The Easter Bunny (also called the Easter Rabbit or Easter Hare) is a folkloric figure and a symbol of Easter that is depicted as a rabbit bearing Easter eggs. As a symbol of spring, it is usually sweet, fluffy, and cute.
Originating among the German Lutherans, the "Easter Hare" originally played the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or disobedient with their behavior at the start of the season of Eastertide.
Eggs are also representative of new life, and it is believed that decorating eggs for Easter dates as far back as the 13th century. Hundreds of years ago, churches had their congregations abstain from eggs during Lent, allowing them to be consumed again at Easter.
With the inspiration of this 2 Easter icon, we have created the HARE Dice, an iconic dice creation that puts an interesting twist on the cute Easter bunny, and one which will bring a little excitement and uniqueness to any dice-based game.
The product will be made with zinc alloy materials, giving it a highly aesthetic appearance and a comfy feel.
Balance & Portability
Without a doubt, the most important quality aspect of any dice is their balance, and this is a foremost priority! Out strictest quality protocols ensure that each and every dice is made to the highest standards.
Each HARE dice set comes in pairs, one black bunny, and one white bunny
Shipping & Duties
Please note, the shipping fee includes all the packaging and any postal charges we pay to deliver the item to your hand. However, the shipping fee does not include any custom or duties that may be charged by any local customs of your country. Backers are individually responsible for paying their own duties charges if they exist at all.
The products in the photos are 3D printed prototypes and 3D mockup models. The actual product may have a slight color variation, but we assure all backers of a meticulous quality control process in order to ensure the colors are as close to, or even better than the prototypes you see.
Risks and challenges
The only risk to the project lies within any events that are outside of our control which could cause a delay in the manufacturing process. For instance, in the event of a machine breaking down or where there is insufficient manpower at the factor. However, we always work very closely with the factory in order to minimize any such risks, and these are only given as a worst-case scenario; in all likelihood, this is not something we should encounter.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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