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Topic: Mark Mason's new Gravity Flipper
Message: Posted by: TheAmazingSteveo (Mar 1, 2011 11:09AM)
Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just received my Walking Liberty Gravity Flipper from Mark Mason today.

Best flipper that I have EVER had!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Will last forever ...

- Steve
Message: Posted by: MagicSteve84 (Mar 1, 2011 06:53PM)
Mark Mason is the only person I go to for custom coin work. I have a Morgan Gravity Flipper with Shell, Come Fly with Me in Morgan Dollars, and a Morgan Karate Coin. All of them are beautifully made and shipped to me extremely fast.

I tried going through Schoolcraft and Lassen. I was told that I was being placed on a list and would need to wait at least 6 months. Never again.

All people should get their custom coins done by Mark Mason. Best customer service in the industry.
Message: Posted by: MagicSteve84 (Mar 1, 2011 06:56PM)
Steveo,

Is the new Gravity Flipper the one that does not require a rubber band? If so, can you perform all regular gravity coin work with this new coin?

Just curious. Thanks!
Message: Posted by: Robert M (Mar 1, 2011 07:50PM)
The new generation flipper is great. I have a walking liberty version. It's just like a Schoolcraft gravity flipper, and it's wonderful not to have to worry about rubber band breakage.

The only downside is the fact that the edge is open like a Johnson flipper. It's not constructed with a milled edge to look like a regular coin like the Lassen and Schoolcraft coins.

Personally, I think this is a big deal. But, it may be a magician thing.

Robert
Message: Posted by: TheAmazingSteveo (Mar 1, 2011 09:43PM)
Hi MagicSteve84,

Yes .. it is the one without a rubber band. I just noticed it has a magnet built into it too. I would imagine it works with
power pack which I am also looking into getting. Robert, looks like a regular coin to me ... maybe he has modified it since you have
purchased yours.

- Steve
Message: Posted by: emyers99 (Mar 1, 2011 10:24PM)
I agree with Robert. An open edge is not acceptable. Hopefully mark will/has fixed this issue.