Expanded Shell - Eisenhower Dollar

58.00 usd

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Customer reviews for Expanded Shell - Eisenhower Dollar

Reviewer

Vernon

This is great quality for an expanded shell.

 
Reviewer

Shadrach

I thought I bought a pretty good shell a few years ago, until I bought this shell. Now I want to hand-me-down all my other shells to some kid starting off, as they are now not acceptable for my new standard of quality.

I am no flashy, visual, cool looking, magicians you'd see on TikTok like Chris Angel or Rudy Hunter, so I do not make enough money to get on Schoolcraft and leverage a first born, so this is definitely where I will be getting my expanded shells for now on.

Seriously with quality this high, I would have been happy even with a tails shell.

On a side note have to keep proving I am not a robot is a pain that goes back to 1978, yet I am painfully reminded of my personality every time I have to submit a review here. For the LAST time, I am NOT a robot.

And good day to you all.

 
Reviewer

Joseph

fits right over the dollar looks good it easy to work with if you know how to use a shell

 
Reviewer

James

It’s very good for the price, I wish it was just a little bit snugger around my dollar coin, it does quite a bit of swimming inside the shell when it’s nested. Nothing that’s not manageable however. It also seems to be pretty tough compared to other shells I’ve owned in the past, so I think it will last pretty long.

 

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  • Jeff asks: What is the inner diameter of this shell?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: A little larger than the diameter of an Eisenhower Dollar (1.5 in).
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