CASE - tin boxes
for every purpose and taste
Tin boxes in different variation:
- Shapes: round, square, chest-shaped, round corners, flat or domed lids and many more.
- Flavour closures: Inner lid, twist lid, swing lid, hinged lid
- Sizes: 25-3000 g
- Sustainable: Tinplate is 100% recyclable.
They all have one thing in common: high-quality material, the best workmanship and incomparable designs.
Tinplate of the highest quality and most beautiful shape
Qualitative tinplate, makes the joy of the tin last “forever”.
The tin boxes from Eigenart are particularly dimensionally stable thanks to the use of high-quality tinplate. The thickness of the tinplate is higher than that of most tins from other manufacturers.
Tin box without annoying external rolling:
perfected by Eigenart for an all-round pleasant touch.
Attention to detail:
Not only the visible area shows our design, no, even the bottom is printed in the matching pattern.
For different types of tin boxes:
Different lids ensure aroma-safe storage.
Each tin box is special: Visually and haptically
- Special haptic experiences through embossing and special lacquers
- Different lacquer techniques and types: soft touch or frost lacquer enhance the design
- Gold or silver effects as small eye-catchers in filigree patterns or as shiny surfaces set highlights in the design
- Matt and shiny surfaces that stand alone or unite in one design
- Various closure techniques such as twist closures, hinged lids or clamping brackets, matching the respective can type
Besides the soft-touch lacquer, which feels like fine velvet, the frost lacquer is something special that makes the tin glitter.
The combination of glossy and matt surfaces is pleasing to the eye.
Different embossing depths or lacquer effects make the tins a haptic experience.
FAQ - More about CASE tinplate cans
+ - What is the best way to clean the CASE tin boxes after use?
+ - What can I put in the CASE tin boxes without any problems?
As all CASE tin boxes are made of tinplate, only dry contents may be stored in the cans, as tinplate is susceptible to corrosion and can rust when moisture-secreting contents are stored.