my sleeping bag while hammock camping and ended up soaking wet. I was warm the whole night, but that tarp didn't allow any evaporation.

u/RazorEE · 2 pointsr/EDC

This is what I carry:

Chums Surfshort Wallet

u/sillybun99 · 2 pointsr/minimalism

Used to carry a Dash. When it wore out, I really decided I missed a place to store my coins because they'd fall out every now and then. The Chums wallet has two zippered pockets as well as a quick access pocket, a keyring so there's less one thing to grab, and is less than half the price of a Dash to boot.

u/thetiger92 · 2 pointsr/pics

Try these for your car.

u/LynchMob_Lerry · 2 pointsr/ak47

Well you may not be able to get a cosmoline air freshener but you can get a Hoppes #9 I know its not the same but dammit it smells great too.

u/swanky_bubbles · 2 pointsr/SanJoseSharks

It has a little remote I have to hit manually, in the off season I am going to set it up with a raspberry pie to make it automatic. It's [This one] ( hooked up to a 2.1 system

u/russellvt · 2 pointsr/SanJoseSharks

It's often cheaper on Amazon. I have two of them above my TV that we use during games... I'm still working on the triggered IR signal from the Raspberry PI, though.l

u/BrianKraemer · 2 pointsr/nfl

Walmart. Any arts and crafts store. They have cheap tote bags

I would recommend this

Clear Tote Bag NFL Stadium Approved - 12" X 12" X 6" - Shoulder straps and zippered top. The clear bag is perfect for work, school, sports games and concerts. Meets NFL and PGA Tournament guidelines.

u/KSOFM · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have these - $24.99 and I couldn't be happier. No audio lag and they stay on in the gym. The packaging was fantastic and professional, they come with a variety of bud and inner ear support sizes, the battery lasts about 7 hours on continuous use with an iPhone 6s. Charge in about 1 hour and 35 minutes.

u/cornlike · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/NPPraxis · 2 pointsr/gadgets

First, before I continue, I want to clarify: It's possible for something to have no positives for the consumer at the time of purchase and still have a long term net positive effect.

When Apple removed the floppy drive, this had no benefit for the customer buying the Mac without a floppy drive. But, it helped push anyone making Mac applications toward CDs, and the customers eventually benefited.

When Apple dropped OS 9 compatibility mode, it forced a lot of companies to upgrade their software. (Meanwhile, today, at work, I still support software occasionally that was written for Windows 3.1.)

When Apple refused to support Flash, this had no benefit for the customer at the time of purchase. But it drove third party websites to switch to HTML5, which generally ended up, long term, resulting in a better mobile web experience.

So when I say that I disagree with your assessment that Apple's rationale with this is just to sell expensive earbuds, I don't necessarily think you're wrong that there is zero consumer advantage- at least, at the moment- to removing that port. The customer who buys the iPhone 7 gains little from lacking the port. (Maybe waterproofing and that 100 mah of battery.)

But I also think you're flat out wrong about the motivation. Apple is trying to reproduce their Flash push; as Apple makes up ~30% of the US' smartphone market and ~15% of the world's, they think that by eliminating the headphone jack, they will push the third party market to focus on Bluetooth. They're gambling that within a couple years, we'll see much higher wireless headphone sales and better wireless products.

While I don't agree with them on this as much as I did on Flash- as Gruber put it, "Flash/HTML5 was bad/good. Analog jack/AirPods is meh/good"- I genuinely do believe that Apple's motivation is to move the industry away from wires to wireless. (And if they, in the process, can leverage Beats and the Apple brand to sell wireless headphones, bonus.)

The existence of a $159 earbud is to demonstrate how to solve many of the problems inherent to Bluetooth devices, such as pairing, in a single product that "just works" as Jobs would say. I'd expect to see a lot of third party headphones similar to out outstrip it on price.

(Believe it or not, $159 is a surprisingly reasonable price. There are very few wireless headphones with microphones battery pack cases of that quality in that price range, let alone with the directional beamforming mics and other advantages. Even Kickstarter products are often in that range.)

> Its impact on the final cost of the phone is negligible, the space it takes up is trivial.

