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tbaer
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http://www.fatbraintoys.com/toy_companie......od5WYo7w

One of the reviews say the coins look real. They do look real in the picture. Anyone have any quick thoughts on a possible routine using this many or some of these magnetic looking coins? For $6.95 I'm almost tempted to purchase them, but I can't think of a routine at the moment.
THEGUY26 (Will Swanson)
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I can think of lots of routines.
Dan Watkins
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Since the add says they are evenly split between heads and tails that means that the other side is probably just the black magnetic material.

I am pretty sure these are just made out of magnetic sheet that you usually find advertisement magnets made out of.

They aren't metal.
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eddieloughran
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Read the customers comments !
As Dan says - these are not coins, just thin magnets looking like coins.
tbaer
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Most don't really have to read the comments to know for $6.95 they couldn't possibly be metal coins. But it would be interesting to know how close they actually resemble the real ones.
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