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Cory Gallupe
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I suggest getting instructions from your friend. It is fairly easy to do, but hard to explain. You have to get it around the MIDDLE part first, and then slide the sides through, and hook them on the elastic.
Like I said, very hard to explain.
Midwest_Magicians
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Just put one piece in at a time don't try to fit the whole quarter together in the rubberband it just won't work.
tbaer
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I'm not sure why the difference in bands, however, I have gotten some bands that are very easy to stretch over the whole quarter and I've had some bands that they are so tight it's hard to stretch it over part of the coin.
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Our favorite is to place three coins in the person's hand and make the coin disappear in front of their very eyes and in their hand!

I never thought of that routine with the quarter that have noticeable seams. Very interesting.
mtso2000
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I have had band so tight they break after a few uses
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Precision quarter is really nice, looks just like the photo. Tempted to use as is instead of borrowing a spec quarter. Why run?
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