If you’re looking for great dice bags, and maybe a few unique dice as well, Steve Jackson Games has what you need! Let’s take a look at some of their fun designs and talk about the quality of their products.
Sizes – The bags come in 2 sizes, 7″x7″ and 6″x9″. Both are very spacious and hold plenty of dice (over 1o0!) with the 6″x9″ size being able to hold a bit more than the 7″x7″.
Materials – They are fabric bags with satin lining on the interior.
Designs – These come in a ton of really fun, eye-catching, unique designs! Some utilize other Steve Jackson properties, while others are more generic fantasy-esque designs. Some of the available designs are, in the 6″x9″: Cthulhu, Lich, The Fantasy Trip, Skeletons, and Illuminati. And in the 7″x7″ size: Cyberskull, Happy Faeries, Festive Owls, Munchkin, Munchkin Kittens, and Munchkin Unicorns. All of them except Cthulhu, Illumnati, and Happy Faeries have a different design on each side of the bag as well, which is cool too. The first two just have the same design on each side and the last has a plain back.
Quality – Really nice internal and external feel. Very spacious, as I mentioned, plenty of room to reach in and grab your dice, or fish around if you’re looking for a particular one. The drawstrings are sturdy and work well and seem to keep a pretty tight cinch if they’re not overfilled, so you don’t have to worry about the dice falling out or anything.
Prices – The 7″x7″ bags are $11.95 while the 6″x9″ bags are $13.95, except The Fantasy Trip bag, which is $9.95. The 6″x9″ bags (same exception) come with 1 custom die each, which is why the price is slightly higher.
The 6″x9″ bags come with a custom 19mm, d6 die each. The Illuminati one was the most boring, plain gray die with white pips and the Illuminati symbol on one side. The Cthulhu, Lich, and, Skeletons dice were all pearlized dice, colored yellow, orange, and blue respectively. I really like the cute little Cthulhu symbol they all have, but thought it was odd that the Lich and Skeleton bags didn’t have a different design to match the bag a bit better. I also give props to Steve Jackson Games for making the symbol the “1” on the dice; that is so much better than when it’s the “6” in my opinion, so I’m a huge fan of that.
I also got a chance to look at the Dungeon Survival Pack: Kitten Adventurers, which was super cool. This comes with one 7.5″x7.5″ satin-lined bag (same quality as the others with more unique designs), three custom dice – 2 with kitten paws and a 3rd with little kitten images alongside numbers, and three 5″x5″ blank-paged notebooks each with a unique cover and 16 pages. This is priced at $24.95. I thought this was a really cute pack with, again, nice quality components, and would be great for someone looking for some matching materials for their next adventure game.
Overall, I really liked these bags. I think they look great, feel great, and are high quality all around. Perhaps a little pricy for some people for just an accessory, but if you want a unique bag for your dice, you won’t be disappointed, and these are sure to last a long time. The custom dice are also a fun addition to some of the bags. I’m definitely a big fan of the adventure pack above all, and would recommend that highly if you’re into cute cat designs because all the components are adorable and really nice. Check them out today!
*I was provided these accessories by the publisher to do this review*
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