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AoS Crusader case for Seraphon?

Discussion in 'Seraphon Discussion' started by Dreamer74, Jun 5, 2018.

  1. Dreamer74
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    Not sure if right place, but I'm wondering as I have mixtures of cases filled with seraphon bits etc, and was wondering what your thoughts on a Crusader case, as I need to store 12 Rippers/90 skinks, 4 Stegadons and some carnos and Kroxs etc, and was thinking would it all fit in it without too much hassle or breakages?
     
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    I think you may be ok but might still need 2

     
  3. Dreamer74
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    I got one, so far I do have the battalion or w/e its called aswell plus a old case which stores most of the warriors I mainly just need the skinks etc now.
     
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    You should be fine then, it's something I need to look at as I have 4 cases atm, 3 have Seraphon in.
     
  5. Dreamer74
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    Just bought a Dread Saurian now, surprised how cheap it is.. not except for games that is.
     
  6. Ritual
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    I cannot advise enough NOT to buy a foam case. They're a complete pain in the arse for transporting models. Look into magnetic solutions instead.
     
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  7. Dreamer74
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    Sadly already got them, and I can work with the foam its mainly just for storage and the odd transport if I go by plane.
     
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    I have both and the magnetic solution is far easier than the form.
     
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    I find the foam good for storing models and keeping them clean in the case rather than sat in a drawer getting dusty.
     
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    Yeah got them sitting out on display in my barracks room, EOTG stegs etc the hard to store.
     
  11. Koriialstraz
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    Do you have any model for both solution ? That I can compare them.
     
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    Basically everything is in foam apart from flyers and behemoths they all have magnets stuck to the underside of the base then a magnetic sheet is glued into the bottom of a plastic container or use a steel container, biscuit tin etc.
     
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    Thanks ! Great idea the steel container !
     
  14. claymore36
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    What size magnets do you use? I've considered magnetising mine but can't find magnets thick enough for the bases.
     
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    You want them around 3mm thick, rare earth magnets range in sizes but the two I use the most are 5*3mm and 10*3mm
     
  16. ILKAIN
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    where you stationed?
     
  17. Dreamer74
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    New Zealand(nzdf), had a funny staff sgt admire all my models in a inspection
     
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  18. ILKAIN
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    American Military here lol, yeah my hobbies have always garnered me a few looks during GI and health and welfare
     
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    I'm a bit late to this conversation but this is my solution.

    IMG_20180712_140727.jpg IMG_20180712_140742.jpg IMG_20180712_140809.jpg


    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70198031/.

    As I'm Swedish I need to promote some IKEA hacks :).
    This is an quite inexpensive letter tray
    And then I just sew an case fore it.

    Glue some 3x2 round Rare earth magnets from ebay on the bases and done.

    Need to ad an pocket fore books to :).
     
  20. ILKAIN
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    I love this! did you make the bag yourself?
     
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