T-093 Card Changer

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Please Rate T-93 Card Changer

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09 Superior
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08 Excellent
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07 Very Good
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06 Pretty Good
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Total votes: 7

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T-093 Card Changer

Post by JohnM » Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:25 pm

Name: Card Changer

T-Number: T-93

Inventor: Shigeru Sugawara

Year: 1978



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Re: T-093 Card Changer

Post by MadisonPresents » Tue Apr 24, 2018 5:23 pm

I love this thing. It’s so versatile. I’ve seen some complaint about it being moody, but I’ve found with a consistent speedy/slightly forceful push, it works beautifully every time.

And the optical illusion involved is hard to beat. One of my favorites in my collection. :)

Madison

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Re: T-093 Card Changer

Post by VictorS » Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:47 am

Interesting to see how the people rate this :) :) Seems that everyone have their own taste.

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Re: T-093 Card Changer

Post by Brett H » Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:14 pm

VictorS wrote:Interesting to see how the people rate this :) :) Seems that everyone have their own taste.
I haven’t seen a Tenyo rated in such a way. Usually it’s one of two opinions. We now have 5

What’s with the even division of options?
Where's my colon?!

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Re: T-093 Card Changer

Post by David DeTenyo » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:10 am

If it works, it's excellent;) It has been a very long time since I tried it, but I remember it worked about 80% of the time, and a lot has to do with how you hold the case - so some practice is needed :)

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