Loganberry

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Description

Rambutan (Logan Berry) Polyhderal DiceNot to be confused with the plant, it is also called Rambutan. The Loganberry is native to Indonesia and Malaysia and grows naturally in Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and elsewhere in Southeast Asia, The name rambutan is derived from the Malay/Indonesian word rambutan, meaning “hairy”, a reference to the numerous hairy protuberances of the fruit.

Loganberry wood is a wonderfully warm rich golden tan with darker reddish streaks. It has a curl and shimmer like fine maple made better by its rich warm color.

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    We offer 2 styles of engraving. Our standard engraving style burns the outline of the number on each face. This outline style of engraving works well with our Infill technique of Embellishment, and is great for adding a splash of cost effective color to your chosen dice. The second style of engraving we offer is a Raster Engraving style. This process burns solid numbers into each face of the dice and works very well with our Inlay techniques of Embellishment, which allows us to make use of real metal alloys and crush semiprecious stones. 


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    If you'd like to have your dice engraved in a custom font please upload your chosen font in True Type Font format (*.ttf). We will not accept any custom engraving work for copyright materials. Yes this means things like Aurebesh and Klingon are off limits.


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    We offer 2 styles of engraving. Our standard engraving style burns the outline of the number on each face. This outline style of engraving works well with our Infill technique of Embellishment, and is great for adding a splash of cost effective color to your chosen dice. The second style of engraving we offer is a Raster Engraving style. This process burns solid numbers into each face of the dice and works very well with our Inlay techniques of Embellishment, which allows us to make use of real metal alloys and crush semiprecious stones. 


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    If you'd like to have your dice engraved in a custom font please upload your chosen font in True Type Font format (*.ttf). We will not accept any custom engraving work for copyright materials. Yes this means things like Aurebesh and Klingon are off limits.


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    We offer 2 styles of engraving. Our standard engraving style burns the outline of the number on each face. This outline style of engraving works well with our Infill technique of Embellishment, and is great for adding a splash of cost effective color to your chosen dice. The second style of engraving we offer is a Raster Engraving style. This process burns solid numbers into each face of the dice and works very well with our Inlay techniques of Embellishment, which allows us to make use of real metal alloys and crush semiprecious stones. 


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    If you'd like to have your dice engraved in a custom font please upload your chosen font in True Type Font format (*.ttf). We will not accept any custom engraving work for copyright materials. Yes this means things like Aurebesh and Klingon are off limits.


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1 review for Loganberry

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ed (verified owner)

    I did a bunch of research before buying these, since I knew the dice would be “working dice” that live in my dice bag. Rambutan, as it turns out, is nicely suited for dice.

    The wood is very hard and dense, so the dice will stand up to tabletop abuse and have a nice, weighty feel in your hand. Mine are actually dense enough that they’ll sink in water. While not as impressive as some more expensive woods, it looks good, with a nice color, grain patterns, and shimmer after finishing.

    All in all, it’s a good choice for an unusual set of dice that will still stand up to real use. I would recommend getting the numbers with an infill, raster fill, or inlay, however; the grain is dark enough that a simple outline can be hard to read at a glance.

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