diceturretI recently wrote about The Dice Turret, an inexpensive, cardboard dice tower.

Well since I wrote that article I was contacted by Brian from The Dice Turret and was provided with a free Turret for review.

The Dice Turret comes flat packed in 3 pieces. 1 part makes up the outside of the tower, 1 part makes up the baffles inside the tower, and the last part is the optional dice tray.

The Turret didn’t come with any instructions, but with a label that said to go here for them.  Once there I was greeted with an easy to follow video on how to assemble the tower. It took about 5 minutes and I was up and going! Everything just tabs into place and holds pretty tightly.

The cardboard for the Turret is pretty thick and durable, but I’d still be careful with the thing. It doesn’t seem like it would stand up well to multiple set ups and tear downs, so I probably will just leave it assembled and not even bother trying to take it apart.

All that’s well and good, but how well does it work?


I tossed a handfull of various dice of all different sides and sizes through and they happily rattled their way down into the tray. The tower is sturdy, and doesn’t wobble or anything as the dice go down.

If you’re looking for a good dice tower, but don’t have a lot of cash, then this tower is the perfect thing.

This is actually my first dice tower, and I’m eager to put it through its paces.