I had some concern that the quality of these trays would be rather low, but even at a great price they were impressive. I'll be hosting a friendly poker night at my house and wanted guests to easily move chips between tables of play - these will work wonderfully. The inexpensive composite clay chips I purchased ($90 for 500 Monte Carlo) came in a terribly cheap aluminum suitcase I didn't plan to use, and the chips fit great in these trays with 20 chips per row and a tiny bit of 'slop' so you can easily remove them.
I also use these trays to store my chips in a "bank" by denomination (see photo) and then stack filled trays vertically to save space in our game closet. I intend to buy/make some kind of carry box or case that I can use to transport the stack of chips-in-trays as one neat set, similar to the acrylic casino style boxes you may have seen.
There are only a few minor downsides to these trays that I see before putting them through their paces:
1) They have no lids/covers. If you will use these for long-term chip storage, you'll want to place them in a bin or something, or place an empty tray on top of the stack to keep dust and junk off your chips.
2) They do not nest. If you store your chips elsewhere, these trays will not nest into each other, so they are a bit awkward to stack/store when they aren't holding any chips. This also causes empty trays to take up more storage than necessary, which is why I opted to keep my chips in the trays for storage.
3) They have no pickup features. If you have loaded trays on a table (especially a stack of them) and you want to pick them up, there isn't an edge or hole to easily pick up the bottom tray. The sides are smooth with no grip points.
I might cut out small semicircles at the ends so I can slip a finger underneath. When you have a few full trays stacked vertically, picking up the set kind of requires you to slide the set off the edge of a table to get your hand underneath. This isn't an issue for one full tray so not a big complaint for my main use for these, but moving around stacks of multiple trays is riskier - especially after you've had a few beers. :)
I guess that is where a case to hold many trays will come in handy.
All around, excellent value - I will probably purchase this set of 10 again so I can use several for my "bank" and hand out trays to guests. But before purchasing your set, you might look at some other designs that nest or have covers if you need those features.
Ten acrylic chip trays hold 100 poker chips each. Twenty chips in a row, five rows per tray. For home or professional use.