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Ustaad
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On 2012-10-19 23:17, reedentertainment wrote:

* Element 80 is designed to lock in items better so that they will not slip out.


How - If may I ask please?

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P.S. I have said it elsewhere on this forum and I will say it here:

Design wise Element is 80 is exactly same as Roy Kueppers' "Superman Coin Bender" but with a very slight modification.

Others may hype the product as much as they want but IMO, mechanical advantage wise, Element 80 is not a very friendly tool. This is just my personal opinion.

One might like to checkout 'Twisting Spoon by Kikuchi'. This little tool is much more mechanically friendly.

Continue please . . . Smile
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On 2012-10-19 23:17, reedentertainment wrote:

* Element 80 is designed to lock in items better so that they will not slip out.


How - If may I ask please?

Smile
P.S. I have said it elsewhere on this forum and I will say it here:

Design wise Element is 80 is exactly same as Roy Kueppers' "Superman Coin Bender" but with a very slight modification.

Others may hype the product as much as they want but IMO, mechanical advantage wise, Element 80 is not a very friendly tool. This is just my personal opinion.

One might like to checkout 'Twisting Spoon by Kikuchi'. This little tool is much more mechanically friendly.

Continue please . . . Smile


Understand what you are saying. IMO, this is very friendly and works great. I have had no problem with my unit. Now I do not own "Twisting Spoon by Kikuchi" so I cannot speak on it's behalf. I can only speak of my experince with Element 80 and so far it has been a great one!

RNK
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I wish Narendra would design a bender. WHOA!!!!!! This guy is a genius.
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On 2012-10-25 21:50, Ustaad wrote:
Quote:
On 2012-10-19 23:17, reedentertainment wrote:

* Element 80 is designed to lock in items better so that they will not slip out.


How - If may I ask please?

Smile
P.S. I have said it elsewhere on this forum and I will say it here:

Design wise Element is 80 is exactly same as Roy Kueppers' "Superman Coin Bender" but with a very slight modification.

Others may hype the product as much as they want but IMO, mechanical advantage wise, Element 80 is not a very friendly tool. This is just my personal opinion.

One might like to checkout 'Twisting Spoon by Kikuchi'. This little tool is much more mechanically friendly.

Continue please . . . Smile
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Magic Magazine just put out a review......WOW
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On 2012-10-27 13:15, lunatik wrote:
Magic Magazine just put out a review......WOW



Care to elaborate?




Thanks,
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Like I originally said.


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On 2012-10-25 12:57, Stanyon wrote:
I dunno..."Element 80" got hammered in it's review in this months (Nov. 2012) MAGIC magazine.

Just sayin'.

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I've never seen them give such a scathing review in my entire life. you'll just have to read it for yourself.
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Thanks for all that reviewed ( I mean a BIG THANKS ). I would never have bought it without a review based on the demo because the demo only showed reactions. Without seeing a an actual, un-edited performance, you'd have to take his word on how easy it is to perform.

PASS and thanks again for those that bought it and saved others from doing so.
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James, thank you so much for the kind words.

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On 2012-10-26 22:30, Xiqual wrote:

I wish Narendra would design a bender.


HERE is one. Smile Smile

The bender was primarily intended to make pre-bent coins easily and effortlessly. The beauty of the bender is that the Lip Bend could be made at any position on the coin. It takes just about 3 seconds to put a bend (Curved or Lip).

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Stevens Magic Emporium Review - We find this item to be a very good utilty for keys and forks! We feel however, this item should be sold only for keys and forks. Using it that way, is still a great item well worth it's price. Bending quarters is "in our opinion" a little overzealous for this item. For the price - you can't beat this utility!
Michael Peterson
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Thank for sharing that Robert Smile

I use Element 80 every time I Perform,the twisted key twists their brains.


Mike
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Sooooo I should stick with fusion and liquid metal is what I am getting.
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Another Review

"ELEMENT 80 is a truly spectacular and "doable" system and an excellent addition to any performer's repertoire "
Paul A. Lelekis, Linking Ring Magazine 11/13/2012

We will have some perfomance video up sometime in January
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Anyone else get the "dick in a box" song stuck in their head after opening this? I have played around with this some. I think its cool. Coins are a !@#$% but Im not exactly Capt America either. Everything else is super easy. I was able to do a dime on day 1, but not very gracefully. I laugh every time I think of someone spotting this after I ditch it (backside). I can only imagine what they would think it was. I certainly don't think they would assosiate it with the effect I just performed which is good - but I think it would dominate their later conversations about their time with me. Smile
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