Caches that are ready to place out in the wild. They are a great way to quickly
deploy a geocache and they also make ideal presents for other geocachers.
With all shapes and sizes the only question is which will you opt for?
This Daisy Nano Cache is a cute little cache, measuring only 2.4cm (flower head diameter) x 4.5cm long it can easily fit in a hole or next to a fence post etc, and at first glance it is hard to tell its a geocache. A great way to hide a cache in plain sight. This cache comes complete with a RITR nano log.
This Great little Gravel Micro Cache is great to hide in gravel. We have set gravel stones into a thick glue base to hold them in place on the screw lid micro cache container. The container is a 20ml size and the outside of the caches measures approximately 5cm diameter and is large enough to hold a micro log and even a nano geocoin. LOG INCLUDED
It's a very large PET container! Polyethylene terephthalate that is. This is a preform container that could be melted and formed into a large water bottle. Left as is, it is perfect as a geocache! Imported from Germany, these containers make for great hides in that they are completely waterproof and extremely durable.
This Large Spider Micro Cache is a creepy critter, made from a flexible resin with the screw lid set into it during curing so its not just glued into a toy. The container under the spider is made of clear plastic which you can use to insert the cache and hold it in place inside various nooks and crannies.
This Large Spider Nano Cache is a creepy critter, made from a flexible resin with the nano set into it during curing so its not just glued into a toy. See how brave your finders are by setting out this creepy critter. Placed in the right hiding place it will have people second guessing if it is real or not. The cache container has a hinged lid, which is...