The Land Station for Magic: The Gathering has all your basic land sorting and deck-building needs covered! Five satin finish trays are labeled with mana symbols for easy organization and visual recognition. Each tray holds 100 or more cards and sits securely in a solid base. This is a must-have for any MTG drafting or deck-building space, both in-store and at home!
- Officially Licensed Basic Land Station for Magic: The Gathering
- Includes 5 removable and rearrangeable satin finish trays with mana symbols
- Each tray holds 100+ cards
- Solid base station holds all trays for secure storage and transport
- Displays land cards and makes sorting, drafting, and deck-building easier
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- satin finish
Bought this as a Christmas gift for my husband. High quality. Great gift for any MTG fan. Came quickly and exactly as described.
Great land storage for the price.
The land station is a stylish, yet affordable way to keep lands organized for either draft, or just constructed deck building. Very satisfied with this purchase.
Super sturdy. Well made. High quality.
They Thought of (almost) Everything
This thing is neat. The colored containers for lands are removable for easy re-arranging or distribution amongst drafters, and they’re wide enough to fit sleeved lands as well, which is a boon for the cubers out there. The only two detractors I can think of: 1) is there are no lids for the small boxes or for the system as a whole. So while it’s ideal for a mostly stationary cube or draft station, it is not guaranteed to travel cleanly without a little forethought. 2) the tray into which the sturdy plastic land boxes snugly fit seems to be a thick cardboard (maybe twice the thickness of the old black bottom boxes from MtG bundles, definitely sturdier than your average board game box) with some fancy black wrapping and a felt-cushioned inside. I feel like this tray could have been made of the same plastic and remained within the price point, but it seems resilient enough… so far. If this still meets your use cases though, you’d be hard-pressed to find a prettier, sturdier, MtG-branded solution at this price point.