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Flames of war carry case

The main reason to use Flames of war case is to keep your miniatures together, safe, clean and always ready for a war game. All the models are dedicated to take part in war games, be collected by their completists or traded on the market. The war games became quite advanced so they require a lot of preparation, dedication, strategic thinking and focus because the armies can easily get defeated what will result in place dropping in the ranks.

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All over the world, many tournaments are being organized in order to make an excellent show and gather together the best players or fans. Moreover, there are many war games available to evolve your interest in the wargames. The main manufacturer of the battle games is a company called Games Workshop that has headquarters in Great Britain. Moreover, it is listed on the London Stock Exchange. The products happened to become not just miniature figures, but they turned into a movement that gathers around people who are passionate about the games, the atmosphere and the good vibes of the enthusiasts sharing the same kind of fun. This kind of hobby has become beloved not only in England, but it has also been spread across the world. Every year, the number of Flames of war’s enthusiasts steadily increase. There are several rules that you have to getto know before your first wargame. Obviously, every miniature figure has its abilities and limits in actions when fighting on a war. Every enthusiast is allowed to have as many miniatures as they wish to. The item itself and shipping price of each item will vary depending on the country and store. Be aware that the models are hand-painted and people, who are in charge of it, put a lot of dedication and heart to make them look unique. Thus, the miniature figures are to be carried and transported in a unique way.

We are sure that your citadel miniatures collection will not encounter terrible accidents crushing your beloved miniatures on the gaming table. We’ve put a lot of effort and research into making the case as comfortable as possible to transport, with ergonomically-designed handles for maximum grip.

Flames of war carry case​

What is a Flames of war miniature carry case?

It is a especially designed case that has been created to meet the requirements of every miniatures’ owner. The more time they have been interested in wargaming, the more figures they probably have. By having a larger amount of minis, hobbyists face many difficulties in regard of ways of transportation and carrying all the their army. Therefore, plenty of the producing companies came up with an idea of creating a special case that would solve the problem. A Flames of war carry case should meet specific criteria concerning the safety of the items. Most of them are equipped with foam trays that protect the miniature figures from damages and scratches. The dimensions of the bag should be tailored into the figure’s inches. The foam trays ought to be shaped in a way to prevent the models from moving or sliding. At first sight, all the cases may look similar if not the same to a new completist, although with time, the differences should be quite visible. Case manufacturers offer a wide range of carry bags. Every potential client is able to find one that will meet their requirements. Nonetheless, you must be aware of price and shipping differences, depending on the provider and the distance of shipment.

Why should you choose A-case the army kit bag?

We have had many years of experience in producing these miniature carry bags. Each of them is different and fits different needs, depending on the objective that clients want to achieve. The carry cases are not heavy, but the biggest feature is a magnetic system that makes your miniatures stay in one place. Due to thatt, we minimise the risk of unpredictable moving or sliding. With our miniature carrying bags, it is easy to transport and store your miniatures. All the more, due to the magnetic system, you can place your figures upside down regarding the metal tray. That means you are able to fit even more miniatures in one bag. Our A-series contains 3 types of miniature cases, so every war enthusiast will get satisfied.

What are the key features? Two of them are able to carry up to 360 miniatures and the third case carries up to 240 and it is dedicated to smaller armies. They are named “A-Case Plus”, “A-Case Hermes 2.0”, and “A-Case Victory”. Our online store also offers complementary products, such as magnet pack, brushes and tools roll bag, and IKEA detolf additional shelves.

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All our Flames of war cases are made from high quality materials that will serve your needs throughout the years. The high quality cases for Flames of war miniature figures (and not only) are proven by the positive reviews that we have received from our clients so far. The light weight design was the final idea incorporated in the figure cases. Additionally, you can personalize and choose the color of your miniatures carry bag, however, the steel frame and the tray designs always come in black. We ensure free worldwide shipping.

When should you use an A-case?

You can use an A-Case regardless the weather conditions. They are water resistant, so you can carry your miniatures even during rainy time. Moreover, it is allowed to travel with them when flying and they can be classified as luggage by airport staff. The case frames are solid and stable, so they can successfully be transported in a car. The design of the carry bags makes it feel comfortable to carry them. In case you need some additional trays, you can order them in our store.

Our mission is to make your experience with A-Case possibly the most satisfying. We strongly encourage you to count on our innovative solutions and accredit our experience in the miniature case development.

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