Brand New! Designed specifically for club, tournament and scholastic players, this combination includes a set of Regulation Single Weighted Plastic Chess Pieces, as well as our US Chess- branded Premium Vinyl Chess Board and Quiver Chess Bag.
Designed specifically for club, tournament and scholastic players, this combination includes a set of Regulation Single Weighted Plastic Chess Pieces, as well as our US Chess- branded Premium Vinyl Chess Board and Quiver Chess Bag. Perfect for showing off your US Chess Pride!
The US Chess Quiver Chess Set Combination includes one (each) of the following items...
Single Weighted Regulation Plastic Chess Pieces
Traditional Staunton pattern.
3.75" king with 1.5" base diameter.
Complete set of 34 pieces - Includes two additional queens for pawn promotion!
Manufactured out of plastic and are meant to withstand the toughest abuse.
Features rank and file labels on all four sides - ideal for beginners!
Manufactured out of high-grade vinyl and will ALWAYS lie flat!
Rolls up into a tight tube-shape for easy transport
Features the US Chess Logo on the side and h1 square
Quiver Chess Bag
21" x 6" in size (flattened).
Designed to hold your chess pieces and vinyl board
Large enough to hold most digital chess clocks
Adjustable shoulder strap and two nylon handles.
Does not apply
3.75'' inch / 9.53 cm
King Base Diameter
1.5'' inch / 3.81 cm
2.25'' inch / 5.7 cm
Chess Board Footprint
20 x 20 inches
Median Set Weight
Total Number of Pieces
34 Chess Pieces, including 2 Additional Queens (for Pawn Promotion)
Nice price for a Tournament chess set
This is the best price I found for a "standard" tournament quality chess set. The quiver makes an acceptable carrying case. It lacks separate compartments for a clock, pieces, scorecard, etc.; however, if the vinyl board is rolled loosely, these accessories easily fit within the quiver. I'm extremely satisfied with the purchase and the service I received.
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