Clash Royale Chest Cycle Drop Order

Although it seems random, the chests you receive after a battle in Clash Royale actually follow a certain order. During training you get 6 wooden boxes, and thereafter the chests will fall in a cycle.

Order   Type
0          Silver
1          Silver
2          Silver
3          Gold
4          Silver
5          Silver
6          Gold
7          Silver
8          Silver
9          Silver
10        Silver
11        Magic
12        Silver
13        Silver
14        Gold
15        Silver
16        Silver
17        Silver
18        Gold
19        Silver
20        Silver
21        Silver
22        Silver
23        Gold
24        Silver
25        Gold
26        Silver
27        Silver
28        Silver
29        Silver
30        Gold
31        Silver
32        Silver
33        Silver
34        Silver
35        Gold
36        Silver
37        Silver
38        Gold
39        Silver
40        Silver
41        Silver
42        Silver
43        Gold
44        Silver
45        Silver
46        Gold
47        Silver
48        Silver
49        Silver
50        Silver
51        Giant
52        Silver
53        Silver
54        Gold
55        Silver
56        Silver
57        Silver
58        Gold
59        Silver
60        Silver
61        Silver
62        Silver
63        Gold
64        Silver
65        Gold
66        Silver
67        Silver
68        Silver
69        Silver
70        Gold
71        Silver
72        Silver
73        Silver
74        Silver
75        Gold
76        Silver
77        Silver
78        Gold
79        Silver
80        Silver
81        Silver
82        Silver
83        Magic
84        Silver
85        Silver
86        Gold
87        Silver
88        Silver
89        Silver
90        Silver
91        Gold
92        Silver
93        Silver
94        Gold
95        Silver
96        Silver
97        Silver
98        Gold
99        Silver
100      Silver
101      Silver
102      Silver
103      Gold
104      Silver
105      Gold
106      Silver
107      Silver
108      Silver
109      Silver
110      Gold
111      Silver
112      Silver
113      Silver
114      Silver
115      Gold
116      Silver
117      Silver
118      Gold
119      Silver
120      Silver
121      Silver
122      Silver
123      Gold
124      Silver
125      Silver
126      Gold
127      Silver
128      Silver
129      Silver
130      Silver
131      Magic
132      Silver
133      Silver
134      Gold
135      Silver
136      Silver
137      Silver
138      Gold
139      Silver
140      Silver
141      Silver
142      Silver
143      Gold
144      Silver
145      Gold
146      Silver
147      Silver
148      Silver
149      Silver
150      Gold
151      Silver
152      Silver
153      Silver
154      Silver
155      Gold
156      Silver
157      Silver
158      Giant
159      Silver
160      Silver
161      Silver
162      Silver
163      Gold
164      Silver
165      Silver
166      Gold
167      Silver
168      Silver
169      Silver
170      Silver
171      Gold
172      Silver
173      Silver
174      Gold
175      Silver
176      Silver
177      Silver
178      Gold
179      Silver
180      Silver
181      Silver
182      Silver
183      Gold
184      Silver
185      Gold
186      Silver
187      Silver
188      Silver
189      Silver
190      Giant
191      Silver
192      Silver
193      Silver
194      Silver
195      Gold
196      Silver
197      Silver
198      Gold
199      Silver
200      Silver
201      Silver
202      Silver
203      Magic
204      Silver
205      Silver
206      Gold
207      Silver
208      Silver
209      Silver
210      Silver
211      Gold
212      Silver
213      Silver
214      Gold
215      Silver
216      Silver
217      Silver
218      Gold
219      Silver
220      Silver
221      Silver
222      Silver
223      Gold
224      Silver
225      Gold
226      Silver
227      Silver
228      Silver
229      Silver
230      Giant
231      Silver
232      Silver
233      Silver
234      Silver
235      Gold
236      Silver
237      Silver
238      Gold
239      Silver
Once you reach the end of the cycle, it starts over. This is basically the clash royale chest drop order. There are a few apps that you can use to track your progress through three chest cycle, or you can do it manually.

What is a torque wrench?

If you’re an advanced do-it-yourselfer or just someone who wants to become more handy and independent at home and on the job, you’ve probably heard of the torque wrench and want to learn a bit more about it. While torque wrenches were invented by Conrad Bahr in 1918, unless you work in a field where they are commonly used, you’ve probably never even seen one, let alone had the opportunity to use one. You may only know about them in theory. But, as they are a highly practical tool that does have a significant applicational value, at least a basic understanding of torque wrenches is an important bit of knowledge to have in your arsenal, if you ever think you might need it.

Torque wrench basics

The torque wrench gets its name from its most basic function: It’s a wrench that measures torque. You may be asking why a wrench needs to be able to measure torque at all, but to answer that question, consider applications in which it’s important have proper tension on nuts and bolts, like plumbing. For any application where precise tension matters, you need to be able to measure it to ensure that the bolt is properly fastened—that’s where a good torque wrench comes in. A properly calibrated and standardized torque wrench will allow you to fine-tune the torque you’re applying to your nut or bolt to ensure the right level tension is applied.

Types of torque wrenches

There are several different types of torque wrenches; the more precise your needs are, the more accurate and standardized your torque wrench needs to be. For readability and practicality, this is an abbreviated overview of the most common torque wrench types you will come across. More—especially earlier generation—varieties exist.

  • Beam-type torque wrench: Conceived and invented by William Percy Chrysler in the late twenties, it capitalizes on Hooke’s Law for accuracy, by using two beams: A lever beam and an indicator beam. Though highly effective for basic use, it’s not recommended for precision application due to lack of standardization and the availability of preferable modern variations.
  • Click torque wrench: The click torque wrench uses a calibrated clutch system to preset torque. This gives the user more control than older torque wrench types. It’s also easier for folks to learn to use because you can both hear and see when desired torque is achieved.
  • Electronic torque wrenches: There are a few advantages to getting an electronic torque wrench. For one thing, there is the clear display (usually LED), which shows you exactly what’s happening. Secondly, specific torque values can be programmed as presets for specific applications, removing on-the-spot guesswork. Because of this, you, your boss, your clients—everyone involved in your work process knows exactly what settings were used so there can be no question that you completed the application using standardized procedure. Even better, it can be interfaced with your PC.
  • Click-electronic hybrid torque wrench (aka mechatronic torque wrench): This is a handy combination featuring all the benefits of both electronic and click torque wrenches.
  • Hydraulic torque wrenches: Hydraulic torque wrenches are used mainly in factories and other industrial settings both due to their extreme high torque capacities and the fact they tend to be more appropriate for larger applications as a result.