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rannie
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Can anybody help me find one? I have always loved this effect. I saw a European magician perform this some time back. The name escapes me but this is how I always wanted the copenetro/ copentro to be performed.

Thanks guys!
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

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lorenwade
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I have done a great deal of seaching and I cannot find out which ones are remote controlled. I believe the "deluxe" is remote controlled, but there isn't anything documenting that.
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A coin holder or accessory?
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rannie
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Yup.... same results buddy!
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
aka The Boss
aka The Manila Enforcer

www.rannieraymundo.com
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polygonsmagic
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Collectors workshop silver odyssey 2. It uses a silver tray and will deliver 4 coins via small remote.
lorenwade
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My research shows that the Silver Odyssey II is well over $1k to purchase. That's pretty steep.
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goldeneye007
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El Duco sold a very similar effect using a ring instead of coins. It was called Solid Gold I think and was electronically driven. I don't know if it's still available (couldn't find it on his website) but the price was not too high (for an electronic device).
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I always thought a remote activated or even something like a clock timer driven Copenetro would be awesome. Activate the switch and seconds later the drive activates the coin launch and stops, .... activate the switch again, and the drive advances to the next coin and repeats.

I recall actually seeing one for sale a year or so ago on I think ebay,(may have been somewhere else), but it was Home Made and very high priced. If I recall, it was clicker remote activated, with small servo motors launching the coins.

I am really surprised no one has made a commercially available remote activated model.
GeorgeG
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A clock timer spring mechanism was used in the original Silver Odyssey, then the electronic remote was introduced in Silver Odyssey II. Steep price?...the mechanism is a true work of art once you've seen it.
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On 2009-12-02 17:12, polygonsmagic wrote:
Collectors workshop silver odyssey 2. It uses a silver tray and will deliver 4 coins via small remote.


Thanks, I love them!
mike storz
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I wonder if Remote Guy can make something. Nick, if you're reading this, what do you think?
Jonathan Townsend
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IMHO the remote trigger (on command) aspect is not so much the problem - it's the pressure on the thing that makes the coin(s) do what they do that has to be overcome.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
magicmann
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I was lucky enough to pick up a Silver Odyssey II a couple of years ago. It really is a miracle and I always get comments after the show

Paul
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I was just fortunate enough to purchase a Silver Odyssey III and having played with it for awhile yesterday, I am extremely impressed and pleased with it. It is an amazing piece of Magic technology and works beautifully. Congratulations to George Robinson and Collectors Workshop on this Marvelous effect and a personal thank you to George and Carol for their great customer service. When Covid allows, I look forward to sharing my new favourite effect in conjunction with my Marvelous Coin Casket ( to vanish coins one at a time) with audiences and baffling them.
All the best to my fellow magic devotees in this troubled time.
Eric.
Jxb1989
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Has anyone played with the copentro deck or Kennedy’s coins to glass (forget the name).
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