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Demo - https://youtu.be/itzZ13gq5BI

The Effect: The magician asks to borrow a coin and spectator signs it. The magician holds the coin at the fingertips of both hands, with the writing still in view, the spectator is told to keep their eye on their signature.

The spectator sees their signed coin BEND right in front of their eyes! The coin is immediately handed out for examination and given away as a souvenir.

Various coins in most world currencies can be bent with this apparatus.

Actual borrowed coin is bent and returned to Spectator.

No Switching coins makes this effect a total miracle.

Manufactured by Roy Kueppers

Includes fully illustrated step by step easy to follow instructions.

Available at www.ericrossmagic.com/superman.html
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So for routining, would you do "Super man" Before sponge nuts or after?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2IthKKvfy4
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Is this the Superman coin bend without the p**l?
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It doesn't allow the spectator any where to go except something in the.....
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The Guy in the demo goes right to the pockets after the bend ! I guess most of the heat is on the coin best with a P**L
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Didn't like this first time around. U.K. Coins need too much effort to look effortless if you know what I mean. I think this is best used with the American penny coin.
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Hello All,
The apparatus is well built and has come a long way over the last few years..

It is made to fit mostly all coins now, even the thick ones.

You do NOT need to ditch into your pocket or anywhere.

There are ditchless and sleeveless methods taught.

Xiqual, before.

ER
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Looks good. I have owned and used Super-Man by Roy Kueppers for years and seeing as there is a Super-ManV2 released years ago. Shouldn't this be V3?
Not much information is given and the ad copies are very similar. What advantages does this offer over Super-Man V2? Which can also be used sleeveless, with thicker coins, and possibly ditchless depending on how ditchless is defined.
Thanks!

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This is A Re-release of V2.

I have added to my ER Presents line as it is my favorite coin bend and I stand behind 100 percent.

The original release was very underplayed and undermarketed.

I hope this helps.

ER
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Roy Kueppers is a master craftsman. I bought a sun and moon coin using a '64 Kennedy half and it is a work of art. Just the best craftmanship for a really fair price. I'm sure this device is very well made.
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Indeed, Roy is the best.
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Thank you all who have ordered. I hope youre getting much use out of this utility device.

Is there anyone that is willing to get a review up?

Thanks

ER
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BACK IN STOCK

ORDER TODAY - http://www.ericrossmagic.com/superman.html

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ER
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Hi Eric, I'm interested in the device. But first, a couple of questions. Is it small, easy to carry and ditch ? Is it also angle sensitive (I have read somewhere that Superman 2.0 can't be performed with people behind you) ? Is it easy to set-up and reset ? Is it durable, meaning... how many performances will it last ? Do you need strength to bend the coin ? Although I'm a guy, my strength is that of a girl. So, I'm afraid this may not be for me, but tell me if I'm wrong. Finally, is it exactly like the Superman 2.0 ? Thanks in advance.
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