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Manual Card Shuffler

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Product Description

This high quality steel construction manual card shuffler has a baked enamel finish and hardwood handles. It is designed to shuffle one to three decks and can handle both bridge and poker sized decks.

Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): ThinkFun, Binary Arts

  • Year: 2002

  • Weight: 1,217 grams

  • In order to play Manual Card Shuffler, you will have to provide playing cards

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 5 in 2 reviews

As good a card shuffler as you can imagine
December 18, 2005
I ran across this card shuffler while browsing the Funagain site and ordered it on a whim. I'm very glad I indulged that urge, since the shuffler has saved me from a lot of mis-shuffles and bent cards. You have to be a bit careful about balancing the size of the two piles that you feed into the two ends of the shuffler. Other than that, there's nothing to using this handy game aid. On rare occasions, a card will flip over during the shuffle, but I'll take that problem over the wear and tear I inflict on my cards when I shuffle them by hand.
by A Gamer
No Batteries Needed!
October 05, 2004
I highly recommend this card shuffler. I have had this one for almost two years and use it often. It can shuffle at least two decks of cards and can hande certain non-standard size cards as well if used carefully - since it doesn't run on batteries, you have control over how carefully/slowly you can also stop the shuffle any time cards get stuck. If the cards are not aligned proplerly, they can get a bit stuck but you simply stop the turn crank to stop the shuffle. The shuffler is very heavy & sturdy and, when used properly, should last a lifetime, a very worthwhile investment.

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