Long Bits Box for Sleeved Card Game Organizer
This bits box was designed to occupy the center row of our Sleeved Card Game Organizer (ORG006). Perfect for storing your game tokens and other small items.
This is a full-length bits box with 7 adjustable dividers for lots of configuration options. Also includes a removable lid to keep your tokens secure.
For a smaller version of this box, see our Short Bits Box for Sleeved Card Game Organizer (ACC004).
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately).
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.
Great! It's removable AND low calorie!
Okay, I honestly don't know about the calorie count, but this is perfect for storing and accessing tokens for Netrunner. It obviously works well for the LCG-BO2 "Sleeved Card Game Organizer" for Netrunner as well. I really love that it can be easily removed from the big box organizer and used on its own.
Easy, and efficient
by Miguel Guerin
I was looking for a box to hold all the little tokens from Sentinels of the Multiverse (base game) and this one not only fit GREAT in the box I was also able to fit all the tokens on it/ I place the bit box in 1/2 side of the box and all the game cards on the other 1/2. Boy headaches erased by this bit box!
Belongs in a box
I have another storage solution for my LCG and bought this as a way to carry around just the tokens. This organizer was designed to be put into an LCG box and won't hold together without wood glue. The material is nice though.
Sorted lots of pieces
Good quality, easy to assemble. Used wood glue to hold it together. At times a rubber mallet was helpful to get everything tight. Used two of these and I could store all of the pieces for Flashpoint and all of its expansions.
Best reason for getting the LCG
Several companies sell inserts for LCG boxes that are similar in design. Broken Token makes theirs the best by offering these nifty boxes which fit in the center lane (the one too narrow for normal card storage). This gives you a bit box that fits well and looks nice.
If you still want to store cards sideways in the middle, they also offer a shorter option that leaves enough space for one sideways segment.
These boxes are sturdy, easy to assemble, come with lots of dividers, and have a neat closing mechanism which at first appears scary but in practice makes it easy to -- in one smooth motion guaranteed to intimidate your opponent -- lift it from the box, set on the table, and easily remove the lid.
It's nice. If you want an LCG insert from anywhere, get the one from here and get this thing. (Or the short one. Your choice.)
great boxes for token storage
I bought two of these for Star Wars x wing and Star Wars imperial assault. They worked out perfectly and I have a place to store all my tokens for both games.
Great token organizer!
I bought this tray to organize the tokens in a board game Im creating. The tray is very well made, easy to assemble, and affordable. It works perfectly and allows for the separation of up to 8 different types of tokens. You could also use the tray to separate decks of cards. I also purchased the smaller version, which allows for the separation of 6 items instead of 8, and Im happy with it too. The Broken Token makes very high quality products. A+++++
Great for Eldritch Horror
I'm using one of these for all the small tokens from Eldritch Horror. Works great.
Really Nice Organizer for Netrunner Tokens
by Bradford Taylor
I really like this product for use with Netrunner. I use it to store the tokens in a core box with the sleeved organizer. I like the way the lid slides on and off. The wood is a good Birch (I think) that is finely sanded. It's light but sturdy for it's weight (it is NOT balsa wood like what those flimsey hobby planes are made of).
The only improvement that could be made is that a couple of corner joints were a little lose. I used wood glue to ensure it wouldn't come a part (quick and easy to slide a dab of glue in the corners while assembled and pick up the excess with a wet paper towel). I can understand the need for this with assembled wood pieces.
Long Bits Box
by Paul Rebeles
I purchased this for a coin box for my upgraded Powergrid set I am creating. Works perfectly to hold coins and markers.
Simple Box to Hold Bits
Bought this to go with my sleeved card game organizer. It does exactly what it says it will. Not really much more to say about it. If you need extra bits storage this does the trick!
Wonderful for a lot of reasons
I have 4 of these, 1 for netrunner one for arkham horror cg, two for armada
all of them are good, but the most recent one i got fits uncomfortably loose compared to the others. i ended up using a bit of wood glue and it looks and feels great, as good as the others.
I use them to organize tokens and mini cards and for armada for full size and oversize cards too
by Michael Webb
I currently have two of these long bits boxes. Both I use with the sleeved card game organizer. I use it for Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn and Netrunner.
In Ashes: I placed all the dice from 1 copy of the base game as well as all the tokens. That filled it up, so if I got more dice, I'd have to find another place to store them. It works perfectly for that game and makes sorting everything a breeze.
In Netrunner: I placed all the tokens and again it's wonderful. I doubled up some tokens in some of the bin slots because I also have a few acryllic counters to go with it, but it's a great solution. Highly Recommended!
The one thing I'd change is for an ability to lock the top of the bit box in place in case I used it outside of the center tray of the sleeved card game organizer.
Perfect laser cutting!
I bought two of these long bits boxes for our Darkhorse board game. They fit perfectly in the original box with a nice 'channel' down the middle for the larger pieces (see BGG entry from the game designer for photos).
The laser cutting is absolutely PERFECT. The parts fit together with just a little smack from a rubber mallet. So good that I question whether you need any glue. I did use thin CA (super glue) after assembly wicked into the joints to make sure though.
I am very pleased with the quality of this product and recommend it HIGHLY. I'll be looking to buy more products from Broken Token in the future.