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Re: Mini Falls, Penny Falls

Postby pennymachines » Sun Oct 18, 2020 1:40 pm

Not sure about the weight, but for their size they're not especially heavy. A laminated ply case is significantly lighter than oak. Apart from that, the motor and gearbox contribute most of the weight. They do get heavy when full of coins though...
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Re: Mini Falls, Penny Falls

Postby brigham » Sun Oct 18, 2020 5:38 pm

When worked on the original penny, the play on the Jezzard Mini Cascade is little short of addictive.
Mine was on 2np when I bought it, and was distinctly lack-lustre. No modifications had been made, so I simply started playing with old pennies, and the transformation was amazing.
I never liked pushers from day one, but this little machine is definitely the exception!

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Re: Mini Falls, Penny Falls

Postby cait001 » Sun Oct 18, 2020 8:41 pm

pennymachines wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 1:40 pm
Not sure about the weight, but for their size they're not especially heavy. A laminated ply case is significantly lighter than oak. Apart from that, the motor and gearbox contribute most of the weight. They do get heavy when full of coins though...
thank you kindly, it's perfectly sized. OK that does it, I am officially on the lookout for one of these counter-sized pushers. Mini Cascade / Mini Falls / Penny Falls / Rota-Soccer / Mini Cakewalk


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