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Fire Starter
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Saw this the weekend ,had a demo shown to me in the shop,I understand it has been out for sometime and was told it will be available soon,cool trick ,would like my own stamps tho,recgonisable one's as well.
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Just watched the demo. Looks nice. It'd be cool if you could do it on the back of a 9x12 envelope and end up with all four stamps stuck to the envelope in the right position for mailing. Smile
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WOW! That looks awesome!
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I was told by a Café member who owned it that the quality was very poor. From the way he described it to me I decided not to purchase it. it was that bad.
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Can 't comment on the quality as I never got to examine anything,the 2 bycle cards looked fine,think I have a rough idea how its done? ,did nt regonise the stamps he used tho,all looked very cool and I may get it.
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Fire Starter,

Please let us know your thoughts on the quality if you do purchase it. Thanks.
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This was one of the most disappointing products I've bought in a long long time. The lack of sharpness in the video, makes this look better than it really is. The stamps I received were poorly done and don't look like stamps you're use to seeing. They were also smaller than what's show in the demo. The DVD was also poorly done. It was according to Artco, who I contacted, 3rd generation video that they didn't think enough to reshoot. And how long is it you ask. It's approximately 3 minutes for both the presentation and explanation. I expected way more insights into the handling of both the cards and stamps then were provided. It had to be one of the worst teaching DVDs I've ever seen.

After a few emails back and forth with Artco over the quality of the materials provided, I never heard back from them again about replacing the stamps I received. In my opinion Artco did a great injustice to Mr. Rix with this offering. This was a terrible produced product and terrible waste of money.
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On 2012-03-25 22:00, motown wrote:
This was one of the most disappointing products I've bought in a long long time. The lack of sharpness in the video, makes this look better than it really is. The stamps I received were poorly done and don't look like stamps you're use to seeing. They were also smaller than what's show in the demo. The DVD was also poorly done. It was according to Artco, who I contacted, 3rd generation video that they didn't think enough to reshoot. And how long is it you ask. It's approximately 3 minutes for both the presentation and explanation. I expected way more insights into the handling of both the cards and stamps then were provided. It had to be one of the worst teaching DVDs I've ever seen.

After a few emails back and forth with Artco over the quality of the materials provided, I never heard back from them again about replacing the stamps I received. In my opinion Artco did a great injustice to Mr. Rix with this offering. This was a terrible produced product and terrible waste of money.
Arh think this may answer quite a few questions for us all,now the stamps did look small come to think of it and not recognisable as I had stated,if the stamps could be customised to be all countries then the trick could be more universal,mmm ,got me in deep thought now.
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It would require some work on your part to customize the stamps, but it could be done.
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Hie guys,
I have 'stamps matrix" and I can easely say that is a godd trick.
NO,the product is not poor,rhe cards are new and the stamps too.
Each time I did this trick,i received good reactions.
The bad thing is the price but I think,as I said,that is a very good trick and a good idea.
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