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mikeburns67

UK 'Air-Tite' Tubes?

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Hi all

I'm still pretty new to precious metals and this forum and I'm looking for some advice..  Much like many others on here, all my bullion coins go into capsules for protection, but those capsules are stored in carefully (read:precariously) balanced tall stacks.  I noticed a few of you seem to have placed those capsules into tubes, which seems like a far smarter idea.  I don't want to use mint coin tubes because I want to see and admire my encapsulated coins, not throw them 'naked' into an opaque tube which then require me to wear gloves if I want to take them out..

I saw the name "Air-Tite" being bandied about, but it looks like they are US only; are there any good UK alternatives to these tubes, or alternatively, take pity on a stacking noob and tell me how you store your silver?

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