Review By: TheoldScanner69 - State: Wisconsin

Vendor: MagicFakes


Introduction

I was Given this ID to review by Magic. Here are my thoughts after doing a thorough review of the product.


Communication: 10/10

The vendor was more than great with communications and even with Freebies, communication was lighting fast.


Cost: 8/10

For a current price of $90, I feel as is the price doesn't match the current release. If Back UV was present I would say it is worth it at that point.


Shipping: 10/10

Got here in about 14 days with no issues, no complaints here!



signature: 10/10

Spot on just like the real ID.



Pictures:



template: 8/10

All the tiny details Wisconsin contains I'm sure must be a pain to implement but magic made sure most were covered, I will say though the font seems to be considerably bolder then the Physical O21 I used to review this. The background is also slightly more mono-tone then the real deal. Other then that I found it to be mostly accurate and only dock a few points.


photoshop: 10/10

Everything was very realistic in comparison to the physical O21 I have in hand the photoshop was spot on.


holograms/OVI: 10/10

There are no holograms on the Wisconsin, but the see-thru security window was done masterfully!


uv: 6/10

This was by far my most torn portion of the review, while upon first glance the UV looked gorgeous upon closer inspection I found it to most definitely be incorrect. Unfortunately, there is no back UV, But there is a back UV overlay on the real deal. In my opinion, this is where any hope of this being instate passable leaves. As you can see in this Imgur album the UV is quiet off.


scanning: 10/10

Scans fine into BCS and other apps with all the correct info.


conclusion: 8/10

In conclusion, I'd say magic came very close to having a spot on ID. This is definitely something I would recommend for use at most bars and liquor stores out of state. But there are some large issues in my opinion that prevent it from being a 1:1 or instate passably. The biggest of which is the drop test. Wisconsin's polycarbonate has a very specific sound when dropped onto a hard surface and it's very distinct. Unfortunately magic was not able to replicate this.