A handcrafted tabletop card case with a detachable cover that turns into a gaming play mat.
When we first set out to create our storage system, we imagined a case that could accommodate a large variety of games. We also wanted to use top-tier materials and be rock solid from top to bottom. The case is bound using Japanese imported linen paper to envelop over thick & heavy 2,400 micron/1,800 GSM greyboard that is three times thicker than standard board game boxes. What we have is a case that is beautiful, durable, prestigious and versatile.
When the cover is detached from the storage box which is held together by a magnetic system, the cover becomes a gaming play mat. The play mat surface is lined with a stunning artwork for the ATLAS Card Case.
With the help of 21 precisely arranged magnets, the case is held securely together when enclosed. The box was designed so the tray and pocket can easily snap onto the play mat without worrying about adjusting for alignment; just snap and go.
The partition system is capable of supporting a wide variety of card games:
|Magic: The Gathering||Yu-Gi-Oh!|
|Pokémon||World of Warcraft TCG|
|Android: Netrunner LCG||Star Wars LCG|
|Warhammer Invasion LCG||Lord of The Rings LCG|
|Eminent Domain||Epic Spell Wars|
|Legend of the Five Rings||...and many more|
The case comes with six partition dividers which can be used to create 18 different configurations. When all the column dividers are removed, the case can store cards across two entire rows. For more details on the case's specifications, head over to the Specs page.
Update: Thanks to all our supporters! We've sold out of our first edition case and with it, all of our glass counters and branded fleece pouches. Unfortunately, we're no longer bundling complementary glass counters and pouches with our cases anymore. Thanks to the early adopters for supporting us!
Our first edition Tournament Card Case comes with two custom branded fleece pouches perfect for dice or counters. We also filled each pouch with matching glass counters, suitable for any tabletop games.
Given the relatively low volume of goods we send, postage rates can seem quite high. This is less than ideal for us as we rely heavily on online sales to keep us going. We're currently looking for a new postal service to reduce our shipping rates. For now, shipping is $40 USD for international orders (outside of Australia). Domestic postage is a flat rate of $20. All international orders are sent through via express if available. Expect packages to arrive between 5 to 10 working days.