Protective Cases for Carded Figures?

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  1. benzo

    benzo Well-Known Member

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    anyone know of any plastic protective cases like these that would fit a MOSC Universe 2.0 deluxe figure?

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  2. seeker311

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    I had looked at buying them wholesale; they have all kinds of dimensioned shells

    Clamshell Packaging
     
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    Off topic, but remember when Transformers came in that kind of packaging all those years ago?
     
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    What do you G1 MIB collectors use? I have a Prowl and an Octane I'd like to protect - acrylic (custom) used to be an option but costs a small fortune. Thanks a lot!
     
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    I still use acryllic for boxed figures (though far less often these days) but there really isn't a good option for modern carded figures. Zoloworld _might_ have something that'll fit but very little of their stuff is designed for any specific toyline.
     
  6. EightiesKid

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    AFA sells pretty good cases, you can buy the sliding cases that you can open and close, so that you can take the box in and out. They sell cases at decent prices for the more common sizes, Autobot cars like Prowl are fairly common, so you can get a case there for under $30. It looks like they have standard cases for the triple changers as well, so that should work for your Octane.

    AFA Acryllic Sliding Cases
     
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    Thanks a lot. I'm checking out both!

    P.S., RKillian - nice Turbo avatar :rock 
     
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