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Honolulu, Hawaii
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Anyone using this precision gimmick? How does it compare in versatility vs. an Ellis Ring?
RJ Hunt
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Lakeland, FL
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Do you mean the "Wedding Band Ellis Ring" by Joe Porper...this is a great item and is way more versatile than the standard Ellis Ring (Johnson Products). The JP ring is designed to be worn on the finger where as the normal Ellis ring is much larger (1.5" to 2" Dia) and lacks motivation...Joe has taken a great prop and made it better, like he always dose...
Pete Biro
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1933 - 2018
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You beat me to it. The ring looks like a simple gold wedding band and is very easy to use.
Lawrence O
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Greenwich (CT)
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Beautiful work
Magic is the art of proving impossible things in parallel dimensions that can't be reached
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......It is well-made but is a size 12.5.
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Is it only available in one size?
I sure it's crazy expensive.
It's sucks to be poor! Smile

Edit: I just check, not bad at $97.00
Be great if it was available in stainless steel, so I wouldn't have to polish it.

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