- Morgan Strebler
When David Penn released his Coinvexed coin bending gimmick, it established itself as the number one choice for professional magicians and mentalists all over the world. Coinvexed Third Generation takes the project even further with an improved gimmick and a download featuring three real-world working routines.
In David Penn's double coin bend routine, a spectator signs a coin, which can be borrowed. Then something very extraordinary happens as they feel the coin bend within their own hands. The reactions for this are incredible as the coin is also signed! A second signed coin then bends whilst being isolated under their palm, on a table top. The spectator can then keep the coins as a souvenir, which freezes the moment for them forever.
No switches! The coins that the spectator has signed are the same coins that bend. Only the coins and the Sharpie are seen, and the Sharpie can be used by the spectator to sign the coin. No special chemicals! Just diabolically clever gimmicks that hide in full view.
Get ready to unleash the ultimate signed coin bend on your audience! Reactions are guaranteed!
"Just when I thought my favorite coin bending gimmick couldn't get any better, David Penn has literally shattered my expectations! The new 'Coinvexed Double Coin Bend' routine is the final answer in coin bending! It is going straight into my set! This will be the first new material from another artist in my show, for two years. It's that damn good!"
- Morgan Strebler
"That's F###ing Awesome! Can I get that now?"
- David Blaine
"This takes the original (and great!) Coinvexed tool and gives it an extra 50%. The original was very clever, but this just takes the biscuit!"
- James Brown - Winner of The Magic Circle Close-Up Magician of the Year
"In short, this is superb. The ultimate solution to the bending coin plot. It ticks all the right boxes - commercial, deceptive and extremely memorable. Very highly recommended!"
- Rob James - Review from Magic Week
- Two precision-made gimmicks
- Double Coin Bend Routine
- Single Coin Bend
- Optical Bends
- Psychology explained
- Online instructions
- Special guests - Marc Lavelle and Amit Badiani