Honestly, I think the removal was more for ease-of-waterproofing than anything. The headphone jack is the hardest part to waterproof, and instead of retooling the internal design and possibly taking up more space to waterproof it, they removed it and found the extra space allowed a little more other stuff.

> Now for everyone who doesn't care about Bluetooth buds, which is most people, life involves an adapter.

More realistically, they'll discover Bluetooth buds, which are almost in the $20 range these days.

u/bits-and-bytes · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I burned through 2 $100 pair of Bluetooth headphones, then I found these guys. Great headphones for the price.

u/GottaBeGrim · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Thanks for the suggestion, but I ended up going with these. Bought them new off eBay for 20 and I'm in love

u/jd35 · 2 pointsr/audio

If you want total budget ones I love my bluetooth headphones I got off amazon 2 years ago here's the link:

Really surprised with the quality and sometimes I have to re-pair (not repair lol) them to get them to work properly but they have good battery life too

u/sergyy · 2 pointsr/running

These are pretty damn great for the price :
Just recently got them and have ran 3 times with them so far (once during the rain!) and they've been flawless.

u/_Prrr · 2 pointsr/succulents

I just got two of these and they're working really well. The plants are also turning a really pretty color.

I've read (I'll try to find where) that 6500k color temperature is great for growing succulents, but it doesn't promote flowering, you'd have to add in some with a lower color temperature, but the colored LED lights have the right colors for both growth and flowering. Some of the fancier/more expensive LED grow light even have a switch to control if you want the flowering lights on, the grow lights on, or both. Like this one.

u/Reckless_Renegade · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

Thank you! The light is ...
TaoTronics 24w Led Grow light Bulb, Grow Plant Light for Hydropoics Organic Mini Greenhouse (3 Bands)

u/Stupidaussiewanker · 2 pointsr/trees

You needa give it a little more sun bro and a little fertilizer wont hurt. Fuck it while your at it jump on amazon and get a little grow light. Here have a link

u/srbman · 1 pointr/smashup

One neat thing i find with the standard UltraPro deck boxes is that they hold one (sleeved) expansion per box, so you can sort them quite nicely. They also come in a bunch of colours. You'd need a separate case to actually hold the deck boxes though.

u/ewells35 · 1 pointr/playingcards

this may help

its probably not what you are looking for, but its a start. playing cards can fit into this as well. ive seen these things at Walmart as well

u/Dakftw · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/magicTCG

what kind of deck boxes do you use? that product holds 6 of these and 3 of these at once. 9 decks is kind of a lot to carry around in one case. Good luck finding something that will carry more.

u/pinkmagedon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It's cheaper and free shipping from third party sellers.


u/TommyNookah · 1 pointr/AGOTBoardGame

Do you mean one sleeve specifically to store 7 cards between games?

That's pretty specific; I'm not sure I've ever seen anything like that. If you want to protect your cards you might consider getting deck protectors for each individual card and then getting a box to store them in, although I'm not actually sure if the house cards fit into deck protectors.

Hope this helps.

u/Copernican · 1 pointr/boardgames

Assuming everyone knows how to play, I second race. It's very portable. What I did with just the base set is bought deck box from my local trading card shop. You can fit all the cards into one box plus a few folded player reference sheets. For the chips you can grab any old container to bring them along.

u/kr1mson · 1 pointr/EDH

I use these for my EDH decks, and whatever color of these for my regular sized decks..

I also found this awesome metal case with a handle on it outside my apartment's dumpster that had an old ass VHS camcorder in it. It is all foam on the inside, and there are moveable dividers so I can make perfectly sized spots for my deck boxes, dice bags, playmat, etc... I look like a tool, but whatevs.. it beats carring a stack of carboard boxes, or stuffing everything into a backpack.

u/Dmbb1239 · 1 pointr/mtgcube

Hey bud, I have an innistrad plane cube for drafting thats pretty sweet. I can go over what I did if it helps at all.

