- Twenty coins - Part of Kartis' FISM routine. The DVD opens with the performance of this routine and closes with the explanation. Twenty coins are apparently produced from the box (which is shown empty at various points in the routine) and finally stacked on top of each other in the box, in a great comedy moment, clearly showing the impossibility of what just happened. Great routine, using the major novel feature of the box.
- Hand to hand - Very clean transposition of four coins from one hand to another involving several subtleties.
- Thru table - workable coin through table using a common feature of many coin boxes.
- Thru silk - beautiful routine, related to the previous routine but with an additional beautifully simple, elegant move. Almost self working and gorgeous. A sophisticated bit of eye candy for the audience.
- Thru glass - The coins are put in the box, in a hankie, and then apparently penetrate the box, hankie and glass to be found beneath the glass. Works best with a particular kind of glass, but it's possible without.
- Classic one by one - great classic coins through hand routine.
- Two in the hand two in the box - Another simple and beautiful routine where two coins are placed in the box, two in the hand, and then without any obvious moves, the two coins in the box appear in the hand.
- Kaplan's glass - Coin through card into glass, with the penetration performed by spectator. Ungimmicked (aside from the Kartis box), stunning.
- Transposition - Box shown empty, four half dollars produced cleanly from within the box. The box is shown empty, closed and instantly and cleanly, four pennies are produced. The halves are put into the box and the box closed, then the pennies are picked up. The hand is opened to reveal that the pennies have changed into halves, and the pennies are now in the box. The routine uses a unique feature of the Kartis box, and is absolutely stunning.
- Color Chips - Three light chips and three dark chips are produced from the box and then transposed.