Split Focus

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Trick by Gregory Wilson ($200.00)

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Visual coin magic at its finest. The ultimate everyday carry!

Split Focus from Gregory Wilson is a remarkably fun and visual coin gimmick that allows you to produce and vanish silver dollars on your command.

You can, and will, carry Split Focus with you everywhere you go. Perform CGI-level magic anytime, anywhere. The coin trick possibilities are truly endless.

Here's the best part...

Split Focus is SUPER EASY TO USE! If you can perform a simple false transfer, you can use Split Focus.

The exceptional quality, precision-made gimmicks take care of all the hard work for you. These coin gimmicks will make you look like you've spent decades perfecting your craft.

With the exclusive included "retrieving/ditching" device, you'll also be able to start and end your routines completely clean.

Split Focus is available in either Eisenhower Dollars or Replica Morgan Silver Dollars.

What's in the Box

  • 3 gorgeous, handcrafted gimmicked coins
  • Special "retrieving/ditching" device
  • Access to instructions featuring a 14 original routines using both two and three coins

Community questions about Split Focus

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  • Paul asks: Is the method any different from other three coin tricks such as triad coins, carpenter coins etc?

    • 1. Dottore answers: As noted when you post a questions: No exposure, questions, or discussions about methods.
    • 2. Paul answers: I'm not asking expose the secret though. I'm just asking if it's similar to another product so that i don't buy the same trick over and over just repackaged. I think thats fair to ask.
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  • Paul asks: Is this similar to tricks like triad coins and carpenter coins?

    • 1. Dottore answers: In general, no.
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  • Timothy asks: On a scale from 0 to 10 what is the quality of the gimmicks?

    • 1. Dottore answers: I'd estimate an eight.
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  • Timothy asks: How do the replica Morgan’s feel in weight and look?

    • 1. Dottore answers: Pretty good, in my opinion.
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  • Richard asks: Can you tell me how Split Focus compares to Symphony Coins? Which looks better, and which is easier to perfect? Thanks

    • 1. Dottore answers: The are, in general, about equal.
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  • Frank asks: if I already own split focus will the new routines be available for purchase separately

    • 1. Jim answers: Not that I am aware of. You may want to contact Greg about it.
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  • Lars asks: The Vanishing Inc. email says this uses Johnny Wong's Super Triple, but the website copy doesn't mention this. Are the 3 gimmicks mentioned just a single Super Triple, with the balance in price being for Greg's ideas?

    • 1. Jim answers: The newsletter must have had a mistake. These are from Greg.
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  • Richard asks: I’ve been told Symphony Coins and Split Focus are similar. But Split Focus mentions a “ditching device”. Can you elaborate? Thanks

    • 1. James answers: It is a common object that you place in your rear pants pocket, which you cam use to ditch or retrieve the gimmick.
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  • Rusty asks: What justifies spending $100 more for Split Focus than Symphony Coins?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They are made by different coin manufacturers, so quality is a factor.
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Customer reviews for Split Focus



Highly Recommended. I am a big fan of Gregory Wilson and this time also he doesn't disappoint me. There are many routines to choose from. The Gimmicks are very well made and teaching is amazing. You will need practice to perform this but there is actually no hard move.

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