I started with only Innistrad, great Draft environment to use as a base. Then I replaced all of the vanilla creatures or unplayables with another card from DKA, AVR, or SOI that fit the same role but had a relevent ability or stats. (Ex. a 2/2 zombie for 1b that had no abilities was replaced by a 2 mana zombie in the same rarity with more relevent abilities)

Right now the cube is about:
50% INN
20% DKA
10% AVR
20% SOI

Im trying to recreate a draft environment so I manueally create packs and put them in team bags ( to have them ready for each draft.

The slits for common, uncommon and rares is (5/3/1)
I keep flip cards seperate, the are split (3/2/1)

When I make packs I shuffle all the commons together, then repeat for uncommons, rares, and Flip cards.
Each pack is 9 Commons,3 uncommon, 1 rare, 1 flip card, and 1 land. The land could be any nonbasic land from any Innistrad set, put in for fixing and utility.

Right now my rares can be from any set and are pretty balanced, nothings unbeatable.

I also keep the flip cards in clear hypermattes while drafting and playing, but I have a checklist for each in a black sleave for proxying in the deck.

It is alot of sleaves and the cube fits a normal 2 row. But if you buy bulk, its not too bad. Heres where I got mine (,

If you have any questions or I wasnt clear just let me know.

Sorry about the formatting in advance!

u/preblecw · 1 pointr/Gloomhaven

I think you could use some of these to store your sleeved cards in. These are used with sports cards and trading cards to store multiple sleeved cards at once. Hopefully this is a solution you are looking for.

u/Hunterx1034 · 1 pointr/pkmntcgcollections

Those are the plastic bags or whatever you'd like to call them. I think the ones in the videos are a bigger size though.

This is the video on Instagram that you can see where I saw someone wrap the booster pack.

u/Luxray · 1 pointr/Ebay

What price do you normally start tracking at? I was thinking anything over $10.

I've been putting my cards in something similar to this when shipping.

u/s2xtreme4u · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

heres my dog album

I have two pitbulls, had a third till she got sick and had to be put down :( and an australian shephard who is strong enough to pull both my pits around when they play tug of war. i know exactly what toys last the longest.

This ball is by far their favorite and lasts until we lose them. your dog will rip off the feet, the horns and the squeeker but the ball part will last forever!

Other pit owners claim this will last forever it took my dogs less than a minute to rip it open and rip out the stuffing. however, the outside has lasted a very long time! so if you dont mind it being split open it should last.

if i see a garage sale or go to a thrift store ill pick up a basket ball the dogs pop it immediately and it gets ripped apart but the majority of it has lasted a long time

if you go grocery shopping they have beef bones im pretty sure that what their called. but they not only feed your dog but the bones last a long time too.

if i win, the tick twister would be great since i live in the woods and its tick season.

u/skinslip1 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My genius storage solution is to use a 4 row card box and removing two dividers. Fits NES, SNES, and N64 cartridges perfectly (width and height for SNES and N64, width only for NES)

u/minusthebrett · 1 pointr/PokemonTCG

BCW Monster Storage Box, Holds 3,200 Standard Sized Trading Cards | 200 lb. Test Strength | (1-Count )

Big fan of this one. Simple but effective

u/wantonviolins · 1 pointr/pkmntcgcollections

Well, I use these and fill in the gaps with deck boxes and similarly sized/shaped objects so cards don't fall over or move around too much.
Edit: Oh, and I have about ten of these boxes. I really ought to finish sorting and sell off a lot of my bulk. Nobody needs 32+ copies of Fossil Grimer.

u/Lordburke81 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

My preferred way to store cards is in 4-Row boxes.

Seen here:

I only keep 4 of any given card, aka a ‘playset’. So I sort the cards by card number, which just so happens to be by color. I label the front of the 4-row box and also sort by set by date. I keep all of the commons, uncommons, lands, and tokens separate from the rares and mythics., that way the more valuable stuff is in one place. Therefore, if I need a specific card, I know exactly where it is.

