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* Caged Aluminium & Heavy Metal Dice Range



* Caged Aluminium & Heavy Metal Dice Range

Rated 2.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$173.00 USD$1,700.00 USD

Cage Aluminium Metal Dice

 

All our Aluminium Metal Dice are CNC machined, with each of the dice perfectly weighted at 99.5%, then engraved to maintain their perfect balance. Our Aluminium is Anodized, which is an electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish. Our Caged Aluminium Dice are cut from a single piece of metal, with the first steps following along the other aluminium dice of CNC machined and Anodized, but they then go through an extra step. Small slivers of the dice are cut away until the dice appear to be “caged.” This process alone can take several days per dice! We are the first company in the world to offer dual anodization, as well as a complete polyhedral set of caged dice, so make sure to check out our other colours!

With our entire metal range we do short run engraving with special fonts to keep the dice limited run. You can find more information on our fonts here.

Please check each individual description for details on which font is currently in use.

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6 reviews for * Caged Aluminium & Heavy Metal Dice Range

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    Ay-Ay Ron

    I purchased these dice at Gencon50 in Indianapolis, IN. They look and feel amazing!I love the look.
    However, upon rolling them they consistently roll on edge between two numbers making them unreliable for use in a game. I would not recommend their purchase to anyone trying to actually play a game with these dice. You will have to re-roll constantly. I will be exchanging my dice for a non-caged set.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Craig

    Just got a set as a generous gift. Wow are they cool! Feel great in hand and roll in wonderfully unpredictable ways. They do have a chance of standing on end instead of a face with the d20 and d12 (about 25% of the time it seems). I sense a house rule coming up 🙂 Great work though, the most unique dice I own by a long shot.

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    vladamisa

    While these dice are beautiful then have 50/50 chance to land cocked causing a re-roll. If I had realized that they had this issue I probably would not have spent the $200 that they cost. They are beautiful fun to hold, but not accurate.

  4. Rated 2 out of 5

    a55x.com

    Our Caged Heavy Metal Dice are cut from a single piece of metal, with the first steps following along the other heavy metal dice process of CNC machined and they then go through an extra step.

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mathew V

    I purchased the aluminum caged dice in lemon lime. I bought these on a whim. I had to cross reference a lot to see why the dice would look like. Checking the other dice to see exactly what the designs would look like, also looking at the font description to see exactly what I was getting into. For what it’s worth these dice are gorgeous. Definitely not your ordinary dice. I wish I could take a picture but honestly they have to be held to truly see what you’re getting into and at their price point that’s hard to really do. Very light, and it’s truly worry some to roll them on a hard surface just for fear of them getting damaged. The only true gripe I have with them is that when rolled they tend to land sideways. I would honestly say you have a 50% chance of when rolling them they’ll land on a side and not on an actual number. Thankfully my GM doesn’t mind but if rerolling constantly sounds like a thing that won’t fly while you’re playing these might be a problem. All in all I truly am happy with my purchase. Just figured I’d let others know my thoughts seeing as any information on the caged dice isn’t readily available.

    • drice

      Hey Mathew,
      This is a quirk of the caged dice because of the momentum they carry, if they’re not rolled hard enough or on too soft a surface, the core will stop rolling before the outside does, that’s what results in cocked rolls.
      The trick is to give them a good hard roll on harder surfaces, preferably against a hard edge (like a book, the side of a rolling tray, or even your hand!)
      Trust us, they can definitely survive a bit of a beating. 😉

  6. Rated 2 out of 5

    Chilly

    Like the other reviews have said, these dice land cocked way too often. The d20 lands halfway between two numbers about one in five times. Most expensive dice I’ve ever owned (and freaking beautiful), but I can’t use them for games anymore or risk the ridicule of my friends for constantly having to reroll.

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