Occasionally I see some interesting travel related products being crowd funded that I think you guys might be interested in. We’ve talked about the Tropic travel shoe, the Cleansebot bacteria killing robot, and the Hypercube charger, among others. Here’s a few of the travel related crowd funded projects that I’ve seen
Today I wanted to talk a bit about the Air Deck travel playing cards kickstarter.
It is on Kickstarter only through for about 2 more weeks (through February 21st). All Kickstarter links in this post may pay me a commission if you boost the project through my link.
Air Deck travel playing cards features
The Air Deck travel playing cards come with
- 52 Playing Cards + 2 jokers
- Waterproof and washable
- Compact travel friendly size
- Light weight
- Durable heavy-duty ‘casino quality’ 0.31mm PVC
- Premium printing
- Slightly textured on both sides for better handling
- Sturdy 0.4mm waterproof synthetic paper tuck box
- Playing card size : 3.43 x 1.26 inches (87 x 32mm)
- FREE tracked international shipping!
Here are a few pictures of the Air Deck travel playing cards.
They’re small enough that you can fit them on say the back of a plane tray table
Air Deck travel playing cards video
Here’s a video showing off some of the different options and features of the Air Deck travel playing cards
Air Deck travel playing cards backing levels and cost
The Air Deck travel playing cards is on Kickstarter and has currently raised over HK$650,000 (about USD$83,000) from a goal of only about USD$5,000. Here are a few of the levels that you can back the project at
- HK$79 (about USD$10) for one pack of cards
- HK$149 (about USD$19) for two packs of cards
- HK$219 (about USD$28) for three packs of cards
- HK$249 (about USD$35) for four packs of cards
- Or if you’re really into cards, you can get 100 packs for HK$4,299 (about USD$548)
Again, here is the link to back the Air Deck travel playing cards kickstarter – you have only until Wednesday February 21st to back the project, and the cards are currently scheduled to ship in March 2019
What do you think of these travel playing cards? Planning on backing this? Leave your experience in the comments!