Probably the other best known brand among plastic playing cards. COPAGS have been known as a value brand compared to KEMs as COPAGS retail for almost half the cost. COPAGS also offer a bit more variety compared to the KEMs. They come in bridge and poker sized cards with standard and jumbo indexes but they also have a few more options. Offerings include poker peek indexes, four indexes, and four color decks.
COPAGS are thin and textured. The cards are pretty snappy given how thin they are. Warping is rare among these decks but it does happen. I do not know of a remedy for fixing warped COPAGS. The most common complaint about these decks is the quality of the ink. Colors are noticeably faded compared to other brands. Color transfer from front to backs are reported. Ink chipping on the face cards are reported as well. I have had no problems with my decks after years of use but I also rotate out decks very often. Print quality is the lowest of all the decks I own but it in no way affects play. These are good cards. Setups will sell for $15-$25.
COPAGS are on the right side of the photo. I think I will replace this photo later. Poker size on the left side, top to bottom: Centennial, 1546, Four Color Jumbo, 1546. Bridge size on right, top to bottom: Script and EPOC.
A variety of options. Top to bottom: poker sized regular index, poker sized four color jumbo four index, poker sized jumbo index, and bridge sized jumbo index.