This has taken my misers dream to another level. I have several of these secretly placed all over
the place and as I progress through the show coins are continueously appearing. The delivery system
is amazing. They land almost perfectly in your hand every time and you can use quarters,halves,or
dollars. Showing both hands empty then dropping handfuls of coins into a bucket from nowhere is so
much better than one coin at a time.
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this servant, and 'made of metal, really done well, can hold 10/2 dollars, taking dallla serving
and' very simple, it offers infinite possibilities' for those who make games with coins, great.
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These coin droppers work perfectly. the coins are secure and release quickly and quietly. Holds US
1/2 dollars or silver dollar size coins just fine.
I devised a velco method to attach them
to my belt and or garment instead of the provided safety pin. It's faster and easier to set up.
I also glued a little piece of felt on on each inside surface to minimize a small amount of coin
rattle. It cost 2 regular coins or 1 palming coin I did this for close up performing situations,
but in most stage situations this is not necessary.
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If you're getting this, you already know what it's for. This one is heavy duty, solidly made, and
works like a dream.
I bought this, "hoping" it would suit my purposes. I give away gold
foil wrapped chocolate coins, and needed a way to "catch" several at a time. One of these droppers
will hold FIVE chocolate coins, and drop then quietly into your hand.
Even though not
specifically built for this, it worked perfectly, every time, and I am quite pleased with the
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This is a very well made product and works very well. Bought this to go along with my Solaries Coin