These are customizable 13 gram composite poker chips available in nine different chip colors (Yellow, green, red, blue, black, purple,
orange, pink, grey). There are pre-designed images to use for your label but the beauty of these chips is that they are fully customizable
with your own graphical design or business logo.
There is no label and the graphics are not "painted" on to the chip, rather the
graphics are embedded right into the composite of the chip and should never scratch or fade. The full-color graphics are very vibrant.
The craftsmanship of the label and the composite is excellent and very fine. There are absolutely no seams on this poker chip. The
transition from chip to "label" is seamless, as are the edge spots and every other aspect of this chip. There appears to be a
very small dimple in the rolling edge of each poker chip. The dimple was way too small to see or feel but was barely perceptible with a
magnifying glass. There is a metal slug in the center of each chip.
Every chip color has the same six white edge spots. The composite material was hard and the chips are slippery and difficult to stack.
These are probably the worst stacking chips that I have reviewed. The surface of the chip is perfectly flat with no grooves or
indentations of any kind. The chip is available in two different finishes, with the micro-finish being smoother.
Sample weights were 12.97, 13.18, 13.21, 13.17, 13.31, 12.83, 13.04, 13.09 and 12.76 grams. Sample diameters were 40.41, 40.45,
40.45, 40.36, 40.42, 40.40, 40.43, 40.38, and 40.38mm. A stack of ten chips was 35.2mm in height.
The cost per chip is anywhere from about 40¢ per chip to 60¢ per chip, depending on the quantity ordered. The chips are not sold
directly by Icon Poker but are available through various poker chip retailers. The cost for a 500-chip set is $295. You can visit the
Icon Poker website for a list of retailers.