Save money with an "oops" case! These discounted Dominion Engraved Wooden Artist Cases are the same as our WAC-DOM, just less-than-perfect, but are mechanically sound and will still keep your cards organized and safe in style! Imperfections may include dents, scuffs, scratches, poly finish issues, and imperfect joints.
The Broken Token is proud to introduce our officially-licensed Dominion storage solution.
This custom wooden case is beautifully engraved with the Dominion logo and stained with a rich Mahogany gel-stain for increased contrast. We install dual elastic straps in the lid to hold all of your manuals.
NOTE: Due to new regulations in California, we have modified the finish from a high-gloss polyurethane to a semi-gloss lacquer. This will offer the same level of protection but will not have the same gloss level of previous cases.
This case includes our ORG010 organizer with 6 rows of card storage and 24 adjustable dividers.
- Pre-assembled dominion organizer set with adjustable dividers
- Elastic straps to hold manuals
- Custom engraved and stained Dominion logo on the top of the case
Internal Size: 15.5" Wide, 12" Deep, 4.25" Tall
External Size: 16.5" Wide, 13" Deep, 4.5" Tall
Note: Tabbed dividers and Dominion cards pictured are not included.
Visit SpielGeek for a set of quality Dominion dividers at http://www.spielgeek.com/
Or, print and cut your own using Sumpfork's Tab Generator located at http://sandflea.org/.
This is an officially licensed product by Rio Grande Games.
|Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.|
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Finally a storage solution that works!
Posted by Scott Huddleston on 23rd Jan 2017
The "oops" case looked to be near perfect condition for me. I can't see what was oops about it! This storage solution, together with spielgeek dividers, is the answer to my dominion prayers. Not big enough for every single thing if you have a complete collection, but big enough for all actions and basic cards. (I keep extra basic cards in another box, with most of the playmats - they just don't fit). I think I can even take on another full expansion without much trouble. It is a sturdy case, but very heavy when filled. I suggest removing the flimsy leather handle to insure nobody ever tries to lift it that way. Two hands on the box! It is heavy! (not the box, the cards....) Anyway, if you are on the fence, stop thinking. You will not find anything better. This works *great*.
RESPONSE: Thanks for the awesome review and helpful tips!! It does get weighty when filled!
Posted by Happy Dominion Player on 19th Jan 2017
I bought one of the non-Oops Dominion card boxes a while ago, but then outgrew it when I added all of the expansions. For the second box, I figured I'd save some money. I'm glad I did because the "Oops" part of this product was a small, barely noticeable chip on the top of the box. If I wasn't looking for a reason why this was sold as an "oops" product, I never would have noticed it.
Meanwhile, these card boxes are wonderful! Set-up and strike time is so much easier with these products than using the boxes the games come in. I didn't give it 5 stars only because it would be nice if it came with a smaller divided box for storing the coin and victory point tokens, or maybe just some dividers without the arches, so you could make a little cordoned off area for the tokens.
Overall, a great product~
RESPONSE: Thanks for the great review and feedback. We are looking at a possible bits box designed for this kit. In the meantime the bits boxes we do sell will fit and might solve your token concern!
The Price Is Right
Posted by Amanda on 22nd Aug 2016
The case I received was very nice - any defects it had were of a level that I (not being a person that into detail) would notice. So if you're not an eagle eye this one is just as nice as the primary one.
Only thing I wished was that it had a better solution for the coins/widgets of the dominion expansions. The dividers have gaps at the bottom so any flat coin like objects tend to try and slide away/beneath things if you place them in directly. My solution was to just put such parts in little plastic baggies, and then tuck the baggies in a spot near the expansion they go with ... which then kinda detracts from the nice clean look of all the cards nicely sorted inside. Not the end of the world though, still 5 star nice gift to me
Could use some more Dominion-specific customization
Posted by Justin C Swanson on 2nd Aug 2016
Overall I am happy with the case. I think it would be a perfect buy if it came prepped to actually contain Dominion cards for end use. The stock dividers don't serve Dominion well, and so you're forced to make your own card dividers. Broken Token knows you need them (they show some dividers in the pictures), but they're not included or even sold on Broken Token. The box is not too useful without those, so be prepared to sink some extra craft money/time on that.
Other gripes would include a poor elastic band setup on the lid-side. The bands weren't taught enough to hold the instructions when they were still attached, they sagged which made them non-ideal... and then they just fell out.
Overall, after making some of my own card dividers, this case seems great so far. Do not regret buying it. My only scare going forward will be whether it actually fits ALL the expansions with card sleeves, and is able to contain them with all their weight. Time will tell, haha.
Oops Dominion case.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2016
Really thrilled with this case. I was a bit worried it wouldn't fit my whole Dominion collection bUT it does work room to spare. The case looks great... the "oops" appears to be a small scuff on the bottom, which is hardly noticeable.
Posted by Lewis Murray on 27th Jun 2016
I will give this box some wear for sure. That includes some minor scratches, scuffs, and worn corners. Save $10 or so by buying the "Oops" as mine only had a minor scratch on the front of box. The box is certainly usable and the irregularity by no means affects use.
Flimsy and cheap-looking
Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2015
The case was in very good shape, inspite of being an "oops", but I was really surprised by the low quality of the case itself. Thin wood, snd flimsy construction. This is very expensive for the level of quality. To be fair, this was a gift, and my son loves it.
Very nice case, noticeable dents
Posted by Pierre-Adrien BEAUPLET on 5th Aug 2015
Obviously, I knew that the case would have minor imperfections. Still, I believe the previous reviewer, CdC, was luckier than me, because it took me much less than a week to notice the 'Oops' part: the top of the case has two noticeable dents. It still looks fine, and I'm satisfied with it.
I'm slightly more concerned about the solidity of the case itself. The upper part has a tendendy to come apart. I will try to fix it with some wood glue. Additionally, one of the clasps seems to be dangerously loose.
On a side note, I own a wooden Dominion card holder by e-Raptor. It doesn't fit inside the case, but not by much. Cutting off the small wooden tabs on the sides would be enough for the whole card holder to fit inside the case. It would mean a loss in functionality, but I thought I would mention it if anybody is interested.
BrokenToken obviously has high standards
Posted by CdC on 4th Jul 2015
This is as much a review of Broken Token's dedication to quality as it is of the case I purchased. I opted for the "Oops" version of the Dominion case figuring that any imperfection would rapidly be exceeded by my own personal bumps and bangs added over the course of time and boy was I right. I believe that I may have (after a week) found the imperfection that qualified this case as an Oops and it is the tiniest mark that, as I suspected, is far less than an average "bang against the shelf" ding.