For Sale Free Isle Button and Cut Card

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I was highly disappointed in the quality of these. I think I paid $30 for the pair. Yours for free just pay shipping of $7. As is

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Interesting to hear that someone else was disappointed...I got the same ones. Cut card is too thick and button too small (with an obvious sticker on top that I thought was supposed to be inlaid somehow). You feel similar?
 

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Interesting to hear that someone else was disappointed...I got the same ones. Cut card is too thick and button too small (with an obvious sticker on top that I thought was supposed to be inlaid somehow). You feel similar?
Exactly my thoughts
 

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Interesting to hear that someone else was disappointed...I got the same ones. Cut card is too thick and button too small (with an obvious sticker on top that I thought was supposed to be inlaid somehow). You feel similar?
Exactly my thoughts

What size dealer button did you get? I had three round DBs made - each one 63mm - which is larger than the 60mm ceramics made by BR Pro Poker. And some people play with 49mm buttons.

I thought the quality was just fine. Laser engraving is flawless. The only negative about them is they are light weight. If they had the same weight as ceramics, I wouldn't have anything negative to say about them. I mean, they are pricey, but they are coming from France, after all. It's not like Amazon has them with 2-day free prime shipping.

As for the cut card, yes, it's thicker than normal, but this was also explained to me prior to me placing my order. I prefer the thicker cut card tbh.
 

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What size dealer button did you get? I had three round DBs made - each one 63mm - which is larger than the 60mm ceramics made by BR Pro Poker. And some people play with 49mm buttons.

I thought the quality was just fine. Laser engraving is flawless. The only negative about them is they are light weight. If they had the same weight as ceramics, I wouldn't have anything negative to say about them. I mean, they are pricey, but they are coming from France, after all. It's not like Amazon has them with 2-day free prime shipping.

As for the cut card, yes, it's thicker than normal, but this was also explained to me prior to me placing my order. I prefer the thicker cut card tbh.

I’m too lazy to go look, but I got the only size offered in the sale...extra small maybe? Mine has a gold sticker stuck to the top, no laser engraving...(unless that is the process for making the sticker.). I use real dealer buttons, so this is like a low quality child’s toy. The cut card is cheap thick plastic that is too thick to cut into any deck I use...literally useless for cutting for me. If that had been explained to me beforehand, I wouldn’t have bought them.

But it’s good to hear you like your stuff; and I’m glad the sale was a thing!
 

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The buttons offered in the sale are 2.5”. I believe he can make them in 3” and 4” . He made them in 4” for me in the past. The reason AP switched to 2.5” as opposed to 3” I believe I think when he did 3” for all buttons there was a lot of wasted material left over.
 
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