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A '''bison tube''' is a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container that can be used for [[microcache|micro-caches]]. These containers are usually small enough to fit on a keychain, and were originally designed to hold pills. The name is derived from the company which manufactures most of these types of tubes, [http://www.bisondesigns.com/ Bison Designs].
 
A '''bison tube''' is a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container that can be used for [[microcache|micro-caches]]. These containers are usually small enough to fit on a keychain, and were originally designed to hold pills. The name is derived from the company which manufactures most of these types of tubes, [http://www.bisondesigns.com/ Bison Designs].
  
The item titled "Micro-Cache Capsule" in the Groundspeak and Great Plains links below is not a Bison tube.  
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The item titled "Micro-Cache Capsule" in the Groundspeak and Great Plains links below is '''not''' a Bison tube.  
  
 
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Revision as of 02:16, 9 April 2008

A bison tube is a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container that can be used for micro-caches. These containers are usually small enough to fit on a keychain, and were originally designed to hold pills. The name is derived from the company which manufactures most of these types of tubes, Bison Designs.

The item titled "Micro-Cache Capsule" in the Groundspeak and Great Plains links below is not a Bison tube.

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