This bender is one of the easiest to use I've ever seen. It has significant strength to bend all
kinds of metal. Although it can very stealthily be carried on your key ring it is somewhat heavier
than a regular key so it makes things bulkier. A great buy for people just getting into bending.
At first it is cheap but made excellent.
Second you take it wherever you go
It's just genius!!
Got it and watched it. loved it. You know exactly what you're getting from Sean. the gimmick is
impeccable, works like a charm right out the box, I do not leave home without it. Can be done
impromptu with some spectator management and a little bit of acting. I personally prefer to just
use a nice transfer or even in conjunction with the Xpert Coin Bend by Neil Tobin.
The bender is of HD quality ....
Takes less effort than pliers ....
If any time I'm
in the mood for coin bending ,,,, it takes hardly 12 seconds to prepare ..
GREAT PRODUCt ...
"ADD TO CART "
I am very surprised at how cheap this gimmick was yet how well made it was with a very nice box and
downloadable instructions. I don't understand the science behind it, but i have found it a lot
easier to bend metals with this [redacted] compared to my other coin benders! I'm 17 (and not very
strong) yet I have no trouble in bending English coins and keys.
What makes this purchase real
value for money though are the bending performances Sean teaches. They are seriously fooling yet not
too hard to do.
My one negative is the bender cant bend an English 5p coin as the coin is too
small, however I would never perform a coin bend with such a small coin anyway! Very impressed with
This is a really good coin bender and is well made there is someway you could do a real time bend
I'll just keep experimenting .
Even if you only do a simple coin bend in your routine, you owe it to yourself to get the
beautifully designed Benz Bender by Sean Fields. I used to use two sets of Leatherman tool pliers,
and it was a pain. Now I don't. This makes life so much easier. The design will remind you of the
old "door hinge method," but it's so well engineered that you don't even have to have strong hands
to accomplish a realistic bend. The supplied URL has Sean's instructions and routines. I just
chuckled because while I understand and appreciate difficult coin moves--and I'm thinking that the
two he demonstrates are quite difficult--I'm never going to do them. No mind, however, because this
thing goes everywhere in my impromptu mentalism bag. To think that there are devices on the market
that cost hundreds of dollars. This is a great value. Bravo, Sean!
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