Discovered in 1801, Atomic number 41 on the periodic table of elements.
As one of the reactive self-oxidizing elements Niobium is naturally resistant to many forms of acids and bases along with corrosion in general.
The oxidized coating is a combination of interference color (blue) and Niobium's natural clear oxide coating which forms and thickens overtime.
It forms a durable and renewable coating that while not impervious to scratching or wear is still quite durable. Roll with confidnece, these will not dissapoint,
We can also refresh the coating or change colors at your preference at some point in the future.
A special characteristic of Niobium is that it can be electrically oxidized to specific colors.
We've been testing with Niobium for some time now and believe that we've gotten it just right.
Our Pale Blue Dot series of dice is finally perfected. A Galactic coating of pale blue emblazons each of these dice giving the ultimate tribute to Carl Sagan and his Pale Blue Dot essay.
Between the weights of titanium and Zirconium they have an excellent hand-feel.
Sold as single dice, some have matching dice for matched pair sets.
If you like the color and want a set, don't wait, there's only one of each color matched set.
So what is the deal with Carl Sagan and the Pale Blue Dot? We're so glad you asked...
This should explain it nicely:
The dice feature planets and the sun as pip markers with a standard opposite 7 layout so use them like any other D6 dice you own.
Don't forget to include the earth's moon in the count!
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