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.
Available in sets of 3, 6 or 9.
Also available with clear bottoms, click here.
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.
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De-Mess Your Cubes
Posted by Lord Has on 24th Mar 2018
This is for me a must have.
I can now spend more time with my family
Posted by Tretiak (bgg outcast) on 18th Oct 2017
Before acquiring the Eclipse Resource Trays from Broken Token, my life was a mess. I barely had any time for myself. Between work, taking the kids to swimming lessons and walking the dog, I often fell asleep while arranging the 9 sets of population cubes for the weekly Eclipse game. I used to line up the rows with the side of the rulebook, but as I was dozing off I would often mess it up. This usually also drew the attention of the family cat, who carefully took care of the rest.
But now I am a new man. Thanks to Broken Token's Eclipse Resource Trays, set-up time is fast and fun. Cubes fit in well and also have enough room to be picked up easily.
As they're bottomless, I can also remove them before play and have my friends think I arranged them by hand, just like before. However, I do keep them on when the cat is around. No more cube-golfing for him!
The trays have a very slightly bend, but that is not really noticeable during gameplay.
All it needs to be
Posted by Michael Kaplan on 18th Apr 2016
No frills here, but it does the job it needs to. Sturdy.
Must have upgrade for Eclipse
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2016
These work really good to keep the cubes organized. Does a great job of keeping the cubes in place. We played one game without these and it is a major hassle to keep the cubes straight. My only complaint is the holes are barely bigger then the size of the cubes, which makes it a little bit of a chore to get them setup. Once they are setup though, these trays are invaluable.
It is what it is!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Feb 2016
These are not storage trays to keep your resource cubes organized between games. They're templates to keep them organized during games, and they're very good for that purpose. Anyone who's played a few games of Eclipse knows how annoying it is when the table is bumped! The acrylic is nice and heavy, thick enough to keep the cubes from being knocked out easily.
The only keeping me from rating these a 5 is the price. True, you don't get much economy of scale out of niche plastic products like this, but it still seems a bit steep for what you get.
Works as intended
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2015
Nothing flashy here. Works great for keeping the cubes organized.
I decided to get a 6 pack of these ones because the only reason to get the ones with bottoms is if you're going to store the cubes in the trays. Well, I have the expansion pack which brings up the player count to 9, and I highly doubt that I'm ever going to have a game larger than 6. So instead of getting a 9 packs of trays w/ bottoms, I just got these instead and store the cubes normally.
Saves a lot of headaches
Posted by Hogarth on 3rd Jul 2015
One of the biggest problems I had playing Eclipse was the table being bumped and the resource cubes flying all over the place. This product saves me from that trouble and allows me to spend more time enjoying the game instead of trying to remember where my cubes used to be.
Works as advertised
Posted by Jason on 9th May 2015
It solves the dilemma of the population cubes getting knocked around the board. Works great
Does the trick
Posted by Ryan on 30th Mar 2015
Bit pricey, though.
Yep, it's a tray that holds population cubes
Posted by Tom on 10th Mar 2015
Quite simply it does what the player boards should have already done. It's good, and I can't see them breaking accidentally any time soon. Only downside is that it's fiddly to get some cubes in the middle track out between the other cubes, but then it was fiddly to do that anyway - with these, it means you won't bash all the other cubes out of the way while doing it. Ace.
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