Triple Tango Ultimate Coin

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Triple Tango Ultimate Coin

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Gimmicked coin by Tango Magic (From $90.00)

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The TUC coin won the Invention Award at FISM 2012. Now it's back and even better as Triple TUC!

Mr. Tango's newest innovation lets you perform everything you could with TUC, but even more. More effects, more routines, more to spark your imagination! In fact, here are some routines possible with Triple TUC:

- Coin Across
- 3 Fly Coin
- Coins Thru Table
- Coin Thru Bill
- Matrix
- Coin Vanishes
- Productions
- Chink a Chink
- Okito Box Routine
- Coin Thru Hand

So get Triple TUC today and let your imagination run wild!

Includes a link with 25 TUC routines and new Triple TUC professional routines.

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Customer reviews for Triple Tango Ultimate Coin



One of the best coin gaffs I own (at any price point).

I have the Eisenhower dollar version and the TUC part nests beautifully (could almost pass a casual inspection by a volunteer, though I'd never risk it).

I agree with other reviewers that the expanded shell should have a smaller shim/ TUC could have a weaker magnet, so that it would un-nest in performance more easily. Though you can place the shell on the opposite side, it makes the coin double faced, which is not ideal.

All in all, a very well machined gaff with a huge number of applications.



Beautifully crafted.
Very happy to have picked this effect!



Great product! So much possibilities with this set. The outer shell on mine is expanded and fits over regular Ike Dollars. So you could use it for all your traditional expanded shell routines. I've seen criticism about the outer shell being held to strong with the magnet. While that is true, you can start your routine with the outer shell on the reverse side of the set, which would allow you to easily separate. And when finishing/ending routine, nest it the normal way for a more secure set. I can toss the coin when its in either configuration. If I had to nit-pick, it would be that each layer has a different date on it. (1971,1972 and 1978). So glad I decided to get the dollar. Although I may purchase the half dollar also.



This is such a great gimmicked coin. Coins across is effortless with it. 100% recommended. Also comes with a link to many routines with this gimmick. Even if tou do not use the gimmick every day afterwards you will end up with a lot of knowledge thanks to the videos, they are worth the price of the gimmick. You will not regresa getting this.



Really well made and lots of possibilities. Take off the “triple” element and you have something even more versatile and fantastically hidden, which will replace one of my other gimmicks as an everyday carry. Lovely coin



After using a Triple Threat for years, I was a little hesitant to try the TUC until I learned that it has magnets to keep it together - which is great when you need to flip it in the air or spin it on a table top as a single unit - this can't be reliably done with the Triple Threat. There are also a lot of additional, cool things I can do with this TUC. I really love it and can use it for a lot of tricks during the coin magic segment in my act. The quality of this gimmick easily justifies the cost IMHO. I purchased the half dollar version, but I plan to also purchase the dollar coin version.



Type Quarter size. While an excellent gimmick in conception, the TUC does not seem to scale down well. I have handled the dollar sized in the pasr and was quite impressed. The quarter though suffers from several problems. The thinest part is far too thin and the weight of all the pieces are so light that you have to practically seperate them completely to keep them from snapping back into assembled form.

If you want to add this ingenious tool to your kit then do not hesitate to do so, but don't order anything smaller than a half dollar.



I'm putting my review in the middle, because I bought the quarter dollar size and wow does it suck. The whole unit "clicks" when moved around and the bottom most "coin" is as thin as paper! It is so blatantly obvious that it's not a quarter. However, the actual gimmick itself is super clever, and I do think that if I would have gotten a half dollar or dollar size, it would remedy my issues that I have with it.


Community questions about Triple Tango Ultimate Coin

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  • Scott asks: What is the difference between this and the original TUC. More importantly is the TUC in this set exactly the same as the one in the original.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Triple TUC has an additional shell that nests over the set, allowing for many more routines.
  • Glenn asks: Can I use the pk kinetic ring with this coin or will it not work

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It will work.
  • Captain MD MOMTAZUL asks: I wish to buy the Triple TUC . However I wand to buy additionally 5 more regular coins that MATCHES the Triple TUC . Is it possible ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: We can certainly assist with that. Just email us and we will sort this out for you.
  • Brett asks: Is this gimmick also known as the "Triple Threat"? If so, I want to purchase it.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It id not the same as the Triple Threat, it is similar.
  • Treven asks: Do the coins come with this? Thanks

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You get three specially prepared coins that make up the Triple TUC set.
  • Robert asks: For the dollar Triple TUC, is it an Ike dollar? Thanks.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is.
  • Glenn asks: Is the set magnetic

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup.
  • Benjamin asks: Is the outer shell expanded? Will it work with regular dollar coins I have already?

    • 1. Eric answers: The outer shell of my Triple TUC definitely does not fit over a regular Ike Dollar
    • 2. Derek answers: I only have the half dollar version, so I can't speak to the dollar, but yes it will. The outer shell actually fits my regular half dollars better than it fits my TUC.
    • 3. Jackson answers: The outside shell on my Dollar Triple Tuc is expanded, and fits over regular Ike Dollars. Some are a hair to big to work, but you could shave/sand down the circumference if need be.
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  • Ed asks: How easy is it to use?

    • 1. Dottore answers: Pretty easy, in my opinion.
    • 2. Derek answers: There is a knack to it, but it is easy to learn.
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  • Alonzo asks: which would you recommend for a matrix routine dollar or half dollar?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's down to personal choice. If you ask different performers you will get different answers on this.
  • Corbett asks: Is there Teflon in the coins?

    • 1. Jackson answers: The middle shell has teflon. The outer shell there isn't.
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  • Christopher asks: How is the coverage on these coins? Is the outermost shell shimmed?

    • 1. David answers: Not sure on the first. Yes on the second.
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  • Jim asks: I have one of the original Walking Liberty silver Triple TUC (D0190) sets. My problem is (and has been) that the 'covering' shell (the one that makes it "Triple," I guess) is VERY tight around the internal shell - and unless I START with those two shells apart, I almost always have to do a 'heavy engineering' removal of one (the external) shell from the other (internal) shell. Did I just get a defective set? or a "too tight" external shell? I cannot be in any way 'smooth' if if involves separating those two pieces in the midst of a trick. I know theser things can be subjective - but a LOT of instructional time is devoted to the separation of the first two pieces - but NOTHING on the separation of one shell from another. Can anyone help me with this?

    • 1. Ben answers: The external shell has a magnetic shim, meaning that when it sits on the TUC (heads side of shell on heads side of TUC), they attract. This allows the unit to hold together as one coin. If you want the outer shell to easily come on or off the TUC, place it over the reverse , non magnetic side of the TUC (heads side of shell on tails side of TUC).
    • 2. David answers: Sand or polish the edge of the insert coin?
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