(Imperial Knight) 2 Imperial Knight Foam Tray (BFL)
This tray will hold two Imperial Knights. Pluck foam areas are available where the arms are positioned on the model. This allows you to customize the fit for your specific model. This tray will also hold one Rhino and has seven slots for troops or special characters.
Custom text is not available on this product.
7 inch (178 mm) thick tray with 1x 4 3/4 x 3 1/2 inch (121 x 88 mm) cut out, 4x 2 x 1 1/2 inch (50 x 38 mm) cut outs, 1x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inch (38 x 38 mm) cut out and 2x 1 1/4 x 3/4 inch (32 x 19 mm) cut outs.
Tray Dimensions - 15.5W x 12L x 7.25H" (394W x 305L x 184H mm)
Also available in 7.5, 8, 8.5 and 9 inches thick tray.
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This tray is great if you model all your Knights the standard way facing forward. I modelled my Crusader with one of his legs more forward than the other and the pluck foam sections couldn't accommodate it without me cutting up the foam a bit. Also as stated by others, the tray is very tight around the base so be careful how you grab your Knights when putting it away or taking it out. I accidentally pulled one of the small eagle pieces off. Easy fix but be mindful.
It would be nice to have a half width option for just one knight and then you can stack other smaller trays next to it in a large foam bag.
The pluck foam was great for custom-shaping the slot for my knights, and I was able to use the rectangular inserts to store my knights' magnetized weapon options. However, the bases fit very, very snugly into their holes, and my knights were yanked around a lot trying to get them back out. Also, the chainswords on both of my knights were modelled too low, and didn't fit in the foam without me having to cut into the second layer, beneath the pluck foam.
Excellent product, does exactly what it needs to do. Pull and pluck foam allow for multiple poses of the arms. The only reason this is a 4 instead of a 5 is that the bottom of the tray is a little tight for the knight base to fit.
This tray works for the model and the ability to adjust the foam where the arms are is nice. The problem I had was the base of the model catching the space where the two foam sheets are glued together. I understand there is not a seven inch plus foam tray it just is not quite perfect like the other foams trays I have recieved. Still useful and worth it to protect your models.
Excellent fit!! A little tight at the bottom where the base sits but otherwise a great product. The pluck foam around the top half is super great for your posed models!
This is basically two trays glued on top of each other, with only the oval cuts going all the way through. The PnP only covers the top half but covers enough area to handle most arm configurations. I have to assume that many folks will leave the arms and waist joints mobile, which may make the PnP slightly wasted. However if one anticipates upgrade kits and some cannon bashing, then the configuration SHOULD by rights handle most anything you come up with. The Rhino slot is basic, gives you just enough space for 1 sans extensions. The other slots are good for those tall and odd bits and bobs I almost wish the cut slots go all the way through, for the really tall things or to vertically pack a Rhino with a different configuration. But I gave 4 stars because while this is a nice configuration, there is always room for improvement. In this case I'd say it'd be reasonable to modify the design to carry 3 Imp Knights, which works with the 3/6 unit/army count. Probably could get 4 in there if you overlap space for arms...