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POLL: 15mm Plastics... Any Viability?


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Omemin Inactive Member writes:

Another selling point for me would the ability to modify figures as needed, which is far easier with plastic.

For my man-to-man rules where a player will only run one to three men, that is a real consideration.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes, I would be interested
248
50%
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no, I would not be interested
103
21%
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not sure
78
16%
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I'm not interested in 15mm
68
14%
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Uesugi Kenshin Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member wonders...

1:72 have obviously always been a niche product for wargaming. More recently, 28mm plastics have been a wild success, offering a good selection of products at often sizable savings in price over the same-sized lead figures.

15mm plastics would likely run very close to their metal counterpart in price, and would (most likely) not offer the multi-pose option available in 28mm plastics. Still, at least one company has already started offering up WWII plastics in 15mm.

So, if a company offered to make your favorite period in 15mm plastics, would you be interested to any degree?