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PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2007 11:06 pm 
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You don't have to keep buying elastics constantly. And really, they are cheap. Plus, to help with the effect, once the bands start getting worn out, all you have to do is move the coin a little bit. The big movement will cover the smaller movement.


Ooh yah! I never thought of that, thank-you fallingblood. Ummm a few more quick questions about the Coin Bite. First off, do the elastics break easily? How long do they normally last for?

And second, can anyone give me the link to a good Coin Bite and the elastics you need to buy, from Penguin Magic please?


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google521 wrote:
fallingblood wrote:
You don't have to keep buying elastics constantly. And really, they are cheap. Plus, to help with the effect, once the bands start getting worn out, all you have to do is move the coin a little bit. The big movement will cover the smaller movement.


Ooh yah! I never thought of that, thank-you fallingblood. Ummm a few more quick questions about the Coin Bite. First off, do the elastics break easily? How long do they normally last for?

And second, can anyone give me the link to a good Coin Bite and the elastics you need to buy, from Penguin Magic please?


You really need to learn to do stuff your self.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=8700

heres one... you can find the others and the bands yours self.
Its called using the seach function. Not very hard, a caveman could do it.


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DavidTheCryptic wrote:
google521 wrote:
fallingblood wrote:
You don't have to keep buying elastics constantly. And really, they are cheap. Plus, to help with the effect, once the bands start getting worn out, all you have to do is move the coin a little bit. The big movement will cover the smaller movement.


Ooh yah! I never thought of that, thank-you fallingblood. Ummm a few more quick questions about the Coin Bite. First off, do the elastics break easily? How long do they normally last for?

And second, can anyone give me the link to a good Coin Bite and the elastics you need to buy, from Penguin Magic please?


You really need to learn to do stuff your self.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=8700

heres one... you can find the others and the bands yours self.
Its called using the seach function. Not very hard, a caveman could do it.


I know how to search, just that there are no reviews on any of the Coin Bites that I looked at and so I thought those were the wrong ones.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 10:24 pm 
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i called penguin magic customer service on a monday like 3 weeks ago and it was like a half an hour befre it had to close and they didn't answer... it was Edited. i had a question about coin bite because i thought the 8.75 one by roy kuppers was just the explenation not the actual gimmick and everything. so becasue the customer service ppl are kind of idiots i had to buy from ellusionist for twenty bucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but most of the time the customer service are wonderful =)

but anyways my question is is the bite coin for 8.75 by roy kueppers the gimmick or teh explenation?


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 10:45 pm 
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JSWEET wrote:
i called penguin magic customer service on a monday like 3 weeks ago and it was like a half an hour befre it had to close and they didn't answer... it was Edited. i had a question about coin bite because i thought the 8.75 one by roy kuppers was just the explenation not the actual gimmick and everything. so becasue the customer service ppl are kind of idiots i had to buy from [edited] for twenty bucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but most of the time the customer service are wonderful =)

but anyways my question is is the bite coin for 8.75 by roy kueppers the gimmick or teh explenation?


You couldnt wait to order it? I am almost sure you could have waited to call them again the next day... or even email them.

Its not penguins fault, that YOU spent $20. Its your impatience and attitude...

You didnt have to buy it from there.

Who ever said these were the only shops to buy from? I know of plenty... that are the same price, or less.

:roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2007 11:03 am 
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what are the other shops? and its not penguins fault but i had to have them by christmas and i wanted them as son as possible so yeah it was 10 % of penguins fault and 90 % of my own but anyways. is the coin bite on penguin that is 8.75 the actual coin gimmick or is it just like an explention


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can anyone tell me if you buy teh coin bite by roy kueppers from penguin is it the explenation or is it the actual gimmick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Of course it's the actual gimmick, they would never sell just an explanation.


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AIIGHT THANKS DUDE


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**Sigh** :roll:

Please practice this trick guys.


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JSWEET wrote:
what are the other shops? and its not penguins fault but i had to have them by christmas and i wanted them as son as possible so yeah it was 10 % of penguins fault and 90 % of my own but anyways. is the coin bite on penguin that is 8.75 the actual coin gimmick or is it just like an explention


No its all your fault. Your choice, thus your fault.
"Had to have them" "I wanted them" :roll:
You wanted them, didnt need them. Again your choice.

Stop blaming other people and things for your mistakes, crappy choices, and lack of research.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2008 9:14 pm 
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take some midol david... you cranky Edited. i gave it as a gift i had to have it by december 25th................


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 7:29 pm 
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How often should I replace the bands exactly? Also, do you put one or two elastics in the groove?


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