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D100 Die Ring for RPG and Tabletop

One ring to roll them all...
  • Stainless steel ring with spinning dials
  • Can be used as a 100-sided dice (D100) in RPGs, tabletops or other games
  • Produces statistically fair results
  • Does not need oil or other lubricants to work
  • Available in 5 sizes from 58 to 66 (inner circumference in mm)

D100 Die Ring for RPG and Tabletop

One ring to roll them all...

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Description

  • Stainless steel ring with spinning dials
  • Can be used as a 100-sided dice (D100) in RPGs, tabletops or other games
  • Produces statistically fair results
  • Does not need oil or other lubricants to work
  • Available in 5 sizes from 58 to 66 (inner circumference in mm)

Let's admit it: Everyone of us who has ever dabbled in pen and paper RPGs, table top games or board games in general owns that one box. The one that sits unsuspiciously in the back of the shelf - filled to the top with dice of all types. After all, one can never have enough dice, right? Unfortunately, it’s not exactly comfortable to lug a metric ton of D6s, D12s, D20s and the like across town for your next adventure...

With the D100 Die Ring for RPG and Tabletop, your aching back can finally get some rest. This stainless-steel ring features two spinning dials that, when combined, show the numbers from 0 to 100. Bygone are the days where D100 would go flying everywhere: Simply spin the dials and wait for a number to stop in the indicated area. Don't worry, the ring produces statistically fair results! And since it does not need any lubricant, you can even clean it with soap and warm water if you get some orc blood on it. ;)

The ring is available in five sizes from 58 to 66 mm inner circumference. A circumference of 58 mm corresponds to size 58, 60 mm = size 60, etc.

You can easily find out your own size by either measuring the diameter of a rings that fits or by using a piece of paper. Simply wrap the paper around your finger, mark where the paper overlaps and measure the distance between your marking and the start of the paper. This length is equal to the inner diameter of the ring you'll need.

Technical details
  • Material: stainless steel