Paint Transports are great for transporting your paints to a friends house for a painting session, to a convention or just moving them from one room to another in your house. They are also great for storing your paints when you are not using them. Paint Transports are stackable so you can stack as many as you like together.
This is exactly like our Tank Transport for 285th scale vehicles except it is exactly three times as tall (inside height 3.48") and it includes an insert inside with 53 holes for Vallejo paints and other paints that use the same 26mm diameter paint dropper bottles.
Fully compatible with our Tank Transport line of products.
This transport box assembles exactly like the "Tank Transports", the instructional video below will show you how to assemble this Paint Transport box using a Tank Trasport as an example.
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I use this paint caddy and a GameCraft Brush Caddy when I go to a painting session at a friend’s house or the local hobby shop. It is just such a handy item for a hobbyist. You can tell it was designed by someone who actively participates in and supports our hobby. The parts fit together perfectly and I assembled it without any problems.
like a bonehead i also put the side pieces wrong, pffft who needs to follow instructions. well? it seemed i had to. for those that get this, put the outer side pieces tab up
Like a bonehead I assembled mine the wrong way, so the lid doesn't work, but still a great item. Cheap, stackable, and holds plenty of paints. Very sturdy, even when you build it incorrectly and stack it 5 high. Well thought out product. A+
Great design even if I did put my first one together wrong so it won't stack. Can still use it to store paints in. Got two more and the lid and they stack fairly well even with my bone head way of putting them together. Decent price, I wish some other companies had pricing like this, although I thought the lid was a little on the steep side.
Mostly simple to put together but I did put the sides on wrong. Wish there had been actual instructions. (note from GCmini: there is an online video tutorial that takes you through every step of the assembly and offers some good suggestions to help you make a perfect piece)