I opted for Futuristic Hexagons in a mix of dark blue and light blue, to match the blue spot colors on my figures, and I'm pleased with what I recieved, with a few caveats.
|You can tell I've been painting, my thumb is all stripey.|
Secondly, my order took quite a while to process, as they were out of light blue perspex. Thankfully, their customer service kept me informed of the delay, but it's just as well I didn't need them by a specific date.
Finally, the three-hexagon designs on both colours are misaligned. It's only a slight defect, but it bugs me a lot more than it should. They're billed as high quality product, and the other designs are fine, so it's a shame that these ones are just a bit off.
UPDATE: Warmill are sending me replacement bases at no extra cost. Thanks Warmill! That's some damn good customer service.
Despite those nitpicks, they're a good product, and look great on the tabletop. I'm not sure if I prefer the dark blue or the light blue more, the dark blue goes better with my color scheme, but the designs on the light blue look a little better.
Are they worth it? The bases are £1 each, which.. is about right I guess. If you know someone with laser engraving equipment you might be able to get something similar for cheaper, but it's probably not worth the hassle. If you're sick of using empty bases and looking for some fancy tokens, give them a go.