+DARKSIDEDAN Posted November 20, 2021 Share Posted November 20, 2021 (edited) Found this Geocache Size Guide on another website and though I would share for anyone that is unsure about Cache sizes when hiding a cache. Micro: The most common cache size, a micro Geocache container contains only a small logbook. A Micro geocache is less than 100ml. A nano is an even smaller version, but is usually marked as Micro. Small: A small container is 100ml-1L in size. A small container can hold a pencil, a logbook, and small swag. Regular: The size of a Regular cache container ranges from 1L-20L. A regular cache container can hold a logbook, swag, and a pencil. These types of containers can also be used for TB Hotels. Large: A large cache container is the most rare of cache sizes. A large cache size is over 20L. Large cache containers can hold lots of swag, a logbook, and a pencil. These cache containers can also be used as TB Hotels. Virtual: A virtual cache container is usually a Virtual Cache or Earthcache types. Virtual cache do not have a physical container. Other: A cache with an Other marking says that that particular geocache does not fit in any of the categories above. Other cache containers may have unnatural shapes or are nanos. Edited November 20, 2021 by DARKSIDEDAN Quote Link to comment
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