Feb
02

Review: MOO.COM Luxe Business Cards

We’ve been big fans of digital printing company MOO.COM for some time now, so when they reached out to us about their brand new product Luxe Premium Business Cards, we knew we just had to take a look.In case you’ve not come across MOO before, theyprint business cards, greeting cards,stickers,greeting cards, labels and much, much more.

<h3>A Little More About MOO</h3>

MOO was born out of a passionof beautiful, high-quality print and design – they makecreating and printing your ownunique products so simple.You can either upload your own artwork and designs, or select from one of MOO’s business card templates and personalize from there.

MOO also offers their unique ‘Printfinity’ technology which allows customers to print a different image on each business card, at no extra cost!

<h3>Luxe!</h3>

MOO have gone all out to create their own version of the traditional ‘letter press’ business card, bycombining award winning, Mohawk Superfine paper with MOO’s own Quadplex technology to make the ultimate business card. At triple the thickness and weight of most ordinary cards, Luxe boasts a rich seam of colour within the layers of paper, and a stunning, tactile quality that you won’t find anywhere else on the web.

Compared to most ordinary business cards, Luxe are the gold standard of paper quality – at 32pt, everyone who receives one will experience a quality and weight like no other card. With that in mind, MOO have invented a unique technology called Quadplex, (entirely unique to MOO) so that Luxe cards could look as spectacular as they feel. Quadplex compresses four layers of Mohawk Superfine paper together, including your choice of color in the center, creating an eye catching streak running through the fabric of every card. As a talking point, we think it’s pretty remarkable.

MOO Luxe Business Cards are available now at http://us.moo.com/products/luxe/business-cards.html

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19 Comments to “Review: MOO.COM Luxe Business Cards” | Leave a Comment!

  1. streaming says:

    Moo design cards are really awesome, high-quality stuff at low prices.

  2. Sally says:

    I’m also disappointed with the quality of my Moo business cards. I suspect that most of the positive buzz on the internet is from “affiliates” or employees of the company. The cards don’t look professional.

    • Nicola says:

      Hi sally, Have you checked out TOP CASH BACK reviews for MOO. There all negative, how long did it take for you to receive them? and how crap was the quality? would you say vista print is better? x

  3. john says:

    Interesting post.This is the first to hear about moo.com it provides many services to customers and this post have correct information for who are finding this topic.Thanks for sharing this information with us.

  4. Fraakz says:

    Thanks for writing about Moo Business Cards. They have done a good job with cards design.

  5. Printlyz says:

    Cool Designs..With a little creative ingenuity.

  6. A B says:

    Ordered some Moo business cards the other day after reading the relatively good reviews on the net.

    I come from a printing background myself – both digital and litho. Unfortunately I was not impressed by the quality of the cards I received. Whilst the colour reproduction was good the text and graphics was noticeably ‘stepped’.

    It’s a real shame that these cards didn’t live up to the hype or the rave reviews (such as the one above).

    Next printer please….

    • SethRamirez says:

      I’m an affiliate for moo.com and all anyone can ever say about moo.com is how awesome this printfinity is. Reviews always stress how great of quality their prints are. I got my prints for an amazing prices, and feel that I’m leaving a lot more than just a print. I’m leaving more of an amazing first impression.

  7. Robert says:

    Was very interested in getting a set of Luxe cards so I ordered a sample pack. I was very disappointed in the quality of not just the Luxe cards but all of the cards.

    Moo is great at presenting, marketing, and packaging their product that most people overlook that 100% of their product is printed digitally.

    The quality of digital is no where near the quality of high linescreen or stochastic offset printing.

    Most of the people that praise Moo products seem to be mesmerized by Moo’s packaging they overlook the final product which is horribly overpriced digital printing.

  8. G London says:

    I came across this post some time ago, ordered Moo Mini Cards and holder. Cards look so cute, great idea for small business owners.
    I wish the holder didn’t have Moo logo on it… well, what can we do! Great deal anyway. Paper and printing quality is great, thanks for your recommendation.
    If you want something unique – Mini Business Cards is a great choice.

  9. Great options for business cards. It is hard to find affordable business cards that have great quality. Since business cards are so important it is important to find quality.

  10. Brooke says:

    I have been trying to design my own card on this site with my logo and have found it to be not so user friendly. I have seen cards from Moo and they are beautiful. Am I missing something? Thank you for your review.

    • David Hunter says:

      I use Moo to make my business cards. As much as I love Moo’s simply designed website, uploading designs for your cards is not the easiest thing to navigate, however, their customer support is superlative and they keep long hours. They will walk you through the process. The first and most important step is to make sure that your color and print settings on your computer matches Moo’s. Again, customer support will be able to help you with this. Good luck.

  11. Bharat says:

    Moo design cards are really awesome, high-quality stuff at low prices.

  12. H says:

    This isn’t so much a review as a regurgitating of Moo’s own marketing. Would be great to read an actual review of the product.

  13. Javi Moreno says:

    Hi there,

    I think that your html code has broken I can see Luxe!….

    • I saw it too, Javi Moreno. You’re referring to this, no?
      Luxe!
      Doesn’t seem like a big deal. HTML isn’t broken. Wonder a little how it happened, doesn’t matter too much, not for us.

      I read about the Moo Cards, which I’ve wanted to try for years. Still haven’t had a reason though. Then I got curious, and visited YOUR website. I saw that it was designed, or linked, to Woo {something}. For a second I was confused, and thought that Woo was the same as the cards here. But these are Moo, not Woo! Things can be confusing. Nice website you have!


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