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HuronLow
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Hey, this sounds pretty cool.
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These cards can be washed and such, and you can do the Invisible Deck w/o using the standard gaffing. Anybody used this revolutionary new principle?
Thanks

:)
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Jones
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Huge claims!
A deck you can wash is surely enough to make this viable.
Deeply curious.

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Yea I know. I wonder how thick these cards are? Scary... anyone else?
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Why would they need to be thick? It has to be a thin type of plastic.

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But the no breaks and stuff... it's pretty weird... and I don't especially like plastic and all... hehe... but it does sound interesting.
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I tried to order this effect but I am in the UK and there were no options for us???
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Rusty,

"reino unido" is Spanish for United Kingdom.

I suppose most of you Americans know that "EEUU" is Spanish for the USA...

It seems this is the one bit of the site that is not translated when you choose a language to view the site in. Doh!
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On 2002-10-14 08:06, Paul wrote:
Why would they need to be thick? It has to be a thin type of plastic.


That's right. I once owned a 100% plastic deck and it was a bit thin. Those cards could really take a beating but they never felt quite right except for palming. An expensive waste as things turned out - but washable all the same.

But as for all the things this new fangled deck can do - for sure the thing must be a foot thick!

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hHahaha... exactly my point... I mean... lots of things sound way too good to be true.
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The site is translatable into English and payment methods are credit card or direct money transfer. Unfortunately the page only accepts US zip codes in addresses, which means you can't get any further if you don't live in the USA. Shipping charges seemed very high even for small items. Other than that the site looks good. Did you read the "Tales"? Smile

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We could do the Invisible Deck without the standard gaffing already. Wax, removable glue...I'm sure you'd still have to apply some sort of substance to this never-ending deck. DLs never feel good with plastic cards, and if you happened to have moist hands like me, plastic cards will stick like crazy. On top of that, these cards aren't Bicycle design. I think I'll pass.
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