I keep all of my trades that are above $1 in binders, keeping standard cards separate from modern/legacy/commander. I keep all bulk rares, that are not in standard, in a box, as it usually isn’t a good idea to carry around bulk to trade.

u/xxxJakkxxx · 1 pointr/boardgames

These are pretty helpful for large amounts of cards.

u/jawells630 · 1 pointr/boardgames

This one. Just a warning if you order it from Amazon. They ship it unassembled and flat so it arrives in a box that could fit a person, comfortably (not that I would recommend shipping a person in it)

u/burgaboo · 1 pointr/magicTCG
u/brulosopher · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

After thinking about it, I guess you could organize the hops by using some long, slender containers in the freezer then put labels between each variety. Hmm... now I'm thinking...\

These would probably work great... or this!

u/TranquilWyvern · 1 pointr/magicTCG

BCW storage boxes are pretty fantastic when it comes to storing cards. I usually just mark off a row for sleeves and store them by color and manufacturer.

They can be found in a ton of places, but if you want to buy in bulk, their main site is definitely the place to go.

These boxes are cheap, sturdy, stackable, and hold a ton of cards. Also, they come in a lot of sizes.

u/DaveLambert · 1 pointr/cardsagainsthumanity

/r/creedfeed, your post was automatically removed by Reddit because you used a URL shortener. The site doesn't allow them, since it can lead ANYwhere while deceiving the user into thinking he's going to a particular other place.

OP, what creedfeed said was, "I bought this box from Amazon and it works great for my sleeved cards." Here's the link using a standard URL, no shorteners:

u/MyopicJedi · 1 pointr/playingcards

I'm not sure, but it looks like a baseball card organizer box. Comic book and Baseball Card stores should have them.
Something like this, possibly.
Looks like they have different lengths of one row boxes all the way up to 5 row boxes.

u/MusicFestivalGoer · 1 pointr/TomorrowWorld

I got this:

EDIT: When they say no metal poles this will still be allowed right? It's lightweight aluminum, but the whole thing is barely a pound.

u/str4ngerd4nger · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

Grab yourself one of these. I ordered one last year and it's perfect. Super lightweight, sturdy, all that good shit.

u/ThePhog08 · 1 pointr/TomorrowWorld

I have this one, the whole thing is ridiculously lightweight and it collapses. It also has rubber stoppers on the ends. No problems at other fests, hope they allow it

u/nattarbox · 1 pointr/BurningMan

Zero problems. Bought this one in 2011, and it has been used every burn since! We zip tie it to a conduit shade pole and run a 4x3' flag on it. It collapses down into something you can throw in your luggage.

u/DjSpectre · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

I bought it here for the 14' (now sold as a 15' model). Collapses to between 3-4 feet

And here for the 6' one. I collapses down to about 24".

u/Twisky · 1 pointr/okeechobeemusicfest

I didn't make a totem, but I had a 14' Portable Flagpole at my campsite.

u/Tomcat87 · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

Just buy one. This one's $30 and works great.

u/King__Lion · 1 pointr/Coachella
u/Heyeddieadams1 · 1 pointr/okeechobeemusicfest
u/inadazed · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

I use this one from Amazon. Works just fine. I duct-taped it to our canopy for extra security.

u/The_Jasp · 1 pointr/paradisofestival

bought last year and has been with me for 3 festivals now. works really well, taller than other poles, holds two flags, and collapses to fit in your car!

u/DaRedBasshead · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

I use this coupled with a tire mount. Never had any problems :)
Flagpole To Go 20-Foot Portable Flagpole

u/mcbaxx · 1 pointr/FireflyFestival

To help you find your campsite

Flagpole-To-Go Portable Flagpole

u/McWuffles · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

Selfe-stick! hahaha

But for real,

/u/rayhoop has it:

u/paintchips_beef · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

As an alternative if you want to save a couple bucks and have a canopy this one without the base is a little cheaper and you can just zip tie it to the legs of the canopy.

u/NeonSith · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

This one from Amazon:

Wasn't too tall so it didn't hit any of the decorations that are above (e.g. while walking on/off Rainbow Road there are lights that could easily get tangled up). If you hold it up high, you'll be able to see it in the live streams. But it's not so high that you're getting in the way of others when you set it down since it's as tall as you are basically.

