Eclipse Resource Trays

SKU: TRA001
Eclipse Resource Trays
Eclipse Resource Trays
Eclipse Resource Trays

Eclipse Resource Trays

SKU: TRA001
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Tray Style
The Broken Token
Regular price $ 151.00
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Eclipse resource trays were designed to keep all of your resource cubes organized on the table.  No longer will you have to worry about someone bumping the table causing your cubes to go flying.

These overlays are available in sets of 3, 6 or 9; and with or without an acrylic bottom. Select options above.

This is a third-party accessory designed by The Broken Token.  All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with The Broken Token.

MADE IN THE USA


Customer Reviews

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Michael Mehl
Eclipse resource trays

A true value, and once set you don't have to worry about ruining your player board. Keeps everything organized and looking clean

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Denis Bazin
Must have for Eclipse: A New Dawn for the Galaxy

This overlay means no more accidentally scattered cubes. Aligns perfectly with the player mats and is very compact so it fits in the original box with the rest of the pieces. A must have for the 1st edition of Eclipse.

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Laura

These resource trays are perfect for ensuring that your cubes don’t go flying. I literally knocked them out of place 3 times the first time we played Eclipse and immediately went to Etsy to see if someone had a solution. My order was processed quickly and I received my order on the early side of the delivery estimate. The acrylic is clear and holds the cubes in place, but not so tightly that you can’t remove them when you need to. Highly recommend.

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Rick Smith
Excellent customer service fixed problem.

Hi all,
These acrylic trays arrived in soft packaging, and two of them were broken. I wrote to the people at the broken token, and they sent me replacements at once. Very good and courteous customer service.

The trays do exactly what they are supposed to do. Stopping free range population cubes at every bump or wobble of the table is great.

Warm regards, Rick.

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Mike B.
Thanks

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