These chips look similar to an 11.5 gram composite chip but feel and sound a bit more like a clay
chip. They definitely do not have the metallic ring of a metal insert chip, nor the slippery feeling. In fact,
these are some of the least slippery chips that I have reviewed. They have an almost chalky or rubbery feel to
them, somewhat similar to a 13 gram "Casino' composite chip, but much more rubbery.
The chips are quite soft, I could gouge into these chips with my fingernail. They will get
marked-up over time but marks did seem to blend in fairly well, perhaps a bit better than a 13 gram 'Casino'
composite. The colors are deep so there is no worry about any of the graphics wearing away but they did seem to fade
rather easily. There are no edge ridges on this chip. There is a small injection mold spot in a
trench on one side of the chip but it is hardly noticeable. There are no edge spots, instead, there is a series of
circles, similar to a suited 11.5 gram composite chip. The lack of edge spots is a big negative.
I received numerous samples of this chip. The diameters were 39.85, 39.77, 39.74 and 39.83mm. Three chips
stacked together was 10.31mm thick.
I could break a chip in half with my hands but it was not quite as easy to do as I had heard on some
other websites. I don't really see this as being a big problem. The softness of the clay was a bigger problem. I also
didn't find the advertising "All-in Chips" on the graphics to be too overbearing. The chipset itself is
fairly good looking so I guess it's a question of how brittle the chips will be ... time will tell. If you want
something a bit better than a 11.5 or 13 gram composite, but you can't spend the money on casino quality chips, these
may not be a bad deal.