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Martino
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Yes.
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Got this recently (better late than never) and am wearing it everyday. Love having it on as it's really a nice looking necklace if nothing else.

Yet, to be able to vanish a ring and then have it appear on the necklace is terriffic. And it certainly helps facilitate that in the way that it is crafted. And I say "crafted" because it is indeed that...so well thought out and elegantly made.

Now I do understand the past debate in this thread about the overall effect being, perhaps, a bit obvious (maybe it is, maybe it isn't, maybe to just us?). That said, I also think it's on the wearer to figure out how best to use it and the proper techniques to misdirect and separate the moments accordingly.

For me, its's a great looking necklace that can do some amazing thngs if I need it to whenever I feel like it.
lifeofwonder
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Looking forward to seeing this David! Thanks again.
J-Mac
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On Aug 10, 2014, lifeofwonder wrote:
Looking forward to seeing this David! Thanks again.


Not sure what you mean... This was released three years ago.

Jim
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Old thread for sure, but has anyone come up with a solution for when you're wearing a buttoned dress shirt collar, aside from loosening the tie, if you have one, and unbuttoning? It seems most often this would be our attire when doing formal close-up. Thanks!
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This is a really old thread, but I recently purchased this and started using it. I generally wear a collar shirt, and the chain tends to want to slide down behind my neck, pulling the front of the chain until it is choking my neck in front. So, it tends to go from a 30 inch chain in front to something that looks like a choker necklace.

Is anyone still using this?

Any comments or suggestions?

KJ
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OK, I guess not too many people using this any more.
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KJ, I never had that problem with mine. My biggest problem when I was performing "dressed up" was the fact that I wear suspenders under my jacket. My dress belts just don’t hold things up well. The suspenders kind of lock the chain into the area between the straps and don’t allow a ring to get from the entry point in back to where you want it to end up. Ring would just get stuck up near my neck!

However I never experienced - nor saw anyone else with - the problem you mention. The assembly at the top rear should prevent the chain from dropping as you describe, I would think. It would seem that the stiff parts wouldn’t be able to get down your shirt very easily. They should be spread apart and back from the back of your neck. Are you wearing it that way?

Jim
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In the DVD, he talks about tucking the back of the chain under your collar. I always wear a collar shirt. I find that after wearing it for some time, the weight of the back of the chain causes it to slide down my back and pull the front to my neck.

KJ
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Under you collar, as in, the outside of the shirt, so the ends are trapped at the back of the neck between the shirt and collar.
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Thanks, Bill. I didn't get that from his explanation. I'll try it.
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