Python Pen Coin Bender
Bend a REAL marked and borrowed quarter in your bare hands!
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Python Pen Coin Bender

Item Id: 90-1126 review 1 Review(s)
Suggested Retail:$79.95
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Get the impossible strength to do an impossible trick!

How strong are you? Can you bend a real quarter in your bare hands? YES- YOU CAN!

Imagine the surprised reactions you will get when you borrow any real coin from your spectators, then bend it right in front of their eyes! The bent coin makes a great souvenir- they will DEFINITELY remember you!

Yes, you'll bend a REAL coin. Yes, the coin is really bent. And NO- YOU DO NOT SWITCH COINS! The coin they give you is REALLY the coin you will bend!

So how does this work? Here's a hint: it's all in the Python Pen. This ordinary-looking pen is actually a useful tool that will secretly allow you to bend a coin, even while your spectator is watching you! We won't show you exactly how it's done, but what you see in the video demo is actually what happens!

How strong do you have to be? Well, the pen is specially engineered to to the work. You'll have to use a minimal amount of strength yourself, of course, but most teenagers and adults should have no problem. And though you can certainly bend any coin, quarters are easiest and seem to be the most impressive to use.

Ready to bend reality? Get the Python Pen!

Performance Ideas:

You can use ANY borrowed coin with the Python Pen. It's all in the pen, not the coin. Peter Monticup ask for a quarter because it seems thicker and more impossible to bend. In reality, the larger size makes it easier for you. A bent quarter also looks more impressive and is easier for the spectator to mark.

Here's what you'll get:

  • Python Pen
  • printed instructions

You supply the coin- or better still, borrow one.



Customer Reviews
5 Stars
Works as advertised - solid
The pen is solid and works as advertised. However, I consider it a magician''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s tool rather than magical apparatus.
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