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not a good purchase
from New Castle, Pa.
About Me Casual Player
Comments about Revolving Card Holder:
Two of the three we bought had to be put back together ball bearing not in position therefor did not revolve.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Conroe TX
Did not like the product. When placed on a table it did not turn which was the feature I was looking for. Would not recommend. It was very disappointing.
Just what I needed.
Help to keep cards in place.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Revolving Card Holder
By a friend
Used for canasta card playing. It does not revolve and I am sorry I paid anything for it.
Very Poor Shipping and Product
Took me from 2/8/2014 to 2/26/2014 to get these trays! had to dismantle every tray and lubricate the small ball rollers to get them to revolve as they are supposed to do.It was Miles Kimball that did not ship the trays until more than 10 days after I purchased them. You can certainly get faster service from other venders!
from Long Beach, NY
This is just what we need for our canasta game.
Lost a ball bearing
from Erie, Pa
About Me Casual Player, Novice
been wanting one that spins but now it doesn't because it lost its ball bearing.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Cheaply made-fell apart
from Forney, TX
About Me Casual Player, Ladies Game Night
I ordered the card holder which has a turntable on bottom so you can spin it around. First time used, the turntable fell apart. Flimsy & Cheaply made. However you can still use it, by just letting it sit still.
I would never buy this product again.
By plane jane
from Moore, OK
I would never buy this product or recommend it to anyone. I bought 2 and they were both broken in the first had of hand & foot canasta. They are not made well at all.
wind, wind, can't bother us !
from heaven, michigan
we sometimes play cards outside. this helps us ignore the nice breezes that would normally blow the cards away and also enables the deck to be pushed closer to the current player.