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Hi, Do you let your audience look at your boston box in your show?
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Are you talking About A box without A coin stuck to the bottom ? It's just part of the box design ! Nothing More! I have let people look at it for the last 35 years! I some time think Magicians Over think stuff like that! It's JUST A BOX!!!

And hay nice Name! Smile
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Yes a box without A coin stuck at the bottom Smile
Thanks, you to!
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I am thinking about buy this one: http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S10668
Is it a good idea to buy one with a slot or not, Brass or Aluminum?
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Only Get A slot If you want to do The Roth Slot stuff! For Me Slot stuff was a little too if-E ! I would Rather Have A Magnetic Box My self! So much more Sure! Smile
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If-E?
Have you any videoclip on David Roths slot box routine?
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No I don't I am sure It works Just find For Him! It was Just not for me! You had to turn The box over Just so much To get 3 of the 4 coins To fall out of the box! If you went to far The Last One would fall out that was not There. or so you told your Audience ! Smile
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Sorry I did not understand what "if-E" meant?
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If-E Something That is not Sure! It mite work Or Not Work! And I an sure That is not how You spell that! Smile
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Sorry for my bad english Smile
Ok, so slot box are not working everytime you use it, if you not have the perfect technique?
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Yea if you tip it Just A little to much The Coin will fall out when you don't want it to! Smile I am sure With Some work It would Be fine! But For me I just Want Some a Little More Sure! That Why I went With the Magnetic Box! I can Turn it All the way over And the coin will not full out! Smile
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I'm with David. I have a Slot Box and love it; BUT it's very iffy on handling with the right touch / angle of box.
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Here's a Roth performance of the slot box:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciB4C0Rk_1Q

One of my favourite routines in coin magic. I don't have a slot box, so perform this with an okito box (taught in his Expert Coin Magic book, on on his dvds) and it is a crowd favourite. So much magic and so many surprises.

I thought I would switch to a slot in the future, but after reading this I'm not so sure.
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David,

You mite like my four coin into a coin box, as well as my four coins out of a coin box! Both using A Boston box! I also have backfire Handling's!:)For more Info E-mail me coinjurer@comcast.net !
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David Fillary, you do the same routine without a slot box?
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Brass or Aluminum?
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Almost the same! mine is A 4 coin production from, the box 4 coins in, 4 coins Out, A backfire, And then the for coins Vanish from the box! And It used A Boston Box!
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I let people look at the my Boston box. But I also don't wax the coin in. If I did wax it in, I would NOT let them handle it. Also, I altered the standard looking bottom so as to not look like a coin 'goes there'.

Click here to view attached image.
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Yea looks great man! Smile
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IMO, the main thing with ANY Okito Box is to show it's SOLID. You can do that simply by showing all sides and tapping the inside and bottom with the edge of a coin. I do NOT hand out the box for examination as, again IMO, there is no need. I believe it borders on over-proving. Not needed. And, even though spectators are fascinated by the box, I've never had anyone ask to examine it.
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