Topside Minis Releases its Coral Sea Naval Set

By Polar_Bear
In Historical
Nov 6th, 2012
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Topside Minis has their new Coral Sea naval set available over on their website.

From the release:

The first of the Historical Battle sets has been released by Topside Minis. The WWII based Coral Sea Battle Set contains 118 units that were present at the Battle of Coral Sea in May of 1942.

These naval miniature accessories contain great detail, are individually unique, and very affordable. Future sets planned include Midway, Atlantic, and Jutland.

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  • cama

    $60 is a lot of money for what is on offer, but still a lot cheaper than buying all the minis needed. I suppose it provides an interesting, if somewhat expensive, jumping off point.

    • Grindar

      it’s wooden bases with pictures on it. For a bit more, you can get it all in 1:6000, this is a waste.

      • Lemminkaeinen

        118 units? That would probably be a bit more than a bit more…

        • topsideminis

          Thanks for commenting on our new product. We look forward to your input in order to improve it for the gaming community. We source our materials here in the USA even though there are much cheaper options elsewhere. Even with that choice, this is still the most affordable option for a newbie, about half the price of even 1:6000 set of the same units. Plus there is no painting, the base is included, and the unit is clearly marked.

          We love the minis companies that are out there, we have 1500+ of A&A minis set we use for a ping pong table sized map for our A&A game. Our company goal is to provide a product that will expand the hobby not cannibalize it and I think this product fits that goal. Thanks again for the input and please feel free to contact us through our site http://www.topsideminis.com

          John

  • topsideminis

    Thanks for commenting on our new product. We look forward to your input in order to improve it for the gaming community. We source our materials here in the USA even though there are much cheaper options elsewhere. Even with that choice, this is still the most affordable option for a newbie, about half the price of even 1:6000 set of the same units. Plus there is no painting, the base is included, and the unit is clearly marked.

    We love the minis companies that are out there, we have 1500+ of A&A minis set we use for a ping pong table sized map for our A&A game. Our company goal is to provide a product that will expand the hobby not cannibalize it and I think this product fits that goal. Thanks again for the input and please feel free to contact us through our site http://www.topsideminis.com

    John