... and the best part?
Created by Adam Wilber, with the worker in mind, Keepers feel spectacular right out of the box.
Thousands of you from all over the world have been raving about the custom stock, finish & design of the originals.
These are same incredible finish, but now marked..
Opening a standard deck is a chore. 20 minutes are instantly wasted breaking them in and smoothing the edges. A nightmare for any worker.
Where as Keepers feel smooth, as soon as you crack them open.
With stock as thin as a grain of sand, and a feel as soft as the splash of a gentle ocean wave. Keepers set a new expectation for what an everyday deck should feel like.
- Stock as thin as a grain of sand
- Easy to read markings
- Feels broken-in instantly.
- Deep red color allows sharpie signatures to be seen.
The back color was specifically chosen to invite trust, and go un-noticed by your audiences. Perfectly complimented by the recognizable pips and faces of a standard deck, featured on the fronts.
With the only tweaks being a custom Keeper Ace of Spades and the faces of the Jack and Queen of Clubs. An everlasting tribute to the creators' beautiful Wife.
"SEEK NOT A LIGHTHOUSE, GREATER THAN THE HUMAN MIND"
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I LOVE this deck of cards! I originally bought them because they were marked and cheap but as I started to use them I noticed that there was a duplicate card as well. These cards have a crushed stock and feel great in the hands. I might order half a brick more!
I purchased this deck primarily for the markings and the price. I have been very impressed with the way the cards handle and how they feel in my hands. The marking system is very simple and easy to see, but blends in well enough that you will not notice it unless you are looking for it. I highly recommend this deck.
I just received my red Keeper Master decks today and of course had read the reviews about the 6 & 9 of diamonds issue, and the conflicting info in the reviews.
Two things on this issue:
- The reviews which indicate it's a problem are correct. Due to the polarity issue with a card being right side up or upside down, this is a serious oversight IMHO and should have been dealt with during the conception phase (sorry Adam, this is a real issue despite the explanation and suggestion to ask the spec about low or high, not practical and a huge oversight)
- The good news is that for all Adam's work on this, it's an easily fixed issue; quickly, cheaply, and unnoticeable to a spec. The red on these happens to be indiscernible from the red of a retractable ultra fine Sharpie (if you dont have these, Amazon has a red-blue-black set cheap, they'll last you years of deck marking). Using a bright light so you can see well, simply make a tiny dot of red in the diamond of the 6 or 9 in the corner closest to the number, giving it a light quick whisk with a fingertip toward the red of the card, not into the white of the diamond. I marked my 9s this way and it's perfect. There is no shine whatsoever. The idea here is to slightly alter the diamond so it's obviously not quite a diamond, but you know it's the 9 (or the 6, your choice) due to the slight mod. Easily seen by the worker and as imperceptible as the markings themselves to the spec. Don't forget to do all 4 marks on the card and do the same corner of the diamond (I did the corner of the diamond closest to the marked number )
Other than this issue, these are brilliant and feel fantastic. A marked deck with the versatility that was put into the markings, having this gorgeous feel, and the unbelievable artwork of Oban Jones indeed makes this deck live up to it's moniker, this deck is DEFINITELY a keeper! Keep up the great work!!