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Jigsaw Puzzle Caddy--Anyone Have One?

candycorn

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Hello all...

I am rounding out the first round of Christmas purchases and am looking at a puzzle caddy for a friend of mine. We get together some nights and watch streams/ have dinner/do jigsaw puzzles while just chit-chatting. Low pressure-relief stuff. We both work overnights so a 3AM puzzle session is pretty refreshing.

Anyway....Amazon has this item:

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Has anyone purchased it or something similar? If so, how well does it work? There are times when it will sit unfinished at one of our houses for days or a week or two...and it takes up room. The idea is that you can fold the ends over the middle and store the unfinished puzzle upright behind a book case or under the couch flat. Does anyone have one? If so...how well does it work?
 

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i love jigsaw puzzles..hubby loves cats...i do puzzles on line now
 

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That's a neat idea. Sounds like a good gift. For others, something like that could be made from a cardboard box.
 
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That's a neat idea. Sounds like a good gift. For others, something like that could be made from a cardboard box.
It would seem like there would need to be some material that has a grip combined with something that would keep pressure on the pieces.

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The legs fold under the table. This is a bit more than I wanted to spend. We can usually knock out the puzzle in one afternoon
 

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Hello all...

I am rounding out the first round of Christmas purchases and am looking at a puzzle caddy for a friend of mine. We get together some nights and watch streams/ have dinner/do jigsaw puzzles while just chit-chatting. Low pressure-relief stuff. We both work overnights so a 3AM puzzle session is pretty refreshing.

Anyway....Amazon has this item:

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Has anyone purchased it or something similar? If so, how well does it work? There are times when it will sit unfinished at one of our houses for days or a week or two...and it takes up room. The idea is that you can fold the ends over the middle and store the unfinished puzzle upright behind a book case or under the couch flat. Does anyone have one? If so...how well does it work?
I had one of those when I was a kid and it worked beautifully. I would store it under our sofa when not in use.
 

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Always seemed bulky to me...
We do puzzles a LOT in the winter. White Mountain Puzzles loves us. We should own part of the company by now.
 

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