Keepers Deck by Adam Wilber
Keepers are the lighthouse and saviour to your work with cards.
Conceived by Adam Wilber and brought ashore by Oban Jones, Keepers are possibly the rider-backs of the future.
A beautifully classic design that stays quiet while your magic does the talking.
Created with the worker in mind, Keepers feel spectacular right out of the box.
Opening a standard deck is a chore. 20 minutes are instantly wasted breaking them in and smoothing the edges. A nightmare for any worker.
You want a deck to instantly feel comfortable in your hands, as an extension of you.
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.
DESIGNDesigned with the most common deck in mind. The Keeper Deck is an advancement of a superb classic.
The backs 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.
FREE TRICK INCLUDEDIf that's not enough, every brick comes with a FREE trick.
Shameless Plug by Adam Wilber is fast-paced routine that starts with a transposition and ends with your business card appearing IN the spectators hands.
It's something Adam performs at EVERY gig to ensure that EVERYONE goes home knowing who he is and how to book him for his next show.
Essential for any worker.
"Seek not a lighthouse, greater than the human mind"
Throw out those blunt-cut bikes. These are Keepers.
Two words: love them
These cards are great! Thin, smooth and durable. They're very different than Bicycle as there is room in the deck box for more cards. I have yet to be questioned about the back. Use them for every occasion. Can't imagine a better playing card.
This deck is awesome (but...)! Stock is thin and soft but still feels substantial and doesn't take a crease easily. Kind of waxy at first and had a clumpy phase early on before polishing back up with more use. Handles well and lasts a long time... however, it falls just short of perfect. How can it be a replacement for standard decks when it has 2 nonstandard faces? I understand the desire to "sign" such beautiful work but it limits the overall design. These would be perfect with all standard faces and is the only reason I refrain from buying them by the brick.