Hornet might sound like a strange name for some dice. However, considering the colors are inspired by this feared insect, then everything becomes more clear. Hornets are easy to recognize by their black and dark yellow stripes. These dice don't have stripes, but swirls of these 2 colors.
The set listed here has 36 pieces of 12 mm. Furthermore, each dice has rounded corners and edges to improve how they feel in the hand and how they roll after being thrown. Dice with standard straight edges and corners usually jump around more and the risk of losing one is higher.
Speaking of standards, these are cubic dice, the most used type of all. There are 6 sides, with values from 1 to 6. The value is depicted through white dots, carved in so as not to interfere with their rolling and to maintain the color.
The set comes in a transparent plastic case with extendable shelves. Those who own an Ultimate Guard Flip'n'Tray 80, can use the shelves in this guard as well.