I always heard people talking or discussing about this. I even at that time was very skeptical about
this clip. It looks simple and does nothing. Well, how wrong I was when I finally bought mine!
The clip is superb quality, the best from Mr Porper. It is sleek, simple and doing its job
greatly. I cannot believe how light it is when I hold it. Some might think its too simple that it
won't do anything to your deck, but that's the beauty of it! Simple and elegant but works extremely
fine. And it's very lightweight! I got a deck of cards which is still in great condition for
fanning and spreading. It is a bit dirty but I can feel it's still in great condition to perform.
Don't worry about the price, it's a long term investment that will prolong the life of your
decks! So if you have a deck that you love it so much, put it inside one of these clips!
ADD TO CART! Penguin has the best offer!
- Best quality of
- 110% will fix bent decks
- Prolong the lifetime of your decks
materials to protect your deck
- The only cons I feel is that it is too tight
that might do small damage to the box. But it's a lot better having a damaged box rather than
damaged deck. Just keep using the same box when you put a deck of cards into this.
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There's a reason Joe Porper's clips are the first brand that come to mind in terms of clips. Before,
I was using a standard art of play classic clip and it did a pretty good job of flattening the deck.
Nothing against theirs but the standard porper clips blow all other brands out of the water. For
some reason, the metal is much lighter and thinner than other brands, but feels timeless. They
almost never lose their pressure and keep your deck flat. This is a must for any card workers
experiencing deck click or warps in their decks. Deck presses are good but take several days to a
week. In a day or two of being in a porper clip, your deck will be nice and flat. Save yourself the
money and just invest in one of these. It's really all you need.
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This is best for carrying the deck around in your jeans pocket. It's help protect the cards and the
box. What else can be better?? This is the best
Basically if you own cards or do card tricks buy one...
No other card clip I have owned
compares, you are wasting your money if buy some other crappy clip.
Solid, perfectly made,
I would class this as art.
Very nice. My first card clip. Good choice.
For years, I've wanted a way to carry a deck of cards in my pocket - without damaging the cards, or
the outer case. I tried different ideas, including a cell phone case that clipped to my
belt...which fell off without me realizing it, resulting me losing the $18 case and the $35 deck of
The Joe Porper black metal card case is the solution I've been searching for. I
love it. Actually bought two. The deck of cards fits perfectly into the case, which fits snugly
into my pocket, protecting the cards and keeping them free from dog ears, wear and other damage.
Does what it is suppose to, easy to use. I would recommend using an old beat up card box just for
This is an Amazing Card Clip that looks awesome! Also it is super strong u can drop it, even a run a
car over it, and it wont break or ruin the cards in any way. The tight sealed card clip is very
elegant looking and helps the cards remain in great shape (new) for a longer period of time. Instead
of putting the entire card case in the clip, I find it easier to just put the 52 cards in the clip
and then I'm ready to go. Although it is a great clip, one downside of the clip is that it may be
slightly more difficult to put a card box with 52+ cards in the case. Other than that, a great buy.
Does what it says on the can. Neat, well made. I've been building a gaffed deck recently and because
of the nature of the gaff, if it wasn't for the clip the deck would already be looking warped. But
stuck back in the clip it soon sorts itself out. A good buy.
Superb construction and rigid. Bought 2. One for my invisible deck and one for the regular. I
recommend it to anyone who wants to keep those cards flat. I usually have 52 + 2 doubles in my deck
and I carry only a single deck for my tricks besides the Invisible deck on and off.
fit and the card clip does what it's supposed to do. Don't think it will fit more than 54 cards.
Seriously... get 2.