This case is awesome
My wife got me this case for an anniversary present and I’m really enjoying it. I travel a lot for work and have limited space, so the case solves a lot of problems for me.
It's bigger on the inside!
I'll admit, that $200 price point had me more than a little gun-shy but between having to tear down my current painting set up to do anything else and a bit of bonus scratch I decided to pull the trigger. Hooboy, am I glad I did. The case is much larger than it seems like it would be, and because of that there's actually a pretty crazy amount of storage space even beyond all the room for paint. I've fit all my paints, brush case, hobby knife case, wow-stick case, spare pallete, painting handle, basing medium, glue, and still have a ton of free space for anything else that might be needed in the future. Construction is solid, zippers are heavy duty, my only "complaints" are the cutting mat being a separate purchase, said mat only being held in by friction (usually not a problem, but I have had it come loose while closing up), and the actual work surface could stand to be a bit bigger. I'd gladly lose some of the paint slots for a larger cutting mat. So yeah. Turns out $200 very well spent. Add to that the best paints in the biz, what more could you want?
This station is perfect
This bag and paint station has enough room for everything I would need to paint somewhere else. I really can say this is one of my essential items. The only downside is eventually I will have to choose which Monument paints get to go with me.
A hobby bag on the go.
I work construction as a superintendent so that requires moving around quite a bit during the season. This bag holds most of the major stuff and it’s really tough. I use a rigid rolling toolbox to carry around the air compressor and other things that just didn’t fit with everything else I stuffed in the bag. I own most of the monument paints, even after adding all those and the Army painter speed paints there was still some room to add more. As a bonus for those on the road… get a husky double sided organizer. I use that to hold the regular troops when they are fresh off the sprue. Then when I build them I just use double sided foam to stick their bases (or whatever I’ve paper-clipped with a bottle cap) put that in a strong plastic container and it’ll wait until it’s time. Normally I’m out for 2 weeks at a time before going home to transfer bits. The bag makes it really nice to keep the main stuff with you. Only real negative I have is I wish I could fit more under the paint. I love the space I get but dude, if that was taller I could almost cut out another tool box. (Make an attachment that acts like a second storage for the bag, preferably under the bag. It’s wide enough. I’ll buy that too!) If you read this far you might as well add it to the cart. You know it’s good. I know it’s good. Jason knows it’s good. It’s good.