Tired of the undignified method of storing your Catan player pieces in a sheet thin, flexible, transparent, petroleum derived containment sack (henceforth known as a "plastic bag"). Are you an unwashed and uncultured barbarian that unceremoniously dumps all the pieces in a single jumble to be sorted out at the beginning of a game, and have been threatened with ostracization if you don't amend your ways? Are you a type-a personality that likes things to be just so, and have a 3D printer to support the whims of your novel brain chemistry?
Oh boy, are you in luck!
Someone else made an near perfect container to store your Catan player piece sets in. I simply made it beautiful.
This is a remix of mathgrrl's brilliant Hex Bowls for Settlers of Catan that nicely fit a full set of player pieces, as well as a pair of 16 mm dice that are color coded to the player set so everyone has their own set of dice becauseI'mtiredofaskingforpeopletopassmethedamndice!
I desecrated an otherwise lovely design by adding the Catan logo to the lid. Go me, standing on the shoulders of giants and basking in the adoration of the masses.
Print, fill, close, achieve nirvana.