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What size nut and bolt is good for this?
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I can't wait to recieve mine in the mail.
I found a clip of Paul Romhany doing it with his finger ring as well.
I was wondering if the mint was the only useable item ,but watching Pauls clip cleared this up for me.
I think I will do the mint first,eat the mint and repeat with a borrowed ring.
Sigh,the postman had no magic today,maby tomorrow.
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Slomotion came today,it's the new 00.2 version
I was able to perform it straight after watching the dvd.
It comes with ,straw,stick,mint,gimmick,five spare &*^%$#,which should keep the mint rolling for a long time.
and yes I was able to get my wedding ring to spin as well ,but it span a lot slower than the mint.
it makes a very slight noise ,but, this is very easy to cover up.
You can choose how fast the mint spins by moving it along the stick to a different possition.
Yep I am happy with my purchase, 9/10.
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Sorry ,there are six &*#$%^ if you count the one that is already installed.
Im off to spin some more.
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I can get the mint to roll a lot easier on the stick and hardly at all on the straw?
Any ideas ?please pm me
thanks
Jon.
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Afraid not Jon. I have never gotten a straw to work very well - if at all. And the wood stirrer must be thin enough, and smooth - I usually have to sand mine a bit with a nail buffer. I can't even imagine spinning a nut onto a bolt with mine.

My SM is very quiet; I'll give it that. But not very powerful.

Thank you.

Jim
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Bought a pack of Australian Lifesavers,they are about one third smaller than the one that came with the trick.
the hole is a bit bigger ,but they still work ok.
I like the idea of eating the mint to show it's normal.
And your breath smell great as well lol.

Seems we are in the same boat J-Mac,let's hope some one can help us as I think the straw looks the best to me,
and I don't want to waste to many %^&*#@,trying to get the straw move happening.
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Hey Jon,I use plastic stirrers from McDonalds. They work quite well with Aussie lifesavers.
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I was just playing with a heavy spinner ring on a wooden coffee stirrer,works great.

The ring has 8 raised scorpions & is antiqued,it looks kinda spooky.


Just tried it with one of these-
http://www.my-jewels.com/servlet/the-206......s/Detail

(great for a 4 digit prediction)


Nice slow rotation,looks really nice.


Mike
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Thanks Chappelly,Ill try to grab some today.
My stepdaughter works at Mac.s that's a bonus
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No luck only plastic spoons.
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PM me your address and I will send some to you Jon.
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Pm sent ,thanks
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Thanks Chappelly,they came today.
I had to fold them a bit to make them fit through the lifesaver
but they do the job nicely,cheers.
Jon
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Still no real luck with the straw,doh!!!!!!!!
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On 2012-11-26 20:41, Jon Blakeney wrote:
Thanks Chappelly,they came today.
I had to fold them a bit to make them fit through the lifesaver
but they do the job nicely,cheers.
Jon


Glad to see they arrived Jon.These are the ones I use all the time. Yes you do have to bend them a bit to fit.
I've had no luck with straws either.

Chappelly
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I have version 2 for sale if anybody is interested. Free P&P in the UK. Ask internationally. Thanks
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I have given up on using the straw,maby two gimmics are used in the demo.
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I really love this little piece of magic! I always keep this with me along side Ignition ( Magic Smith) as its perfect on pocket space and impromptu along with multiple uses outside of it created use if you know what I mean! Also the gimmick doesn't get in the way when I perform other tricks with it. I spent huge money on Ultracinese and although it served me very well Slow Motion is for me anyway a far better idea, also it's great to be sleeveless . 10/10 for me guys.
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After reading multiple reviews about Slomotion, I decided to take the plunge. Came in the mail today and I'm really pleased with how well it works. Like some of the others here, I too bought ultracinese and found it very finicky and has since sat in my closet for years. Although I haven't used it yet for any laypeople, I'm really excited to try! Mine does make a slight bit of noise but I'm sure that once I'm in the restaurant performing, the ambient noise will cover it. I bought normal lifesavers (as I'm not a fan of the mint ones) and was disappointed to discover that the hole is too small to even try. I have a feeling that even if it was big enough, the slightly tacky texture would make it difficult to spin. For now I'll just have to stick to the white ones.
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