12 column poly chip tray was as described and works great on my home built black Jack table. Casinos also use 12 column trays.
A little pricey for what they are. Slightly thinner than the no name 10 row trays I already had and lip was much smaller. I use my other tray out of a table and moving the new ones full of chips seems risky of dumping or breaking. Will be building a box to mount them in and sturdy them up. If mounting they shouldn't be a problem.
Exactly what you would expect from a rack that’s designed to hold poker chips.
Just wish it was a little more angled so the chips laid in it better.