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Flipper Coin (US Quarter)
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Two half dollars are freely shown and placed in the left hand. Commenting that the weight of the two coins is too heavy, the magician gives his left hand a rest by placing them in his right hand. But alas, his right hand gets tired as well, so to solve his problem he lessens the burden of his right hand by instantly causing one of the coins to magically travel to his left hand... a fifty-fifty split.
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Difficult to Operate Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 19th, 2003
Because of the weight of this quarter, it is difficult to operate it with the slight "flick" the instructions say to use. I end up having to pry it open with a fingernail. That kind of gives away the trick. So I would recommend the HALF DOLLAR Flipper Coin. It should have enough weight to set up easily in one hand.
It's pretty good Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 5th, 2006
Yeah, it's light, but I don't think that's such a big deal. I can set it up with one hand without problems, but it TAKES PRACTICE. I own both the quarter and the half-dollar flippers, but prefer the quarter.
AWESOME coin but takes practice Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2006
When I first received this high quality gaff I thought that I would never master it. However, the practice it takes to make move fluent is worth the results. The flipper coin opens whole new doors in the world of coin magic. Coin through tables and coins across are as easy as breathing. It really is hard to use it if you practive even just 30 minutes!
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