Educational Products - Hoyle Super Jumbo Playing Cards (2pk) - Great gift for card players of all ages. Super jumbo
- Great gift for card players of all ages. Super jumbo
- print for easier reading. Each package contains a
- double deck.
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Top Customer Reviews
The last few months it started getting frustrating for him and he was becoming less motivated to play. So I thought I'd look for some cards to help him out and found these. His reaction when they showed him the cards was priceless; he couldn't believe he could clearly read them, with no problems at all! He's back to having fun and even won the first game they played with them! A great product that's helped out in many ways, give it a go and play with your loved ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My dad lost an eye is a farming accident several years ago and since has had a hard time playing cards with us, which is a family holiday tradition. Read morePublished 12 days ago by GinnyRose
The cards are impossible to read if you have more than 4 or 5 in your hand - only work for some games.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
These are wonderful for anyone who enjoys playing cards but has a hard time seeing.Published 1 month ago by Kirkandjune
My mom and her bridge group really like these cards. She has some vision problems and is able to see the cards without any trouble.Published 1 month ago by Linda Martin
My mother says these cards are the only reason she can continue to play at 97 years old.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works well for bridge players with vision problems. Both the suit and the card value can be seen when the cards are in your hand.Published 3 months ago by Joanie Pat
These are good if everybody has eyesight issues unfortunately those who don't have to hold the cards really spread out in order to view what's your handPublished 4 months ago by E. Kinane