Rolling Pennies

Introduction: Rolling Pennies

Make Rolling Pennies!

I was bored one day rolling pennies, then i thought how much better would it be if i put an O-ring on it?

So I did it and here's the instuctable : D



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Step 1: Materials

 All you need is...

Super Glue 
A Penny
An O-ring

Step 2: O-ring Over Penny

 Place your O-ring over your penny.


Note:
Whichever coin you use, make sure your O-ring fits comfortably over it.

Like the picture : D

Step 3: Glueing

 Glue around the edges of the penny...

Step 4: Done!

... Let it dry and go roll your penny!

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    8 Discussions

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    thesab
    thesab

    10 years ago on Introduction

    me and my brother kinda play a "sport" like this. basically when we're in a bigger store (i.e meijer, walmart, etc.) we see who can roll some coins the farthest or most accurate (like aiming for a shopper, etc.). pretty fun. never thought of putting a o-ring on it though.

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    Tang3rine
    Tang3rine

    10 years ago on Introduction

     Thought it wouldve been clear what it was for... 
    nevermind :P Its for rolling across the floor... I thought it was alot more fun with this ^^

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    toky3x4
    toky3x4

    10 years ago on Step 4

    I just wanna what is it for?

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    Phil B
    Phil B

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I thought this might be about rolling up a stack of pennies in a strip of paper for taking them to the bank when a paper tube for that purpose was not available.

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    Tang3rine
    Tang3rine

    10 years ago on Introduction

    It rolls better?
    its sorta like putting a tyre on wheel...

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    ycc2106
    ycc2106

    10 years ago on Introduction

    What's it for? Why should one want to do this?