When we walked in, I had the telescoping part all the way down and the flag folded up so it could simply be patted by security. Much easier than having it in full-mast and them question anything.

u/tipsytopsyslurs · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

Found this one on amazon for $19 Collapsible too!

u/gandalph91 · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

I have this one and it works like a charm!

u/huntskikbut · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

Here is the one I have, it is held up by your car tire! Very easy setup.

u/FantasticGentleman · 1 pointr/Coachella

This is what I got from amazon. Worked very well. The flagpole towards the bottom locks very well but not quite as well at the top. I just put a little duct tape around each extension point and it worked great all weekend long. The 20 foot height made our flag visible from real far away.

u/slick8086 · 1 pointr/Bushcraft
u/0000oo_oo0000 · 1 pointr/preppers

> Cold protection (since I live in Canada): • XL MYLATECH Survival Reusable Emergency Thermal Blankets (unfortunately not available through Amazon Canada)

These little space blankets are noisy and flimsy, even the so-called 'reusable' ones. I keep a few of these Titan blankets for single-use or to give out, but I would not depend on them as my primary means of cold protection in a BoB. My preference is a more durable tarp-style mylar blanket e.g. these blankets from Grabber or SOL - much more versatile and reliable.

> Heat protection: • S.O.L. Survive Outdoors Longer 90 Percent Heat Reflective Survival Blanket

This is just another version of a space blanket. You could use this as both cold and heat protection. Just have the reflective side in for cold and out for heat. It's lighter than a tarp-style mylar blanket but not as durable. Depends on whether you're trying to minimize weight or collect items that will stand the test of time. Grabber blankets have stood up to decades of abuse in the field so I decided the weight was worth it.

u/Box_of_Shit · 1 pointr/pics

If you too would like to pay for the jersey without earning it...go here

u/krylush · 1 pointr/instant_regret

The guy at the end is wearing a Mighty Ducks Jersey from "The Mighty Ducks"

u/WalterJrsBreakfast · 1 pointr/AnaheimDucks
u/PMMeAGiftCard · 1 pointr/EDC
u/shakyjellyfish · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I have a Chums Surfshort Wallet because I wanted something that could hold up to a lot of abuse.
It fits easily into my back pocket, has a clear ID window, a cash compartment, and a space where i can slide my lip balm. It may not be beautiful, but it's very functional.

u/miniwant · 1 pointr/minimalism

I searched a lot for such a wallet and had luck with Chums Surfshort Wallet

Not the slimmest you could find but it's functional and secure with two zippers and importantly it has an integral keychain and a pocket for such keys. For me it's a must since I can use one Tile to find both my keys and the wallet (and because I still struggle with clutter I search for it quite often)

u/benjusa · 1 pointr/AskMen

I've been using this

u/Beirdo-Baggins · 1 pointr/EDC
u/Sw1ped · 1 pointr/golf

This is basically the same thing cheaper. SKLZ Gold Flex Golf Trainer. Strength, Tempo, and Warm Up Tool. 48"

u/factorV · 1 pointr/handguns

WHAT! I love that smell.

I wouldn't say that out loud to many people you don't trust. They make air fresheners of that smell because people love it so much!!

u/elganyan · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Just rub these all over.

u/turnoffable · 1 pointr/guns

Then you need a set of these:

To refresh them, just pour some Hoppes back on them.

u/BunnyKnuckles · 1 pointr/guns

If you buy elite, make sure to also get a pack of these.

u/theholyblack · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

If you love the number 9 like I do, stock up on some of these as well

u/klausterfukken · 1 pointr/hockey


might be slightly cheaper on Amazon though

edit: yup

u/jangerhofer · 1 pointr/hockey

I'm not sure I'll be able to maintain a Python codebase, but I'd love to see what you wrote! You're talking about this, yes?

u/lgrw40 · 1 pointr/DetroitRedWings

This championship banner has always been hanging up in my room: NHL Detroit Red Wings Wool Dynasty Banner

I'd also recommend getting a goal light like this: NHL The Goal Light and Horn with 30 Team Labels or something like that during games.

Fathead's are good poster replacements.

Jerseys are always a good idea.

