Omni Coin

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Omni Coin

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Trick by SansMinds Productionz (From $15.75 - normally $35.00)

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Omni Deck from Palmer's Magic has been a modern classic for card magic.

Imagine that you can now perform the time-tested professional effect with a BORROWED COIN!

Oh, and did we tell you the coin is not only borrowed, but SIGNED?

Yes, you heard us right. You borrow a coin from the spectator, have the spectator sign the coin, and then turn the coin into a beautiful piece of Omni Coin with their name still SIGNED on it.

The best part is that the gimmick is reusable with no refills to buy.

This is a reputation maker with a borrowed and signed object with instant reset, and guaranteed reactions.

What are you waiting for? This is an Omni effect on steroids. Get Omni Coin now!


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  • matt asks: What UK coins does this come in?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is only available in US currency at the moment. You receive a half dollar, and a quarter dollar omni coin.
    • 2. Leonard answers: Mine came with a Euro
  • Peter asks: My question, in the trailer they say “ you can keep that” that being the gimmick! Surely your not gonna give the signed gimmick away or give them back their unsigned coin! Is there an in depth tutorial for this?

    • 1. Leland answers: I don't own it (yet), but I'm doing research on this product right now (which is how I saw your question) and had just finished watching the review video from Magic Orthodoxy on YT which discusses this very subject. Basically, no, you can't give it away unless you want to re-purchase it. But the guys making the trailer likely had a warehouse full of them, so they probably didn't care about that. There are apparently a few other deceptive images and statements in the trailer (surprise, surprise!), none of which are deal-breakers for me, but I'm glad I found out about them now before I actually buy one. The biggest issue I saw was that despite what the trailer shows, the spectator cannot actually be the one to sign the coin. It must be the magician (or perhaps an accomplice). I highly recommend watching the review I mentioned above if you are thinking about buying this.
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