My estimate is that since the trick comes with 25 coins a refill should have 25 coins as well. JB said it would be sold at a discounted price so 25 coins in a $29.95 refill makes sense as when you first buy the trick each penny costs $2 but after you buy it refills come out to ~$1.16 per penny.again, how many refills will be in the refill pack?????? It seems like the question is being skipped over as it has been asked more than once in different ways. Before we buy the effect we want to know how much it will cost to "keep it going"
Hey DW, that's correct - 25 coins will be in each refill pack, and 25 coins are included with each original purchase.again, how many refills will be in the refill pack?????? It seems like the question is being skipped over as it has been asked more than once in different ways. Before we buy the effect we want to know how much it will cost to "keep it going"
Surprisingly durable. Yep, they're pretty safe to keep in your pocket without fear of them breaking before you want them to. I've kept coins in my pocket for several days, and I've never had a situation where they broke before I wanted them to.My question to anyone who has bought Break or is a staff member is how durable are these coins? Can you stick them in the coin pocket in your wallet without fear of them breaking on their own? (cause there would be other coins like quarters and nickels in there pressing on the penny). Or is it safer to dig it out of your pocket or "find" it on the street.
If you're borrowing a penny from a mark (someone in the crowd), then some sleight of hand skills will need to be mastered in order to swap out the real penny for the gimmicked one. THEN, the mark signs your gimmicked penny. This is the trouble for me, I'm no good at sleight and if the mark is wise, they WILL catch your sleight. Thus, I'd have to have more information b4 I bought the trick. I see on here where guys are having to practice for months on other tricks to learn them. Not for me. Gotta be self working with little practice.