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Coinvexed 2

Postby theboss » Feb 2nd, '09, 18:42



Coinvexed 2 Review – James Brown

Well, what can I say about this new utility from Dave Penn and the team.

What a FANTASTIC use of the Sharpie! Totally convincing because it is totally invisible. I have even had this handled by spectators without any hint of suspicion.
The original Coinvexed has always been my coin bender of choice but this
NEW EDITION completely surpasses anything I have used before.

I have been using this new edition OF COINVEXED for a couple of weeks now and it just fits into by pocket perfectly and removes the need to hold the original gimmick in both hands.

I have already been working on a couple of different applications THAT work perfectly and will talk with David about how we can share these ideas with YOU all soon SHOULD you choose to BUY the new Coinvexed 2 Sharpie Edition

It also comes with a professionally produced instructional DVD that features two live performances shot with two cameras.

Goodbye for NOW!

James Brown
(I hope you liked the subliminal suggestion! :D )
Feb 2009

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Postby Chris » Feb 2nd, '09, 18:43

Arggghhh hate you I want mine!!!

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Postby Replicant » Feb 2nd, '09, 18:52

So you can do the bend with one hand? Or have I misunderstood you? And how much is it? Also, how would you rate it for difficulty?

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Postby dat8962 » Feb 2nd, '09, 20:26

David phoned me this evening to talk about Coinvexed 2 amongst other things.

This sounds as if it is going to be as big as the original Coinvexed and it sounds very clever indeed. Watch out for it at Blackpool where David informs me that it will be on sale at a special price for convention goers only.

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Postby Mark Waddington » Feb 3rd, '09, 00:38

Ill be at the stand on the friday at roughly 1.02pm making my purchase


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Postby Chris » Feb 6th, '09, 10:48

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Postby dp » Feb 6th, '09, 17:47

Hi Guys,

The following post was taken from the magic cafe.

All the best

David

A interesting story. I had purchased Coinvexed and thought it could be so much better. I had a brilliant idea and designed a solution to my handling problems. I contacted David Penn with my idea and found out he had thought of it as well and had produced prototypes. They sent me one to evaluate so I have seen it and I will say this.
1) It does not resemble in any way the method used by QB 2 - which I own.
2) If this would have been the original design I would have never bought the QB 2.
IMHO this is a great change to the design. It is different in design and handling from QB 2. It will offer additional flexibility to your routines.
I don't want to say anything else until it is released.

Tom Paxton

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view ... 9&start=30

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Postby Mandrake » Feb 6th, '09, 18:59

And there's an upgrade kit for Coinvexed so it can now become Coinvexed 2. Nice idea guys, very nice indeed :D !

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Postby tomprocter92 » Feb 6th, '09, 20:49

Mark Waddington wrote:Ill be at the stand on the friday at roughly 1.02pm making my purchase


Haha Same :D

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Postby Spanky » Feb 6th, '09, 20:55

I know this is going to sound like a stupid question and will probably get me barred of this forum :lol:

But Here goes.

I know Coinvexed 2 is retailing at about £85 what is the chance it will be more at Blackpool.

The reason I ask is not sure if to buy it at blackpool or order it now.

told you it is a daft question.. :oops:

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Postby dp » Feb 6th, '09, 21:08

AMUZE2002 wrote:I know this is going to sound like a stupid question and will probably get me barred of this forum :lol:

But Here goes.

I know Coinvexed 2 is retailing at about £85 what is the chance it will be more at Blackpool.

The reason I ask is not sure if to buy it at blackpool or order it now.

told you it is a daft question.. :oops:


At Blackpool there will be a very special deal.

Come and see us on the stand or after my lecture.

Cheers

David

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Postby Gochos The Greek » Feb 6th, '09, 21:09

AMUZE2002 If you are at Blackpool i would get it from David Penn's stand as he will be having some fantastic deals. The preorders were really for people not attending Blackpool.

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Postby Spanky » Feb 6th, '09, 21:41

Thanks DP & Gochos The Greek for the advise will wait till blackpool.

Oh my god just gone from being excited to being very excited about blackpool now. :D :D

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Postby Mandrake » Feb 6th, '09, 21:43

And just to add to your delight, it was actually a very relevant question!

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Postby Spanky » Feb 6th, '09, 22:11

Mandrake wrote:And just to add to your delight, it was actually a very relevant question!


Thanks Mandrake, glad to hear that I'm not as daft as I think. :lol:

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