Z Fold Wallet 2.0 by TCC

Accessory by TCC Playing Card Co.
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Z Fold Wallet 2.0 by TCC

19.95 usd

Accessory by TCC Playing Card Co. (19.95)

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Here's a fabulous gimmicked wallet that will enable you to perform miracles.

Show a window portion of a wallet to be empty. Moments later, a selected and signed card appears in it! Or have cards change, or even have predictions change (from an incorrect prediction to one that's correct!). Or have a card disappear from the wallet, only to be found somewhere else. So many possibilities!!

- High quality wallet (pure black, artificial leather).
- Wallet has an automatic locking system.
- Designed for poker-sized cards.


Customer reviews for Z Fold Wallet 2.0 by TCC



TCC Presents' Z Fold Wallet is well made and fairly classy looking. It is made of "pleather" or "vegan Leather" but I wouldn't be too concerned of that. It seems like it should hold up well over time and really seems like it might be genuine leather at first glance. It seems to work best for switching a single card versus a packet of cards so keep that in mind if you were hoping to switch a packet of cards. And it is even a bit tight for a single card when brand new. I managed to stretch mine slightly which helped to more easily slip a card in or out.


Tun Guan

In terms of quality, is good. I have a few different Z-Fold wallets and the only downside I can say is the size of the wallet is a bit small and will fit billets, folded bills name cards etc. nicely but for poker size cards, might be a bit too tight.
To note, the most inner slot "does not go through" to the other side like some Z-fold wallet of such design could. FYI.



The wallet itself is quite small and narrow but it works as a Himber wallet. There is barely room for a credit card, a couple of bills and the card in each side. Of course, the appearance when you show the wallet is impressive, it looks like an authentic one. In fact, I think it could be used as an everyday wallet.In addition to the size, another drawback is that it is not possible to distinguish which side is which. Although in the instruction video they say that there is a brand, in mine the two logos are exactly the same. I've fixed it with a marker dot, but TCC is supposed to deliver quality and shouldn't have those flaws.




Joseph Ritche


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  • Michael asks: Can an audience member open the wallet with the lock system in the wallet?

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    • Jim asks: Is the wallet long enough to carry bills without folding them?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No. It's designed to fit poker size playing cards so anything larger than that would have to be folded.
    • Bob asks: Hi guys is THIS particular wallet good for holding FOUR playing cards? Thankyou

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It should be fine with four normal cards.
    • Andres asks: Can I insert a cart into it from the palm, I mean, the traditional cartr in the wallet jacket?

      • 1. Jim answers: While you might be able to do that, the wallet is not designed for that.
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    • Joseph asks: How many cards can be switched in it?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: 3-4 comfortably.
    • Prince asks: is the rainbow gimmick by patrick kun fit in the wallet?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It can fit but the window cutout might block some parts of that gimmick.
    • George asks: Are there methods of doing it which are are Easy and don’t require palming

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