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Titanas
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Coin to Wallet is a super practical system for loading a signed coin (or any other small object) into a drawstring bag inside of your wallet. The object really is in the bag when you take out your wallet, so the handling is very clean. You are provided with the complete system that you can use with virtually any wallet (no wallet is provided) and an online tutorial that covers everything you need to know, from applying the system to your own wallet to multiple handlings for the vanish of the object.

More info: https://www.murphysmagic.com/Product.aspx?id=65555

Best regards,
Titanas
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Looks great.
Does it have to be in that red bag?
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Can the wallet be in your back pocket?
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Seems like an old tried and true method which is good, but I’m curious if there are any new touches added to the actual gimmick?
Any clothing restrictions?
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It says on the sites I got a preorder link from that there are two versions of the effect - one which requires some jacket pocket modification and one that doesn’t.
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That looks great and if using ones own wallet, it gives a lot of possibilities.. I am curious how practical it really is. Waiting for real reviews Smile
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Videoman, I confirmed from someone selling this product that a jacket is required
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Just buy one of the $1,500 suits from Magic Tailors and the modification is already done for you Smile
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I already own Nest of wallets. Do you guys think it's a good idea to buy this?
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I would say no. Nest is close to unbeatable and you don’t have to modify any clothing. People that buy this are only doing so because of the vanish/reproduction he shows at the beginning of the trailer. That’s the version that requires a jacket and modification. So it won’t be practical/doable for most people.
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Yeah, Nest is hard to beat
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On Feb 10, 2020, MR Effecto wrote:
Can the wallet be in your back pocket?


Hi! You can make it appear directly in your wallet without the red bag or even in your favourite nest Smile
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On Feb 11, 2020, dooblehorn wrote:
Videoman, I confirmed from someone selling this product that a jacket is required

Hi! I will have the item in Blackpool and I can tell you that you have different versions, ( modifying the jacket and without doing it, with jacket, and shirt also Smile ) you can adapt the gimmick really easy and play with it in different ways. If you attend Blackpool I will be happy to show to all of you the item Smile
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Wonder whether the vanish is as clean as in the trailer ?
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Yes, if you alter your jacket pretty significantly
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Got it thank you Eric!
Could be worth it to be fair
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I do not have this but I think the vanish is pretty straight forward and has been done before. There is a slight edit in the demo video that would have shown the complete vanish. That being said, if you do not mind altering one part of your suit or sport's jacket, then it would make for a very strong effect. The appearance of the coin inside the bag in your wallet also appears to be done with a low tech but practical and fool proof method.
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So is this basically his Cyclic Ring? but not going all the way as it were?

Also there's not an edit in the video, it's just framed tightly.

All the best,
Dan
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On Feb 17, 2020, dyoung wrote:
So is this basically his Cyclic Ring? but not going all the way as it were?

Also there's not an edit in the video, it's just framed tightly.

All the best,
Dan

Dan,
"Framed tightly" is the appropriate phrase to use than "edit." Thank you for correcting me and providing a better understanding of the demo video.

Michael
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Did no one buy this?
Was expecting a whole lot of reviews
Now I’m just sitting on the fence
Thought it would be a great addition to my disappearing ring box
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