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On Geocaching.com, cache containers are classified into four sizes:
 
On Geocaching.com, cache containers are classified into four sizes:
  
# '''[[microcache|Micro]]''' - 35mm film canisters and smaller containers; extremely small micro-caches are sometimes called [[Nano caches|nano-caches]].
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==[[microcache|Micro]]==
# '''Small''' - larger than a micro, but smaller than a regular; examples include sandwich-sized Tupperware and military-surplus decon containers.
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35mm film canisters and smaller containers; extremely small micro-caches are sometimes called [[Nano caches|nano-caches]].
# '''Regular''' - standard size ammo cans and Tupperware containers.
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==Small==
# '''Large''' - 5-gallon buckets and larger containers; examples include large ammo cans, trunks, and jeeps.
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larger than a micro, but smaller than a regular; examples include sandwich-sized Tupperware and military-surplus decon containers.
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==Regular==
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[[Image:TraditionalCache.jpg|thumb|right|A regular size cache in a 50mm ammo can.]]
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standard size [[ammo can]]s and Tupperware containers.
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==Large==
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5-gallon buckets and larger containers; examples include large ammo cans, trunks, and jeeps.
 
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Revision as of 06:02, 15 July 2008

On Geocaching.com, cache containers are classified into four sizes:

Contents

Micro

35mm film canisters and smaller containers; extremely small micro-caches are sometimes called nano-caches.

Small

larger than a micro, but smaller than a regular; examples include sandwich-sized Tupperware and military-surplus decon containers.

Regular

A regular size cache in a 50mm ammo can.

standard size ammo cans and Tupperware containers.

Large

5-gallon buckets and larger containers; examples include large ammo cans, trunks, and jeeps.

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