Warlord Games has two new paint racks that are designed to appeal to new and veteran painters. Let’s take a look at what these racks have to offer!
Aside from great games, Warlord Games also offers a range of paints, hobby tools, and accessories. Their latest accessories are two new paint racks which will appeal to those painters just starting out or veteran painters who have far too many paint pots and not enough room. Each rack is made from laser cut MDF and is designed to hold a wide selection of different paint brand pots and bottles. One rack will hold a total of 30 paints and have two rows open for storing hobby tools, while the other rack can hold 70 paints. Both racks have side tidies attached to the side that can hold brushes, sculpting tools, and more.
Able to hold over 70 pots of paint (or basing materials, glues, etc), it keeps everything all in one place – no more searching all over for that one elusive paint pot!
Every gamer needs somewhere to store their paints for ease of access and this laser-cut MDF paint rack has been specially designed by Sarissa Precision to hold all popular paint bottle sizes such as Army Painter, Vallejo, Citadel and Tamiya.
The two optional side tidies will fit at least twelve brushes, sculpting tools or other utensils.
The dimensions are:
- Height: 295mm
- Width: 308mm
- Depth: 210mm
If you’re starting out or adding to your collection then this 30 pot paint rack is for you!
It can comfortably hold up to 30 pots with two rows still being able for other useful hobby tools! Additionally on the sides are two holders capable of holding your paint brushes, glues, knifes and so forth. It has a large compartment on the top which can be used for generally anything!.
The dimensions are:
- Height: 190mm
- Width: 350mm
- Depth: 200mm
These paint racks are temporarily out of stock due to the holiday sale. You can have Warlord Games notify you via e-mail when they become available.
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