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PENA-COIN A Quarter Magically Penetrates Thru a Sheet of Rubber!
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not really worth it Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 2nd, 2012
It shows well, the effect is good and visual but totally impracticable. Given the setting that Jay is showing the demo, I have yet to find a way to set it up in a public place, like a bar. Certainly not impromptu as the demo might suggest.
GREAT TRICK Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 25th, 2009
This trick is awesome. Easy to do. And gets good reactions. Two problems if u leave the rubber in hot places it becomes stiff and breaks. I would have given this trick a 4/5 BUT penguin magic always has this trick out of stock. Every couple of months i come to see if they have it and its always gone! Otherwise like i said 4/5
Al Cohen showed me this Trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 25th, 2016
I first saw this at Al's Magic Shop in Wash DC. I was 10 at the time and this kindly old man in a brown sweater approached. The Magical wizard first took a silver dollar and threw it back and forth between his hands several times - then asked me to squeeze his hand as hard as I could. He then dropped the silver dollar into my hand and it was bent and curved from my squeezing !! I tried to straighten it - to no avail. I was not just a spectator . . . he had me do the squeezing !! Then up came the glass with rubber sheet and nickel on top. He asked me to push down on it with my finger. I could feel the rubber just "swallow up" the coin underneath my fingertip. Again I was not just a spectator - I was doing the trick !! I will never forget that kindly old man.
Simple fun... Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 10th, 2015
I've had this trick in the magic box for years. Takes a minor bit of setup, but it performs very well with no skill level required. Honest, no skill required....lol. Check it out, it's fun.
Mind-boggling magic trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 26th, 2012
This was one of the first tricks I ever bought online and it's still my all-time favorite. It's the only trick I know where the solution to pulling it off is even more amazing than the effect.
Those who have trouble with the setup might try using a half-inch by six-inch cylinder to load the quarter. Some folks use bottles if they are narrow enough.
I first had problems with spectators accusing me of grabbing and hiding the quarter. The solution: let THEM push the quarter through.
Those who have a problem with the impromptu aspects of the trick are right, it is a problem that requires imagination beforehand depending on your situation, but pull this trick off right and they'll be rubbing their eyes in disbelief!
Clever idea... BUT... Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 9th, 2010
Yes, this is that same old Pena-Coin trick that everyone has seen; glass with a sheet of solid latex on top, then a quarter laying on the latex. YOU can put YOUR finger on it and PUSH it through the latex... Pretty cool idea!
The only problems I had with this (and the reason it got 3 stars)...
1.Impractical: Because of the setup required, this became a challenging feat to do this when I wanted to and had the props necessary around.
2.HARD: The set-up, and MAYBE this is just me, was REDICULOUSLY hard to get right ONE time, let alone more than once. There are tips and tricks listed in the booklet that comes with this, but I really still couldn't do it after hours of trying.
It could just be me, but I really didn't find a way to be able to use this effect... If you do, then this is a five star. If you can't (like I couldn't) then this is a 3 (just for the clever idea).
A cool trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 7th, 2010
I bought this trick from my local magic shop a long time ago and I really loved it. You wrap a piece of rubber around a glass and tie it off with a rubber band. A quarter, or other coin (completely ungimmicked) is placed on top of the rubber sheet and is clearly seen sitting ON TOP. You simply rub the top of the coin and it instantly penetrates through the rubber sheet into the glass. If you want, the spectator can even push the coin through, but like all "gimmicks" just be careful. I use gimmick in quotations because it isn't really a gimmick at all. Actually everything can be examined. After a while, the rubber sheets will break though, so you might want to buy some extras.
Great for beginners Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
Beginners will benefit from practicing presentation with this effect. The prop is pretty basic. You may need to find additional dental dam.
affordable! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
Simple yet effective. What a fun and easy trick to perform. Nothing spectacular here in what you get - plain and simple, yet easy to set up and perform. Always gets amazing results. Spectators see the coin melt through the rubber and ping into the cup. Best of all this is very affordable. How can you go wrong. Oh, and there is a free instructional video too! Even better.
Great trick Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 7th, 2007
This is a great trick i love how u end clean. it lost a star because its not fully examinable at first i love it though for 3 bucks man that is one of my favorite tricks definately buy it
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