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As seen at ReaperCon




About this project


 Assembly Demo

 What does it hold? 


See the Reviews 

WarGamerGirl and Flo (Product Review): 

Gold Squadron Podcast (Ep. 11 01:01): "I REALLY like this product, 4 out 5 DeathStars" 

Radio TCX (Ep. 29 15:00) "For smallbase (X-Wing) ships their Awesome!" 


Robs Rogues (X-Case Spotlight)"This is REALLY, REALLY, pretty slick!"  

TableTopGamerDotCom (Miniatures Painting stream 27:23) 

The General's Tent: Find out a bit more on this interview between myself and Tyler Provick. 

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Funding Goal

Quick explanation of low funding goal. Its simple, with production planned to be underway prior to the campaign ending the XCase is getting produced win or lose and any backing we get will just be used to offset costs already incurred. If it exceeds our goal even better it will help with future costs and should we reach our first stretch goals it will obviously go to making those happen.

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52 minutes ago, terminalmancer said:

The biggest downside is that all of this plastic makes them heavy. But... they're also sturdy, so... it seems to work okay for me.


Thanks for posting that. Sturdiness was my one concern. In the photos they look a bit fragile. It's very nice to hear they're sturdy.


I'm planning to using these to hold minis I'm painting between sessions. I sometimes batch paint whole groups of figures, like sets of Z:BP zombies, and I often have to let them sit for a while when I can't paint. These look great for protecting them from dust while they wait. I won't be traveling with them so it's fine if they're a little heavy. Just don't want them to break. Sounds like these should be ideal. Backing for two at the moment. 

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1 minute ago, CorallineAlgae said:

These look great for protecting them from dust while they wait. I won't be traveling with them so it's fine if they're a little heavy. Just don't want them to break. Sounds like these should be ideal. Backing for two at the moment. 


Just as I'm talking you into getting these, I do want to sound a note of caution--there are a lot of holes in the cases. They probably won't do a great job at keeping out the dust without liberal applications of tape or something like it.

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Mine survived a one way trip from Texas to California in my luggage case. I also dropped my luggage while pulling it off the conveyor. It was placed on the top portion of the suitcase (near handle) with no protection above, to the side, nor the front. My sweater was behind it. I placed blister packages from Reaper inside to prevent bending. There were no scratches or cracks on the plastic case. A+

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I got the sample and saw the booth at Reapercon, but did not realize this is a kickstarter project.


I've used magnetic tape to transport minis in my car before and it works well.  Don't drop the case or ship things with this method though, as magnetic tape is not enough to keep them from popping off.



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