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Ring Cruncher by Collectors’ Workshop

(c. 1987) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

This effect is based upon Roy Roth’s original effect Grind-a-Ring and it was built with permission of Roy Roth at the time. Other dealers versions of this item, with or without the permission of Roy Roth, have tended to get quite complex and I really like the simplicity and elegance of the CW version. This is a later version from CW and I prefer the original shiny brass one featured here.

Effect: Absolute favorite of closeup, table, club and stage workers. A borrowed ring is deposited in a solid brass “ring cleaner.” The handle is cranked, with an awful, crunching sound. Dismayed, the performer stops and empties the “cleaner.” Gold dust pours out. Unperturbed, the performer offers to trade his “most valuable possession” — a deck of cards that has been sitting on the table at all times. Inside the case is the borrowed ring.

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Approx. Price: $65.00 (2000) ***

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1 review for Ring Cruncher by Collectors’ Workshop

  1. George Guerra

    Good accessory for vanishing a ring

    Decent prop…nothing extraordinary but a different tool to “vanish” a ring for your Khartoum Ring Fantasy or Creation. With the right presentation it could probably stand on its own. The basic effect is that you tell the spectator that his/her ring needs cleaning so out comes the ring cruncher. The ring is dropped into the the apparatus and a crank turned making a rather distressing sound. You level the cruncher to pour out the ring but only “gold dust” comes out…Oops!

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