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Low Vision Playing Cards. These cards feature 1" numerals, and black & red colors on white. Bridge size. # 48615
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Perfect for my husband who has failing eyesight and loves to play cardsPublished 22 days ago by Lucile Conkey
Now we can play cards with my legally blind grandmother. Yeah! Since the print is so big it is hard to hold many cards in your hand, so I recommend getting the "Card... Read morePublished 2 months ago by A H.
Not the old cards - same part number. These are plastic and are so slick you keep dropping them. Worthless. Not the vendors fault, they can only sell what is manufactured. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Danny Strain
Awesome for the visually impaired! Every nursing home should have case on hand!Published 8 months ago by Darrelyn Paskavitz
Excellent for people with low vision. Now my 92 year old mother and I can play cards together again, even tho she suffers from dry macular degeneration. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anita King
i thought the item was going to have large sized cards not large print. returning it.Published 11 months ago by carymichael
Great product. Has worked great for a senior person living at our residential facility. The large numbers work great for her.Published 21 months ago by NH
elderly person had some difficulty with the Jack looking like a 1. cards just a bit smaller than i thought they would be. jumbo playing cards were not jumbo. Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Rosemary Brzezinski
Senior Citizens palying 5 card setback needed cards with bigger faces and suit reginations. These were added as a second alternative.Published on May 10, 2013 by S. Ford