Runs quieter than a battery card shuffler. With hand crank shuffling system, dead batteries are no problem. Lightweight machine that's easy to carry. Not as rough on the cards as other options, so cards last longer.
Older playing cards may cause the unit to jam or to not be engaged. Doesn't work as fast as some.
Will work with cards of varying sizes. Fun for kids to watch. Ships with 6 decks of playing cards, making it a tremendous value. Not a perfect performer, but it does an adequate job for the price.
Runs from C batteries, but you must buy them separately. Some cards may fly out of shuffler.
Shuffling occurs quickly. Works well, but it does take a bit of practice in loading cards to have success. Operates quieter than most automatic shufflers that run from batteries. Will work with multiple sizes of cards.
No C batteries included. Motors on the machine slow down when attempting to shuffle 4 decks.
Allows for shuffling of up to 6 decks at once, although it tends to work better with fewer cards. Lightweight model before the batteries are inserted, making it easy to carry with you anywhere. Easy to set up and use.
No C batteries included. Will not work with some odd-sized cards. Suffers from jams regularly.
Will shuffle up to 6 decks at one time, but also good for just one or two decks. Jams are rare. Seems to work better with newer cards that haven't seen a lot of wear.
Doesn't ship with C batteries. Above average noise level when running. Questionable longevity.
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