Chronoscope Bones: Telephone Box

Chronoscope Bones: Telephone Box

Product #RPR80037

Regular Price: $4.99

Special Price: $4.09

5 In stock

Manufacturer: Reaper

Chronoscope is designed to be versatile and flexible. It includes cowboys, sci-fi soldiers, superheroes and everything in between! These figures are perfect for just about any game you may have going on as well any other projects that will require highly detailed miniatures!


The Bones material is a polymer plastic. It is light-weight and slightly flexible, and is very durable. You can paint a Bones figure straight out of the package, and that paint job will also be pretty durable. Bones figures are as detailed as metal figures, for a much lower cost. Bones miniatures are produced with integral (built-in) bases, but it is easy to cut the miniature off of the base if you prefer to put it on something else. It is also easy to cut the figures apart to convert them into different poses or change weapons.


Details:

25mm Heroic Scale Fantasy Miniatures

Integral Bases

Polymer Models


Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.



 

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Great Time Lord Fun.
This is a great addition to your collection be it that you are playing the old FASA Doctor Who, Time Lord or other adventures that you wish to add a bit of Brit flash.
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Review by Eric on 2/26/2016
Come on!! You have to! It's a Tardis!!
This is a telephone booth/tardis scaled to fit with 25mm miniatures perfectly. Add a little unique flair to your battlefields, maybe even paint it blue.
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Review by ZimZam on 10/15/2015
A great for any whovians or time lords in training.
Ok, yes this does look like the TARDIS, I will be the first to admit to it. But if you are playing a campaign set in the UK, this will pass as a phone box or you could customize it to reflect a phone booth from there with the right paint job.
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Review by Nick on 10/5/2015
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