The Tower lid holds 30mm dice, the jail up to 25 and the storage chamber up to 50 while the whole thing acts as a dice roller.
BrokenWoodGifts' combo dice tray and tower looks gorgeous and is made from plywood and birch, coming in six colours.
Dice towers are handy for a few reasons. They can add some drama to a game, they can keep the dice from shooting across the table, and if everyone uses the same dice tower, no one is cheating with their dice.
Wood Project is a small company based in New York that's come up with an organiser for tabletop games that packs away into a single dice tower.
Game Tank is selling instructions and a kit for making your very own dice tower out of little plastic bricks.
The tray at the bottom is detachable as well, and that's a design feature intended to make packing up and putting the skull safely back on the shelf easier.
This is a handmade item from The C4 Labs on Etsy. It's made with wood, acrylic and stainless steel.
Why do dice towers have to be towers? Why couldn't they be the domed skull of a Great Old One from beyond time and space?
This dice tower looks good enough to feature on someone’s expertly constructed Dungeons & Dragons diorama. The actual intent, of course, is for players to drop dice in the top, for them to safely rattle down without falling off the table and into the dish below.…
This clever and unfolding DM screen was built by Jeremy Mortensen. The Oregon based gamer completed the craft project all without the aid of a design and made heavy use of scrap materials.…