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It will be interesting to see how this compares to the Quantum Bender and Coinvexed! Staying tuned..


No bending gimmicks involved so how could this compare to either of the above?


So Are we saying that its sheer brute strength that is involved? Or just plain real magic!


My thoughts exactly.
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On 2012-12-28 02:02, lunatik wrote:
It will be interesting to see how this compares to the Quantum Bender and Coinvexed! Staying tuned..


No bending gimmicks involved so how could this compare to either of the above?


So Are we saying that its sheer brute strength that is involved? Or just plain real magic!


My thoughts exactly.


I'm in then
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Me too. Very devious is our Rasmus.
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Well all of us are doing a great job of keeping the thread at the top. Bless you all (says Rasmus).
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First to Ustaad: a true (unedited) performance video will follow very soon! btw: thanks for the kind words my friend:)

to roland, bowers j-mac, lunatik, pegasus,john c, saysold1: thanks my friend for the kind words:)
can't wait to meet saysold1 and lunatik in zürich tomorrow:)))
just to answer your questions:

--it doesent compare at all to Quantum Bender or Coinvexed

--with my system, you are also able to bend thicker and bigger coins.

--the coin is definetly ''not bent'' when it is signed by the spectator.

--it's totally different from andrew gerard's PSYCHE. in psyche, the coin is allready bent when it is signed, in my version, the coin is totally unbent

--Coinvexed 2.0 is ok, but quantumbender imo is much superior

--to sean giles: the coin definetly bends at your fingertips, it is not pre bent at all

--to john c: I'm here my friend Smile


if you have any more questions, I will appriciate to answer them as much as possible.

this system is totally new, just as a reminder

thanks for watching
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Blah, blah, blah...
We are inclined to believe those whom we do not know because they have not yet deceived us...
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Blah, blah, blah...


thank's for your comment TheGreatRaymondo. just want to mention that until today the quantum bender is
still the number one coin bend gimmick IMO.

I do it probably every second day and it works like a charm. I have a 100% dure fire misdirection
and could so it live in a television show. I also bought coinvexed but never used it live. but it is defn. a good tool to use.

besides that my perfect coin bend is meant to be the perfect addition to all the bending tools
out there.

happy new year to all:)
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Hi Rasmus, do I have to own a quantum bender to do your effect?
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Looking forward to seeing this.

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Hi Rasmus, do I have to own a quantum bender to do your effect?


I'm guessing no...

The other question is when might the antipated release date be please? Smile
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Hi Rasmus, do I have to own a quantum bender to do your effect?


That's a negatory. Refer to first post for confirmation.
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Dear Magic Friends

Wish you all a very magical and wonderful Happy New Year Smile

To Music: No, you don't need a Bending tool for this Effect. I just mentioned besides
my Effect, what I normally use in my Live Gigs.

To David: Nice to hear my Friend Smile

To Saysold1: Probably End of March (If my Time Shedule works:))

To Pegasus: You're totally Right Smile


I don't want to Claim, that this System is Revolutionary, that really depends on your own
Point of View, but I'm pretty sure, that for many Mentalists and Magicians this will be
a Killer Tool, without having Sharpies, Bending Devices or other Gimmicks in your Hands.

It's also perfect as Addition, after you made a Coinvexed or QB Routine, to repeat the Coin Bend
again and to distract totally from the Tool you used the first Time.
A World without Magic is a World without Dreams and Hope:)



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--to sean giles: the coin definetly bends at your fingertips, it is not pre bent at all


The coin surely can't be bent real time at the fingertips and NOT use a gimmick, can it?. Unless you've found a way of weakening a coin, that is.

I only mention it cause it sounds like a method I've been using for a long time to bend a signed coin (that is straight when they sign it) at the fingertips with no gimmicks.

Best
Sean
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Can the spectator supply the coin? The coinvexed routine has so much more impact when used with borrowed coins IMHO.
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Good question! CV2 is superb.

I've also asked: "Will this work with every coin?
How many switches are required or do you need to ditch a gimmick?"

Unanswered so far..
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--to sean giles: the coin definetly bends at your fingertips, it is not pre bent at all


The coin surely can't be bent real time at the fingertips and NOT use a gimmick, can it?. Unless you've found a way of weakening a coin, that is.

I only mention it cause it sounds like a method I've been using for a long time to bend a signed coin (that is straight when they sign it) at the fingertips with no gimmicks.

Best
Sean


Now I'm curious about ways to weaken the coin. Are we talking a borrowed coin?
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Can the spectator supply the coin? The coinvexed routine has so much more impact when used with borrowed coins IMHO.


yes, the spectator supplies the coin. he signs the coin in his own hands. this system works with most of the coins. also bigger or thicker ones.

to art in: I think I answered enough questions so far. if you want to know the exact systems behind it you have to buy the effect. there are different handling options included.

you show exactly the signed coin held by your thumb and first finger , before the coin starts to bend. at the end, when the coin has stopped to bend, you hold it at your fingertips, you drop the coin into the spectators hand. it is the signed coin.

what I can tell at the moment is, that this system will be pretty expensive and intended for professional use.
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Can the spectator supply the coin? The coinvexed routine has so much more impact when used with borrowed coins IMHO.


yes, the spectator supplies the coin. he signs the coin in his own hands. this system works with most of the coins. also bigger or thicker ones.

to art in: I think I answered enough questions so far. if you want to know the exact systems behind it you have to buy the effect. there are different handling options included.

you show exactly the signed coin held by your thumb and first finger , before the coin starts to bend. at the end, when the coin has stopped to bend, you hold it at your fingertips, you drop the coin into the spectators hand. it is the signed coin.

what I can tell at the moment is, that this system will be pretty expensive and intended for professional use.


I was just about to make a post when I saw your reply to Martin. If I were you (rasmus), I would most definitely point out the fact that the coin can be a borrowed coin which you failed to do in your description. After all, that is a BIG factor (selling point) in this type of routine and might possibly alleviate a lot of questions. Well, I doubt it as I’m sure many will follow, but I’m sure you can understand the concerns about it being a freely borrowed coin.
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On 2013-01-01 17:48, Martin Waring wrote:
Can the spectator supply the coin? The coinvexed routine has so much more impact when used with borrowed coins IMHO.


yes, the spectator supplies the coin. he signs the coin in his own hands. this system works with most of the coins. also bigger or thicker ones.

to art in: I think I answered enough questions so far. if you want to know the exact systems behind it you have to buy the effect. there are different handling options included.

you show exactly the signed coin held by your thumb and first finger , before the coin starts to bend. at the end, when the coin has stopped to bend, you hold it at your fingertips, you drop the coin into the spectators hand. it is the signed coin.

what I can tell at the moment is, that this system will be pretty expensive and intended for professional use.


I was just about to make a post when I saw your reply to Martin. If I were you (rasmus), I would most definitely point out the fact that the coin can be a borrowed coin which you failed to do in your description. After all, that is a BIG factor (selling point) in this type of routine and might possibly alleviate a lot of questions. Well, I doubt it as I’m sure many will follow, but I’m sure you can understand the concerns about it being a freely borrowed coin.


Thanks Gaffed for pointing out this important Detail:) I forgot to mention that. Yes, The Coin can be borrowed from a Spectator and signed.

Best Smile
A World without Magic is a World without Dreams and Hope:)



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