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You couldn't kill the cat with it so i wouldnt bother there is a company on amazon.comukonly based in Ireland sells a very good quality baton for £25 keep looking
By mark, leicestershireuk on 08 August 2015
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around 2cm
By peter bodor on 12 March 2016
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60 cms
By Mrs. M. M. Leather on 15 August 2014
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Diameter 15mm
By Ninjacj on 18 July 2014
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It is a very strong magnet If the weight is within spec it would lift it no easy
By Kathryn Woolfenden on 11 April 2015
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If the coins are made of steel then I shouldn't see why this tool would not work, if your coins are made of bronze then I do not think it will work.
reference:http://www.ebay.co.uk/gds/Magnetic-Money-British-Pennies-and-Twopences-/10000000001677878/g.html

By amazonboy on 25 March 2015
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Yes if you drill the jack plug hole out with a 16 mm drill it should just fit ?ðŸ~±
By Lorrick on 18 February 2017
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