Ive been using these now for a couple weeks, and need to get more. They come in really handy during games and when our models get into those massive melee combats in the center of the board. You know those the kind...  massive tar pits. I believe they look and work better than painting bases different colors (because you can't change out your base easily, but you can with the squad marks), and look surprisingly well for both you and your opponent.


Yea I know it's cheaper to paint, or use the transfers on the shoulder pads, but armies like Orks, Astra Militarum, Tryanids... all of us horde armies, these are a very clever way of marking your squads.

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Here is a snippet from the review done here on Faeit 212

Previously on Faeit 212
What Squad Marks does is add an easily recognizable bottom to the base of your miniature with side tabs to hold it in place and a very thin magnet underneath to help transfer your models around from table to table.

Even in terrain the squads become very easy to recognize as the models become mixed together. I based two example squads (my white shields and normal cadian squads) and put them into the terrain with a my Inquisitor character.



So yes, you simply paint the tabs and can put squad designation transfers onto the tabs if you are certain they will stay with that squad. The transfers for my Astra Militarum squad shoulder pads definitely fit on the tabs. So paint them up, add your squad designation (or not), and even your opponent can easily tell who belongs to who.

I really like how they work and look.
Super thin magnet removed from base. 
You can see from the image above just how thin these magnets are, reducing any large height increases to your miniature. These are plenty strong, and to test it, I put them on a tray to see just how well they hold when turned upside down.


Just how easy are these to put on your miniatures? Super easy, with a little click you can tell that the miniatures are locked into the base.

So assuming you had your squads all set up with Squad-Marks, and you needed to change a few models out? You do not glue your bases to the Squad-Marks as they simply slide in and out with a simple click.



The pros for these are very obvious, with huge benefits on the tabletop in identifying squads. You listening Tyranid and Ork players?, these are not just for Guardsmen and Imperial players.

I have been messing around with these off and on for the last few days and to be straight up, the only downfall I have found, is a few non-GW bases are slightly different in size. While they might appear they are same, a couple 25mm bases I had for my miniatures from Anvil Games did not fit well without a slight shaving of the base. I did get them to fit, but forcing them onto the Squad-Mark base can snap the tabs (I did that). The tabs are not flimsy, but forcing a base into it can damage the squad-mark tabs. Simply hold the tabs so they cant be forced out and then insert the base, shaving a little off the base if necessary. You'll note that in the videos using GW bases and models I did not have to do that.

The Squad-Marks are fantastic, and really hold onto the bases of your miniatures as they are designed to. The thin magnets along the bottom to hold onto metal trays is also an excellent feature.


With many different sizes available, these are up for pre-orders now.
https://www.squadmarks.com/

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