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KEM Arrow Playing Cards: 2 Deck Set Black and Gold, Wide Index

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  • 100 percent cellulose acetate plastic - a unique blend of paper and plastic that provices superior flexibility and strength
  • A set-up consists of one Black and one Gold deck
  • Includes durable and solid hard plastic storage case
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KEM Arrow Playing Cards: 2 Deck Set Black and Gold, Wide Index + KEM Arrow Playing Cards: 2 Deck Set Red and Blue, Wide Index + Copag Poker Size Regular Index 1546 Playing Cards (Black Gold Setup)
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Product Description

Product Description

KEM brand playing cards are the finest playing cards in the world. Preferred by industry professionals, KEM cards are made of a unique blend of paper and plastic that provides superior flexibility and strength for long-lasting use.

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These playing cards from KEM are made of 100 percent cellulose acetate plastic--a unique blend of paper and plastic that provides superior flexibility and strength. The cards are scuff- and break-resistant and completely washable, and are designed to deliver the classic snap and feel of paper with the exceptional durability of plastic. Included in this set are two decks (one black, one gold) of poker-sized playing cards (3 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches). The cards come with a durable storage case made of hard plastic. Each deck contains one joker.

About KEM Plastic Playing Cards
KEM Plastic Playing Cards is a 60-year-old company specializing in one product: playing cards that are 100 percent cellulose acetate plastic. KEM plastic playing cards contain no vinyl, which is the raw material used by other playing card manufacturers for their "plastic" playing cards. KEM cards can handle the wear and tear like no other brand of card in the industry. KEM's high-performance cards are designed to last longer, shuffle better, and deal in such a manner that you will never want to play with other cards again.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 3.9 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000T6906A
  • Item model number: 1017399
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,666 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

You will never buy cards again.
Kevin Brown
Both slide easily on felt and are very easy to riffle/shuffle.
RedBaron057
KEM cards are the best playing cards you can purchase.
Adam Dominguez

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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By RedBaron057 on April 21, 2010
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I've been playing cards for many years and decided to switch from Bicycles and Bees to cellulose acetate plastic; ie: KEM and COPAG. I purchased one set each of KEM arrows and COPAGs; both are poker (regular) size. I received the cards a few weeks ago and have had some time to play with my poker group and gauge opinions. Interestingly, our group voted 50/50 KEM vs COPAG. What I can offer is specific differences between the cards which you may find helpful. I've also included the specs of a Bicycle deck for comparison.

KEM
.014" card thickness
.700" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.5"W x 3.5"L deck dimensions
8.75" surface area

COPAG
.012" card thickness
.625" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.483"W x 3.465"L deck dimensions
8.604" surface area

BICYCLE
.011" card thickness
.580" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.48"W x 3.475"L deck dimensions
8.618" surface area

As you can see, the KEM deck is almost 12% thicker and 1.7% larger surface area than the COPAG deck, and 21% thicker and 1.6% larger surface area than a Bicycle deck. 21% thicker than a Bicycle deck is a big deal if you're a smaller-handed dealer!

Here are my personal thoughts;

The COPAG's feel slightly better when shuffling as the deck is slightly smaller, less weight and easier to handle for short fingers (like mine). The KEM's numbering is smaller and much less blocky, and appear more like a traditional deck. The COPAG's have larger (not Jumbo) lettering which is blocky. Both decks have visually pleasing and symmetrical backing designs. Both slide easily on felt and are very easy to riffle/shuffle. The COPAG's have an attractive blue border around each face card picture, unlike the KEM's black border.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By smd on October 24, 2007
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I've been playing cards for a while now (poker, cribbage, pinochle, etc.) and feel as though I've tried just about every style and quality of playing card out there. The fact that these are 100% cellulose acetate makes them unquestionably one of the best decks you can purchase. I'm glad I own them and got a great deal here on Amazon. I do question however the claim that KEM's are in some way superior to Copag's. The KEM's may be a slightly higher grade of plastic, but in the end it really comes down to the look and feel of the card. If I polled the "regulars" I play with I'm quite certain I'd find a 50/50 split as to what brand of card they prefer. Both brands will give you long life with plenty of play. I seriously don't think you can wrong with either.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gregory D. Presutto on September 29, 2010
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If you play only once or twice a week KEM cards quickly become well worth the money. Instead of buying a new deck every time you play or always worrying about everyone knowing what you have based on how a couple cards in the deck are bent it's best to just buy these now and never have to worry about buying another pack. These come in handy quick if you have friends who dont know how to shuffle properly and would destroy a normal deck after only a few turns, they cards dont bend, are of great quality and with two decks to a pack your 20 bucks will go a very long ways.

Well Worth It
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian on June 5, 2013
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Let me start by saying these KEM Playing Cards are a great product. However, if you weigh some of the other factors besides the cards themselves, you'll find that KEM is definitely not the best choice.

The first and most obvious is price. You can purchase a similarly high quality two deck pack of plastic playing cards for around $10 cheaper. The next factor, and to me even more important, is the fact that KEM no longer provides replacement cards for ANY of their products. You can double check this yourself (It states it clearly on their website). Trust me, I know, because I lost the deuce of diamonds for one of my decks and now I'm stuck with a useless 51 card deck. It is for this reason that KEM would be my last choice of all the plastic cards.

Other options that my experience can speak to are Copag and Da Vinci. I've purchased both and I'll tell you right now, Da Vinci is my favorite. The cards are beautiful, cheaper (than KEM), come in the same kind of hard case, AND they come with two nice, red Da Vinci cut cards (Make sure the description on Amazon explicitly includes cut cards because if it doesn't, you won't get them). KEM cards do not include cut cards, nor do Copag. Also, in the Da Vinci cards, there will be a nice little extra card which you can mail in for replacements in case you lose a card. I haven't looked into replacement cards for Copag, but I'm assuming they do offer them.

The Copag cards are very nice as well. However, I personally favor the feel and look of the Da Vinci cards. One of the things I prefer on the Copag cards is the font of the card rankings, ie K, Q, J, 10, 9, etc. It is a very clean and crisp font. Also, the Copag has pretty awesome Jokers if you're into that kind of thing. The price of the Copag and Da Vinci is roughly the same.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Michael Pires on April 8, 2011
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If you play any card games on a regular enough basis to even think about buying these cards DO IT! They are in expensive, feel great when shuffling and dealing, and they stand up to destruction way better than any brand of paper cards ever could (i.e. Bicycle or Bee). Any liquid can be dried off with a paper towel and immediately put back into play. This was even true when a friend threw up on them during a drinking game, rinsed them off in the sink dried them and back in business. However the cards that fell victim to stomach acid did fade slightly in color.
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