Top-notch game trays
Our trays are made of thick transparent plastic and they are dedicated to the storage of board game components.
This is Standard Tray but with no lid.
Our trays have the advantage that they fit together when we put one on top of the other (the bottom one without the lid, of course). If there is some space in the bottom tray, this connection is very durable and nothing will fall out of it. In this way, you can combine multiple standard trays together. The last tray at the bottom, can be standard low tray. The advantage of this solution is the price, because the trays without lids are cheaper!
Dimensions of the tray and lid:
- Height (tray): 16 mm (0.63 inches);
- Depth inside (the compartment height): 14 mm (0.55 inches);
- Length (tray): 288 mm (11.34 inches);
- Width (tray): 212 mm (8.35 inches);
- Compartment size: 49 x 45 mm (1.93 x 1.77 inches);
- Compartments quantity: x20
- Weight: 50 grams
Thicker 15mm trays
You can choose the 25% thicker tray. It is perfect everywhere we store a lot of heavy parts, e.g. wooden blocks for war games.
Unfortunately, it will not be suitable for those titles in which we connect the trays without lids and we want to do it with as much “squeeze” as possible. The new trays fit into each other to a depth of 2mm less. In some games connected in this way, there are 4-6 trays and this 2mm difference cause the lid of the box will not close fully.
Trays are perfect to store track tiles and wooden/cardboard tokens from 18xx games. The compartment size is so large that you can put tracks from every 18xx. Even the ones from 1846 GMT version where the tracks were monstrous in size and thickness.
This tray is dedicated to storage standard track tiles from 18xx games (1830, 1844, 1846, 1856, 18Chesapeake, 18DO, and many many more….).
Our offer of trays is systematically growing, so in our shop you can find a perfect storage solution not only to 18xx games.
Check out the gallery with examples of how to use our trays:
18DO with our trays: https://www.railsonboards.com/2021/06/28/18do-with-our-trays/
1846 with our trays: https://www.railsonboards.com/2021/04/09/1846-with-our-trays/
1822 with our trays: https://www.railsonboards.com/2021/04/17/1822-with-our-trays/
List of all 18xx games with the trays quantity: https://www.railsonboards.com/2020/07/30/18xx-plastic-game-trays/