Portable Warfare have added a new gaming storage case to their range of gaming accessories.
From their announcement:
Portable Warfare, an innovator in organization solutions for tabletop gamers and modelers, today introduced a new case to protect and transport tabletop gaming miniatures, rule books and other gaming accessories.
The new Sergeant line, with prices starting under $40, offers sleek designs and secure construction to ensure valued gaming equipment stays safe while looking polished. Each bag provides full-featured functionality: rugged exteriors designed to survive the elements and tests of travel, and smartly-designed zippers for fast access. Optional customizable pick-and-pluck foam trays store a variety of miniatures. This collection is perfect for the miniature gaming enthusiast seeking appealing cases that provide quick access and protection.
With a variety of gamer-friendly pockets and pouches, the Sergeant collection comes in Army Green, Gun Metal Gray and Chaos Pink and can be purchased with or without Blü foam.
“Thought by most gamers to be the finest trays in the industry, Blü foam trays are built with the same philosophy as Portable Warfare products,” said Chris Strecker, CEO of Portable Warfare. “It’s all about the gamer.”
When used, in soft sided miniature cases like the Sergeant, the distinctive blue padding gives the overall tray plenty of firmness to support heavy metal miniatures, but is also soft enough to offer optimum protection. Blü foam rounded corners fit well and are easily removable.
“Understanding the needs of real gamers is critical in developing innovative, high-quality organization solutions,” said Strecker. “As gamers ourselves, we understand that cases must be affordable, functional, durable, and visually appealing. We do extensive field testing in a real gaming environment with active gamers before a product gets the Portable Warfare seal of approval.”.