And here's a redwings border for the top of the room:
Detroit Red Wings Licensed Wallpaper Border

u/fateislosthope · 1 pointr/hockey

50 bucks on Amazon

Its not going to go off automatically but it comes with a puck remote control

u/pur3boy3 · 1 pointr/photography

Best way to protect my Nikon D3400 and and extra lens in this for use at a football game?

u/IgnoreMyName · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - $30 max (Must be from Amazon)

Source - Nexus 6p

Requirements for Isolation - Enough for situational awareness while running out on the streets.

Preferred Type of Headphone - Bluetooth IEM

Preferred Tonal Balance - Balanced?

Preferred Music - Rock and Hip-Hop/Rap mostly but do listen to a lot of genres.

Currently looking at these two on Amazon but IDK which would be better. Just need something that's comfortably and will stay in my ear while I am exercising (running in particular).

u/Sofa__King__Cool · 1 pointr/Fitness

I've been using these for a bit over a year and I think they're great. They stay in my ear while lifting and running and the battery lasts around 10 hours between charges. AYL Bluetooth Headphones V4.1 Wireless Sport Stereo In-Ear Noise Cancelling Sweatproof Headset with APT-X/Mic for Smartphones

u/Jewmobile · 1 pointr/AirForce

These cheap and sound just as good as every other Bluetooth I have owned.

u/CaptainKirklv · 1 pointr/gadgets

Been using these for about 2 years now with no issues. I use them exclusively for the gym so I didn't want to spend much.

u/BasicBrewing · 1 pointr/Carpentry

I use these ones. Not as nice as the Bose, but WAY WAY cheaper. My biggest complaint is that they aren't as low profile as the Bose - they stick out a bit more from your ear. The battery life, comfort, and noise cancelling is decent. I like the band that connects the left and right pieces, so if one gets pulled out, the other is still tethered.

u/sienadreamer · 1 pointr/mildlyinfuriating

There’s a really nice set of Bluetooth headphones I have, they’re wired together so there’s some weight to them but they work really really well and have a great battery life.


They’re not expensive but the sound is awesome.

u/rasputin1 · 1 pointr/lgv20

AYL Bluetooth Headphones V4.1 Wireless Sport Stereo In-Ear Noise Cancelling Sweatproof Headset with APT-X/Mic for Smartphones

u/LobsterTaco · 1 pointr/soundtech

These are by no means the BEST bluetooth headphones but I think they are absolutely worth the price. They fit your loud criteria and they fit the jamming them in your ear criteria. They also comes with a ton of different buds and and the part that allows you to fit it to your ear depth.

In conclusion, loud, flexible, sizable, great price.

edit: you're in the right sub since it's pretty general purpose

u/Jammasterj2107 · 1 pointr/bouldering

I like these pretty well. Not super loud but good range/battery/sound quality for the money

u/thefigpucker · 1 pointr/iphone

I have THESE and like them and they fit very well, comes with diffwerent size tips and don't fall out.

Can't beat it for the price and they sound great.

u/Deleriumb32 · 1 pointr/funny

Not OP, but my $26 ones are amazing.

u/ZuesPoopsAndShoes · 1 pointr/funny

I'd go with these then.

u/BlueMacaw · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

My son bought these Bluetooth earbuds from and loves them.

u/whitewalls86 · 1 pointr/powerlifting

I just bought these guys a couple weeks ago, and they seem like they are good quality for the money. No issues pairing, charge quickly, and sound ok. Obviously not amazing, but good enough.

Before, I had these guys and I liked them, but they didn't stay in my ears as well as I had hoped, and the they weren't very loud.

u/Khal_Drogo · 1 pointr/EDC

These are really great as well.

Great sound, great retention, no complaints.

u/trennsetta · 1 pointr/Surface

Ive used these everyday for 6th months and havent had a problem on my surface yet.

u/Dr_Zeuss · 1 pointr/hydro

Can't remember the brand but it's some sort of led grow light from amazon. It's just to get them started. Im building a stand for that light so I can get it closer to the plants.

