A few months ago I received a really cool PU leather bound carrying case called the Quiver. It looks, acts, & feels like a real quiver once strapped around the shoulders. This quiver though will hold a multitude of card games.

Once I received the Quiver I wanted to compare it to one of the many other game cases on the market. I did this by comparing it to the Khanka game case.

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The Khanka is 19.5″ L x 3.0″ H x 4.33″ W with an inside of 18.3″ L x 2.5″ H x 3.5″ W. It however is not as wide or deep as the Quiver. So the Khanka will not hold sleeved cards. I did find a few good uses for it.

The Quiver, though, once opened has a mesh net lining across the inside top of the lid that can hold pencils, dice, game manuals, & game pads. The inside well of the case will hold up to a thousand or so cards. The walls of the Quiver are thick & heavy enough to keep anything inside protected.

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Every card game that I added to the Quiver is contained in several Ultra Pro plastic deck boxes.

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The Quiver comes with several hard plastic & velcro dividers to separate your games. The folks who make the Quiver also throw in a few packs of card sleeves.

The folks over at Quiver Time are giving an extra Quiver game case to me to give away. So on July 10th I will be giving away one of these great case to one lucky person. All you have to do is watch the video & follow the instructions.

Or if you are just interested in purchasing either case you can find them right here: Quiver Game Case or Khanka Game Case.

Quiver Time offers a three year guarantee & they give $1 of every purchase to provide board games to orphaned children.

Protect your games while traveling & game on!

-Christopher Richter

@Boardgaming_FTW

 

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