Cammegh is widely regarded as the premier manufacturer of roulette wheels, known for crafting beautiful traditional models that captivate players.
If you’ve ever found yourself mesmerized by a roulette wheel, it’s likely one of the Cammegh creations.
Cammegh’s roulette wheels can be found in some of the world’s most prestigious casinos, including Caesars, Hilton, and Tropicana in Atlantic City, the Sun Casino in Monaco, and Ladbrokes Grosvenor Casinos and Gala Casinos. They’re also a popular choice for Evolution games.
Every Cammegh wheel is fully customizable, allowing clients to choose from double-radius or scalloped separators, a range of natural wood veneers, and plating options in nickel, brass, gold, or rose gold. The turret can be French, Cammegh, or made to bespoke specifications.
Cammegh’s wheels are maintenance-free for life, thanks to pre-lubrication that eliminates the need for additional lubrication. Their spin times can improve with age, a testament to the precision engineering that sets Cammegh apart from other manufacturers.
While the company’s traditional no-frills Connoisseur roulette wheel is widespread, the flagship Mercury 360 model is the real standout.
The base model boasts four in-rim sensors, and there are also Halo and Aurora LED-lit versions.
The Mercury 360 Monaco is a particularly aesthetically pleasing option, recreating the look of traditional French roulette wheels.
If you appreciate the classic look of a roulette wheel, this is the one to choose.
Cammegh’s most advanced roulette wheel is the Mercury 360 RRS, which features a randomly variable rotor speed to increase the unpredictability of the wheel (hence the RRS name). This system can be implemented into any wheel in the Mercury 360 family.
Finally, the Slingshot 2 wheel uses air jets to propel the ball, making it a popular choice for automated roulette in land-based and online live dealer casinos.