Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Disk Accessory
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- Life size launcher; play the real Yugi game from the popular animated series Yu-Gi-Oh
- Adjustable fabric fastener straps the duel disk on kidsleft wrist; packs up to 60 playing cards
- Transforms from standby to duel mode
- Illuminated numeric display life point counter card graveyard field card slot attack defend positions magictrap card slot
- Uses 3 button cell batteries not included
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It's pretty useful as it eliminates tables, chairs, paper and pencils (for life points) and the incredibly dorky and outdated duel mats. You may think that the life point counter is digital but it's actually wheels with numbers on them. Each one has a button that moves it down one number. They each go up to nine and the button for the ones digit dosen't move the wheel, it lights up the numbers, so if you use Winged Dragon of Ra, remeber that. There is a switch on the bottom that you can set to make the numbers light up permanently or temporarily when lit.
The graveyard is covered by a red top that flip up so you can search through. The cards are held down by a white tab, but it fills up pretty fast, just put in 20 cards and the rest start sticking out. The deck holder can only hold up to 62 cards, so if your deck is big you might want to consider getting a deck fix, or reconsider buying the duel disk. Some people say it's a real pain to get out the deck and graveyard, but it really isn't. When you take out the deck you sometimes have to dig under to get out the bottom cards, but that's about it.
The monster card area has slots that hold cards by the corners in attack or defense, and you could hold the disk upside down and shake it and they wouldn't fall out. The magic/trap card spaces are in front, so you have to hold the disk down so that your opponent dosen't see your cards.Read more ›
This is not a one person toy. You need someone else who will play the card game with you. The purpose of this toy is to provide a "game board" for playing with the Yu-Gi-Oh cards.
The overall scoop on this toy is as follows: The toy is basically a very large plastic toy that rests on your child's forearm. There is a small fabric (halloween costume quality) arm band that is supposed to secure this to the child's arm. There are also two velcro straps which are meant to help hold this securely. This set-up works fine for my 10 year who has an "athletic build" and his arms are fuller. My 7 year old is one of these "drink of water", "skinny", fast kids and his limbs are very long and very thin. I added extra velcro (the stick on kind) to help hold this on his little arm. The weight of the toy makes it necessary for it to fit securely on the arm. There is a slot which holds your "dueling deck" and another which is the "graveyard" (spent cards). The big plastic "wing part" is your game board. The toy is a simple as that. There are buttons that light up and score counters, hence the batteries.
I don't know about you but in my world, a 30.00 game board is simply not necessary, BUT in my boys world, I am dead WRONG...and I am the first to admit it. They LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these!
This toy is large to store! It is part of my boys room's decor.Read more ›
No regrets here.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's my favorite yugioh accessory! Very easy to use. Very affordable price! Thanks a lot!Published 2 months ago by Joseph
I did not buy this here, but I have had one for over ten years. I have to say, it's pretty nice. There are some good things and bad things about this toy, but whether you want to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chris
My son Loves this Duel Disk. Set up to look like what Yu-Gi-Oh uses with separate places to put playing cards used, in use, and to be used. Read morePublished 19 months ago by YA Librarian
I bought this product and it's perfect no scratches no chips no dent it worked perfectly but its a little old.Published on March 21, 2014 by beverly christine sublett
The disk was just what I expected and ordered. It was in good condition and original packaging. Love the disk.Published on July 20, 2013 by Steven W.