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Old 06-08-2018, 02:03 PM
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Should you decide to get the one touch magnets for newer cards, I agree that the Ultra Pro are the way to go. They also make one touch bags that perfectly fit the hard case. Really nice.
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Update - got my pack of 5, 35 point Ultra Pro One-Touch Magnetics in today, and:



What a joke.


Cards TOTALLY slide around in these, just like their cheaper Pro Mold screw case cousins. I tried putting my 1970 Topps Nolan Ryan in once case, and my '67 Clemente in another. Both move noticeably from side-to-side AND top-to-bottom once the magnetic top is snapped into place.

I'm done with this little experiment again, will be sending these back. Top loaders exclusively for me from here on out, boys and girls...Oy. Frustrating.
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Sorry you didn't like.

I enjoy them and feel they have less movement than a PSA case.
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