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Soft Rubber Metal Cigarette Tin - Skulls - Blue

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The Soft Rubber Metal Cigarette Tin is a metal tin style cigarette case that has a thin rubber coating on it for a soft touch. The case holds between 18-20 cigarettes and is a King Size case. Comes in several different designs and colors. Note that actual design may vary depending on availability.
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Regular Price: $3.67

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The Soft Rubber Metal Cigarette Tin is a metal tin style cigarette case that has a thin rubber coating on it for a soft touch. The case holds between 18-20 cigarettes and is a King Size case. Comes in several different designs and colors. Note that actual design may vary depending on availability.

More Info

Manufacturer No
Brand No
SKU NI86-SBl
Color Blue
Material Metal, Rubber
Type No
Size King

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Great DesignReview by Scott
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This Blue Skulls is the second of the these soft rubber metal tins I have purchased. Just like the first one, I would stress that you NOT get used to the soft rubber coating - they wear off fast, like within 2 to 3 weeks with regular use. They also get VERY dirty in those 2 weeks as dirt, dust, ash and whatever else is in your pocket sticks to the coating. So if you are looking for a soft touch tin, this won't last for you. Thankfully I didn't care about that part.

What I really wanted was a nice little metal cigarette box - and this fits perfectly. Once the rubber coating gets nasty and fades away, I just hit it with some Clorox Cleanup and wipe it down really good to make it shine. After that, all you have is a VERY nicely designed metal tin made for holding cigarettes that works and functions flawlessly. My only complaint (besides the soft rubber coating fading off, because hey, it IS in the description...) is that it is hard to tell which side is the top and which is the bottom. They need to put some type of indicator on these that your fingers can easily find the top opening corner without looking for it.. What I did was take one of those stick-on Velcro dots and cut it up into a really small square. Then I stuck that square next to the top side hinge where you are supposed to open it. This way I always know which side is up and don't open it upside down. (Posted on 10/23/2017)

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