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  • posted byDoganCoruh on 10/13/2011

    It works perfectly. Just place your original card, press read button, place your empty new card press to write button and that's all! There is an extra hole near housing. Bad quality of the housing. Mine was closed with a semi-hard plastic tape but maybe it's not a con. Also be careful when you... Read more

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  • posted byfornex on 08/18/2010

    Works fine, as expected. Used it for making a clone of parking-entrance card. Usage is very simple, as someone above says. The left button is for reading, the right one for writing. Came with one blank card only, no keychain included! Some open casing holes around the box. As other say, use tape... Read more

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  • posted byNaveed3434 on 05/18/2010

    Shocked, worked on an RFID tag for a parking spot I'm renting. Was even able to reprogram one I found so counting the two the unit came with I have three extra's Had to come back to this site to figure out how to work it. -Current no cards in stock, only the keychain's :( Worked for me, was I HID... Read more

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  • posted bykaerez on 04/25/2010

    IT WORKS and its simple to use! 1)Place source card 2)Press read button 3)Place destination card 4)Press write button *)You can perform step 3-4 over and over... to write multiple cards at once (e.g. for RFID controlled car parking), also after step 4 you can also step directly to step 1 and do... Read more

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  • posted bythedriz on 04/06/2010

    Works fine for all 125khz tags tested and it can run on a 9v battery. It's simple to operate. Will not clone HID RFID tags (but it never says that it will and I don't think its even technically possible). Also I think the price is a bit high and the unit could be a bit smaller than what it is. a... Read more

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