Change how your CoinFig acts by swapping the inner Core with one of these predesigned configurations. Add more strength or different sliding feeling.
Each plate comes with 2 cores with all the magnets in place. Simply remove the plate from your CoinFig and swap these with what’s inside.
Some configurations come in loose or tight style for a different feel. Loose comes with magnets out of plates as they won’t stay in place on their own
A - Rotation Click
B - 8mmx2mm
C - 6mmx2mm
D - 5mmx2mm In-line
E - 5mmx2mm Standard (this is the default configuration)
F - 6mmx3mm
G - 7mmx2mm
*plates only does not include CoinFig. Must have a CoinFig to use these.
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May 12, 2022
They are cool, however didn't work with my coinfig shift with splice.
May 10, 2022
May 6, 2022
Excellent idea, in continuity with having control and modularity with you coinfig. Unfortunately, I've been having difficulties with mine: - plates E are missing (but I have 2 sets of plates B as those were the ones pre-installed in my coin) - the magnets are not glued, and keep flying all over the place when trying to manipulate it - for some reason, all the plates are sticky All this makes it a real challenge to do anything with it, and I quickly gave up after having only tried a couple of combinations. I am not even certain that I put the magnets back in the correct configuration (strength and polarity wise).
Apr 4, 2022
Cores are exactly what I thought they would be. Do note that the magnets are not attached to the cores themselves and once loose can be a pain to handle if you're unaccustomed to strong magnets.
Mar 29, 2022