Popular Corridor Space Game 2009 Foam Kit
These custom trays fit perfectly inside the original cardboard box for the 2009 version of the Space Hulk board game. The first tray has room for all popular miniatures included in the game. The second tray has space available for gaming tools, tiles and counters.
Custom text is not available on this product.
Kit equals out to 3.5 total inches (89 mm) of foam.
Tray Dimensions - 16.5W x 11L" (419W x 279L mm)
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This storage solution is amazing to put everything inside the box.
This works great and lets you keep everything safe in the original box (Yes it all fits!). I would have given it 5 stars but my only con is that some of he Genestealers fit tight and their claws catch on the foam and this may tare up the foam over time, but very minor con. If you want to keep everything in the original box this is the way to do it!
Unfortunately, because of the increase in the number of pieces - not minis, but board pieces and such - for the 2014 edition of the "popular corridor space game" not everything fits back in the box when using this insert. Otherwise, I quite like it.
It s very nice product, but it is hard to fit all the miniatures in it without something that gives a clue... My suggestion is to add a small sticker that in the reverse of the top cover with all the miniatures position
This is a great product for store miniatures after having painted them. I really believe this will help keep the minis in good shape. One problem with this product, though, is that one particular alien does not fit into the foam without its hand sticking up too high. This makes me feel that the hand would break off if I were to put the lid on and stack anything on top of the game box. To remedy this, I cut a hole in the bottom of the foam tray for that specific alien's compartment, but it's still not ideal considering how much the foam tray cost. I've heard that others just don't glue that particular alien's arms in place so they can be taken off for storage, but mine were already glued before I came across the foam tray, so that wasn't an option for me.
I am very happy with the performance of my Space Hulk Battle Foam. Every minature has a custom fit spot to be protectected during storage and transport. The tray does an excellent job protecting the miniatures while still (barely) fitting into the original game box. My painted miniatures are each displayed clearly making selecting the needed miniatures for the game of the day quick and easy. One difficulty I originally had with the foam tray was determining which miniature went where. To solve this I added a small numbered sticker to the bottom of each miniature and a corresponding sticker to the bottom of each slot in the tray. That did the trick.
If you have the 3rd edition of this classic game, you MUST get THIS set (not the single tray version). While it is indeed a puzzle to figure out how to organize all of the game pieces into the two-chamber tray (not the fig tray), it is still well worth it to get this set as it holds everything in place and fits inside the box with no gap letting the cover come all the way to the bottom evenly. I am a huge fan of these types of customized foam trays and I will pretty much pick up one for every specialty miniatures game I own that BattleFoam will make!!!