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True story: Before it dealt America’s favorite decks, high design was Bicycle’s bread and butter: The printers behind the company that would become Bicycle got their start making circus posters theatrical bills in the mid-nineteenth century. Which makes these re-designed premium “Robocycle” playing cards—complete with steampunk facecards—something of a return to form. Not to worry, though—they still shuffle, cut, bridge, and fan like 52 well-oiled machines.
The cards were really nice and have a cool updated design. Have used them for many card games and they have held up great. A great simple gift idea.4
Good looking playing cards. Feel good in your hand. Nice design. Would make a nice stocking stuffer. Great for solitaire and poker.5
Great product! Really enjoyed receiving this in my monthly box! Nice addition to the monthly box! great use for game night5
Usually my decks of cards end up stained and gross from alcohol. I'm usually not that concerned with their appearance.3
These cards are sturdy and have a great design to them. We always use this deck for poker night at my house.5
I'm mostly a solitaire player and haven't been able to bust these out for a poker night yet, but I will when I get a chance. The design is an interesting combination of old and modern, with the letter and number tracing like a traditional Bicycle deck and the modern Robotic theme of the deck.3
I haven't bought a deck of cards in probably a decade. These are a great quality deck, hold up well with use and feel great in your hand. Have put these in my bag I take everywhere and have used them surprisingly often.5
Loved it . Worked well! Will be ordering more when I finish!2
These are some very nice playing cards, which is often expected from Bicycle. Have used these on my last couple of backpacking trips!5
Though I have never wondered about the pattern on the back of my playing cards, I quite like these. They arrived shortly before my wife and I departed for Turkmenistan. During the flight I caught fellow passengers glancing at them as we played. Plus robots are neat!5