This mini dice tower folds for easy travel and looks great in the middle of any gaming table. This tower ships as a kit that you easily snap together in minute, no glue required!
NEW: Revised design allows you to store your dice in the tower without them falling out!
Dimensions (Standing): 3" Wide, 4.8" Long, 4.7" Tall
Dimensions (Folded): 3" Wide, 4.8" Long, 2.2" Tall
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Exactly what I expected
Posted by Mike Church on 12th Jan 2016
The dice tower came as expected, it was fantastic looking, and for normal dice, it works a charm. I was thinking of putting felt on the slats to soften the sound, but I like it!
Nice Dice Tower
Posted by Charles Darlage on 27th Nov 2015
This is a small, portable dice tower that works great. I have had no problems with this dice tower.
Mini Tower Defense Is Strong with This One
Posted by Curt Woodard on 21st Nov 2015
I really love the compact and sturdy design of this dice tower. I have tested it with various dice from d4 to d20 and have found that it does well with these dice sizes. I plan on using the dice tower for dice rolling during filming sessions and may have to get another one or possibly request larger ones.
My only complaint is that The Broken Token's logo is a bit too light.
Pretty good but with one flaw
Posted by Alex on 6th Oct 2015
This dice tower has one flaw that I'm surprised to not see anyone talking about. The bottom part of the tower, where the dice fall out into the tray, has a beam that goes across the bottom. The dice actually get stuck on this lip quite often. It actually became so frequent and annoying that I ended up cutting it off. That solved that problem.
The next annoyance is that since the tray has a bottom, and it's not clear, you can't just lift the tower up to show everyone the dice. But I think this might be personal preference and I'm thinking about knocking the bottom out. I do really like how it's small and super portable, but some of the competition actually easily disassembles and packs pretty flat.
I do like it, but I prefer to use a tower with a slightly larger top opening and no bottom so that I can pick the tower up to expose the dice.
Response: Do you have a picture of the tower before the lip was removed? This lip is flush with the bottom ramp and does not stick up so nothing should get hung up on it.
fun to build, fun to use!
Posted by EgoTrip on 21st Sep 2015
Great for randoms, and it looks sweet!
Posted by Josh on 18th Jul 2015
Nice simple tower. Easily rolled 6 normal dice at a time. "Snap together" did require a rubber mallet to get everything assembled. Instructions were easy to follow.
Posted by Chris on 11th Jun 2015
I love it! Really nice quality for the price.
Fit like a glove on OJ
Posted by Richard Dickinson on 5th Jun 2015
Everything fit together nice and tight, with a little help from a rubber persuader (mallet). I glued the joints, anyway, since this will be getting beat up by constantly running dice through it.
I'm very happy with this, and every other, Broken Token item I've purchased. Kudos on making great stuff at an affordable price!
ohhhh, im getting another one
Posted by Jenni Stokes on 31st May 2015
Love it! It was easy to put together and it looks so sexy next to all my board games!
Small lightweight portable dice tower
Posted by Doug on 25th May 2015
This dice tower is very small (less than 5 inches high) thus making it portable to local game nights at your FLGS. I put felt on all surfaces where the dice fall to make it quieter. The dice tower works great. Due to its size, smaller dice are recommended. Max. of 10 dice. The trough where the dice fall into is quite small, thus making it a little inconvenient to retrieve the dice. It packs up into a small block with the tower fitting inside the base trough. Sand to reduce the size of the connecting stubs before assembly to ease the fit or you might crack the wood. Experience talking here. :)