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Ableware clear plastic playing card holder is used by individuals with pain in and/or limited use of their hands (cards not included). The holder has a slot for ease of removing or adding cards, and an extended front to place pencils and small coins. The holder is versatile for holding Mah-Jongg tiles, recipes, or memos, and measures 15 x 3 x 1-3/8 inches (L x W x H). (L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right; W is width, the horizontal distance from front to back; H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point.)
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I love the card holder. Fits as many as 13 cards nicely. Doesnt't tip over, is low enough so I was reach out and place cards in the middle of the table without knocking over the... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Kate from Berkeley
I got this for a friend who broke her right wrist. She loves to play bridge but couldn't hold the cards. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chatty_Gal
The cardholder is perfect for those with arthritis problems in their hands. Highly recommend it. Very fair price too.Published 4 days ago by Diane W.
Love this holder!! Makes playing canasta so much more comfortable!!Published 10 days ago by L. Silverman
Since not having the use of my left hand as a result of a stroke I am still able to enjoy playing cards with this device.Published 18 days ago by N. Beigel
The ends need to be smooth down. Love using the card holder in the card game, Hand and Foot. Need all 15". I'm glad I made the purchase.Published 20 days ago by Marci Crown
It has worked out perfect. My husband loves to play cards but had a stroke last year and only has the use of one arm and handPublished 22 days ago by Ann Fahey