For the original poster, you could find either long tubes (or squares as in the original link) at hobby lobby or one of those stores and glue them together. Should be very inexpensive and take all of 5 minutes.
That said, I do not like any of these options. There has to be a better way.
The Wapsi ones are numbered so you can keep track of what material is in which bin but you need a paper, book, or digital note that is up to date and easily accessible when needed to match up the number to the material. With these other options, the dubbing names and colors are not easily matched with what's in the bin.
This is a huge problem because I never remember which color is which, which dubbing is made of what material, which are for dries and which for nymphs, etc. I have tried several options but nothing works. Instead I leave them in packages, put them into a drawer, and rifle through looking for what I need as needed. Not ideal for me, let alone for someone with 100s of dubbing packages.
If you have enough room, then it seems like pegboard and hooks, or something similar, would work well. If you have wood lying around and enough room to have them sitting somewhere, then what I did for my hooks might work (and be cheap and easy):
I'm still on the hunt for an ideal dubbing holder/dispenser that doesn't require me to have a separate lookup table or mechanism.