Easy Roller Dice Co.
The first item is the P/U Leather Dice Cup. I have no clue what "P/U" stands for, but the cup is on sale for $12.95 on the Easy Roller Dice Co. website, but $1 cheaper from them on Amazon. I'll get back to this....
The other item is the Dice Tray, which is only available on Amazon right now. I'm told they put up new items on Amazon to see how they are received before stocking their own website.
Neither of these items are something the average gamer "needs", but I'm willing to bet there are quite a few occasions that they come in damned useful. You know that guy (there is always "that guy" somewhere in everybody's history) who likes to palm the dice to tweak a result or is always rolling their dice and if they get a good result, no matter where it lands, they try to pass it off as their next result?
Using a dice cup and a DRZ (designated rolling zone) can cut down on a lot of problems.
Personally I probably wouldn't use the dice cup outside of playing Yahtzee, but I've bee using a DRZ for years now. I made mine and although I think it is pretty cool, it really doesn't stack up against the Easy Roller Dice Co. Dice Tray. This octagonal dice tray is about 12 inches across (11.5" across the flat sides and 12" corner to corner) and wrapped in imitation leather. It is sturdy but still has a little give of you rough-handle the sides. The red velvet rolling surface is lightly padded and where this definitely beats my multiple attempts at making my own rolling tray.
Yep...that is one of my d4's landing on the "point".
The Easy Dice tray initially looks a bit large for personal use, but I'm already taking up more space with my current DRZ and the stockpile of dice. When I simply kept my game dice around the edges of the tray and rolled in the center I thought I had more room in front of me than I did before.
Now I've only seen a small handful of dice trays online & in-person at gaming conventions and all of them were a lot more expensive and most of them, I felt (no pun intended) were too hard-bottomed, with only a thin piece of felt between the dice and the wood. All they did was keep your die rolls contained....most of the time.
The price is around the middle of the pack for dice cups I've seen so far. The cheaper end of the spectrum on these things is, well...cheap. The high-end of dice cups are fancy, hand-stitched custom jobs that are quite expensive. I do think that the stitching on the Easy Roller Dice Co. cup is a lot better than those around its price range. The cup also came with five d6's, which really wasn't a big deal to me.