Edit: found it. High Efficient 24w LED Grow Light, TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Bulbs For Garden

u/malenkylizards · 1 pointr/Hydroponics

Thanks for your insights. I've changed tack quite a bit about the structure. I found a pretty simple deep water setup that looks very doable:

As far as lights go...Whew, it's surprising how expensive the options out there are. I'm very limited with respect to that. Would it work to just get one of these? Maybe supplement with a regular old CFL or two if necessary?

u/dhstack · 1 pointr/indoorgardening

Thanks for the detailed feedback!

Have you ever tried using a grow light to supplement the natural light you do get?

Something like this:

u/Kuwait_Drive_Yards · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

This one. I hope its enough...

u/noodle_brain · 1 pointr/homestead

i started with two of these and then bit the bullet and bought this guy. worth it. the little ones are fine for a couple of plants but the rectangular one is SO bright (PS- do NOT look at those when you're plugging in the light) that you can have one several feet above your couple hundred seedlings and it's fine.

u/cheesefuzz · 1 pointr/Bonsai

I use a 350 watt VIPARSPECTRA for my Schefflera "luseane", and it is too much... i have to put it on a timer that is on for an hour off for an hour, or else it burns it.

For my other tropicals i use two of these: because the light throws the light pretty wide, you really gotta put these right on top of your plants.

and one of these:
Throws a much narrower (and brighter) beam, but it is purple/pink and makes my house look like a strip club from the street. It is the reason I ended up getting the other two above... they produce a much whiter light. But it is effective. Got crazy growth out of my fukien tea during winter with it.

No more tropicals for me...

u/LH99 · 0 pointsr/marvelchampionslcg

pffft, after sleeving I can barely fit everything in the box if I use dividers with that insert and separate everything out. Not sure why everyone was excited because they "finally made a decent insert". For an LCG, LOL. It's as pointless as buying a one bedroom house before having triplets. And fostering several dogs. While your brother moves in. And you bought a pony.

Gonna go the same route I did for Lord of the Rings: A binder for each aspect and then card boxes for heroes and villains.

[edit] y’all can downvote all you want. The number one most useless thing to a living card game is what kind of insert came in the base box. Its pointless

Lord of the rings. Box is unsleeved. One binder per sphere for sleeved player cards, three cards per insert pouch. Releases werent once per month.

But goddamn that base box ditch insert sucked.

Netrunner complete collection sleeved.

Had same stupid base box ditch insert. I almost care at this point.

But yeah, that marvel champions insert is totally awesome. You guys have convinced me.

u/Viking1865 · 0 pointsr/nfl

Sound quality is probably something an audiophile would sneer at, but I only wear them when running or working out. Had them for about two months, no complaints.

u/Pyromonkey83 · 0 pointsr/technology

So I recently purchased THESE bluetooth earbuds and I literally will never go back to another pair of in ear headphones ever again.

They cost $25 (not sure what European pricing is like), have a fantastic battery life (7-8 hours of full volume use, I've used them for ~10 hours on one charge at medium volume before they died), and have legitimately the best audio quality from any headphones I have used over the last 5 years. On top of that, they are insanely comfortable, have fantastic noise suppression (not active cancellation, just suppression from the buds resting in your ears), and have a huge range of sound, from deep bass all the way to high treble.

I bought them about two months ago, and before that I would have scoffed at the iPhone 7 completely and said the same thing as above, but now I could actually see myself getting rid of the adapter and the headphone jack completely. With Bluetooth in almost every car (or a cheap, simple conversion kit to get it), I see almost no reason to even use my headphone jack anymore.

Obviously my experience isn't everyone's, but if you want a new pair of headphones, I cannot begin to express just how much I recommend the ones linked above. They changed my view on wireless headphones entirely, and I most likely will never go back.

u/Schwaggaccino · 0 pointsr/iphone

Only person that is trolling is you.

  1. It's almost 2017. It's not 2004. Bluetooth headphones aren't shit anymore. Here's a pair for $25. 4/5 stars, 5000 reviews.

  2. They last more then enough hours for the average joe throughout the day. If you are listening to music on your phone nonstop for 12 hours, maybe it's not the phone for you, but then again, I doubt your phone even lasts that long anyways.

  3. If you want to talk about convenience, you're bullshit us when you say you listen to music with headphones while your phone is being charged. Confined to the same area and position for multiple hours in the day? Stop bullshitting.