Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
Deadeye - Stepped Edition
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Deadeye - Stepped Edition

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Deadeye - Stepped Edition

The stepped edition of the Deadeyes takes the original concept of a coin designed for contact manipulation, and brings it to the next level by offering a more angular and grippier design, for supreme control. This edition is slightly sized down and slimmed down from the original, reducing the overall weight noticeably. While the new shape is not as ergonomic as a straight up worry coin, the angles provide excellent control for sleight of hand and more conventional "coin tricks". 

Details

  • Dimensions: diameter (35mm); thickness (5mm) [compared to 37x7 for original large size deadeyes]
  • Available with a knurled or unknurled perimeter
  • Titanium: ~15.7g
  • Copper: ~32.0g
  • Brass: ~29.7g
  • Stainless steel: ~28.0g

General Info on the Deadeye Contact Coins

Aroundsquare’s Deadeyes are part skill toy, part worry stone, part mind control device. Roll them between your fingers, or press use your thumb into the smooth contour and breath deep to dissolve the stresses of daily life.

These contact coins are designed to be handled and manipulated. On the surface, the Deadeyes look like just a refined worry stone made from metal, and they certainly serve well for that. They are precisely crafted and beautifully finished, with an ergonomic indent on either side that is perfect for thumbs of any size. But as you’d expect from AO2, there’s more to it than that. The concave shape and resulting ridge around the perimeter make the Deadeyes perfect for contact-style manipulation. With practice, they can be made to roll fluidly between the fingers, or back and forth over the thumbs, and isolations can be performed where the coins appear to be floating around the fingertips.

For more information, visit our Deadeye product page.

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