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DECA Deck Box: What Card Packaging Should Be Like

by Lambert Varias
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A group of kids under the name Hedron Design have come up with a better deck box. Instead of an upright box with a lid that opens upward, Hedron’s DECA houses cards in a horizontal position and has a lid that opens diagonally. The design provides easy access to the cards inside. You can use it as a tray to hide your deck while playing, and you don’t even have to take the cards out of the box to play.

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DECA has an acrylic lid, but for its base you can choose from a variety of acrylic colors and finishes or even have it made of wood. According to Hedron, DECA can carry up to 100 sleeved cards.

Shuffle your browser, let me cut it, then pledge at least $25 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a DECA as a reward.

[via Nine Over Ten]

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