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Brybelly Casino 6 Deck Automatic Card Shuffler with 6 Decks of Bicycle Playing Cards
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- Shuffles up to 6 decks in just seconds, and fits a variety of card sizes
- Provides an effortless professional shuffle
- Fully automatic and battery operated
- Great for the elderly, small children, and card shuffling novices alike
- Includes six decks of Bicycle playing cards. Please refer the User Manual and the Guide before use.
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This 6 Deck Automatic Card Shuffler is battery operated. It shuffles standard or bridge sized playing cards. Requires 4 "C" Sized batteries which are not included. Cards are not included.
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Service from this seller was outstanding. Shipped fast and packed very, very well.
Many of my Hand and Foot friends have some version of this type of shuffler, so I was familiar with the mechanism drawbacks of card jamming, cards caught vertically along the side of the pile, and the plastic rack/door vibrating out when not held. We decided to use our old cards until they wore out completely, and so we know that the cheaper, smaller decks work in the device. We have NOT unwrapped the six new decks that were included. We have not run down our first set of batteries yet either, so using good quality batteries, I assume you'll get as much or more than we've gotten out of one set.
Other reviewers have mentioned the mechanical jamming as I said above, but those are easily remedied and not too much of a drawback compared to the fast and thorough shuffling for the inexpensive price.
When we got this, we did not see ANYWHERE about what size batteries it takes -- not on the device, not on the box, and there were NO inserts/instructions for this. Had to come back and find on some reviews where we THOUGHT it said it takes AA batteries, and I wrote the following review accordingly: It takes four AA batteries [Wow am I embarrassed...I must've looked at a different model, because I just went through the whole page here again. Everybody who mentions the battery size, in both the reviews and in the questions sections, say it ***takes four C batteries, not AA ones.*** Funny thing is, the AA ones work, when they stay in place.] Of course, you can tell that it takes four batteries when you see the housing assemblage, but the size is not clear because the housing is a very odd configuration. You open the panel and can see that there is a LOT of room behind and between the batteries for AA's, but not enough to easily actually hold the battery while you put it in. There is just not enough space between the batteries and the walls for large, thick fingers. However, the amount of space around each battery, and the long springs for the negative ends, and the open plate for the positive ends, all contribute to the fact that the AA batteries have to be inserted precisely right for the shuffler to work.
This part I wrote after two weeks, using the "wrong size" AA batteries:
"We have had this for less than two weeks, and have played at LEAST 24 games, so we've used it over 90 times, shuffling three decks at a time. We put the cards through it three to four times, so have used it for well over 300 shuffles. In the time we've used it, we have had the batteries vibrate, and/or otherwise get knocked, loose five or six times. Each time, they are extremely difficult to all get back in correctly. While the mechanism of the shuffler itself is great for people with problems such as arthritis, I sure don't know how they would be able to maneuver this battery issue. I also expect that the negative-end springs will eventually break because of all the failed attempts of getting them in correctly. While there was nothing about the batteries on the box or on the item itself, and there was no instruction sheet included, there was, on the box, a minimal description of how to use the shuffler, but it's pretty straightforward anyway. We are currently trying a jerry-rig fix by using (trimmed to fit) foam pedicure spacers inserted into the housing to support the batteries, ha. I'll come back and edit this if it does, or does not, work."
NOW, after having had the item a month, I'd estimate we've run cards through the shuffler over 700 times. We are still using the same original four AA batteries, and the pedicure spacers are working great! When the AA batteries give out, I'll try the C batteries that everybody else says this item takes.
It works, but, it is very flimsy and the battery covers do not stay closed I have a peice of masking tape holding them on. The battery springs, unless compressed with a screwdriver will get bent when installing the battery. The 4 ears it has that hold the decks in place when you place them in the shuffle area are extreemly weak and with any force will break. The button to shuffle seems weak aswell, I am afraid of letting a child use it as they will press it too hard and break the plastic.
It takes 4 C cell batterys, and I have shuffled about 30 cycles of cards through it so far.
Batteries not inclused of course.
The cards were Bicycle brand, US made, great cards.
Depending on how long it lasts, I will buy a new one if it lasts over a year, if it doesnt I will purchase a different kind.
It is made in China.
The shuffler and card combo could almost be packaged as a Hand & Foot Canasta game. I like the fact that you can continuously feed the shuffler during scoring (shuffle the unused discard deck first then the scored cards as they are discarded also. We then usually perform a full shuffle and begin playing again. Works great like this.
Some caveats: I suspect those reporting a more extreme version of the problem in the first paragraph may be using old cards, cards shuffled by hand often and therefore curved slightly (this happens over time and the shuffler does not seem like it will have much tolerance for this) or a defective shuffler. Perhaps the shuffler will get more unreliable over time. I'll post an update if it does, but for now, though it has a mild issue, for the price, it's a five star product.
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Seems to use up batteries fast.