Magnetic numbers flat cache container

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Magnetic numbers flat cache container
  • Magnetic numbers flat cache container
  • Magnetic numbers flat cache container
  • Magnetic numbers flat cache container

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Take a look at the photos - the cache container is the 4 white letters/numbers, applied magnetically. The cache log is on the reverse. When you list your cache as "magnetic", cache hunters are expecting a keyholder, mint tin or nano etc. But if you want to be extra sneaky how about one of these beauties ? Expect a few DNFs.

The container is magnetic, flat and has a random combination of letters and numbers. Ideal for junction boxes, switch boards,  pylons, ticket machines etc. The log is made from special "write in the rain" paper and has enough for dozens of log entries. It's also reversible if required. Containers do vary slightly in size, but you should expect yours to be around 17 cm long by 8 cm tall. Your container will be four random letters and numbers and will not be the same as the one shown in the photographs.

These are great in combination with the Small Cache Stickers - which when applied to the reverse of this container, may help prevent muggling.

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Reviews
5 out of 5, based on 5 reviews
(5/5)
Bernie from Donald on Nov 07, 2015
I believe this one would have me stumped, so couldn't resist it.
(5/5)
Clint from Sorrento, Victoria on Aug 14, 2014
Have placed this out already and it's already had a number of finds and lots of good comments about how they thought it was clever and sneaky and enjoyed it.
(5/5)
Brad from Coffs Harbour on Jul 01, 2014
Great camo hide. I would have never found this before seeing and purchasing this. Have already had some DNFs. Not sure how this will hold up after a while but great product
(5/5)
kathieb from Western Australia on Apr 01, 2013
Love it!!!!!! Nice and sneaky
(5/5)
Paul lowe from Newcastle Australia on Sep 09, 2011
Like it
Response from Geostuff.com.au
Oct 11, 2012
Thanks for the review !

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