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Totally Crazy Bands
Totally Crazy Bands
Item Number: DA8985



Totally Crazy Bands

Let them choose two single, ungimmicked rubber bands and visually link them together, before their very eyes!

The preparation is absolutely undetectable to the naked eye, creating a souvenir that they will never forget. Detailed and professional instructions shot in HD contain over 80 minutes of explanations, live footage, close-up, and over-the-shoulder angles.

Learn the strong 3-phase routine of Rasmus' take on Crazy Man's Handcuffs. These bold moves and subtleties will bring your CMH to the highest level.

Also included: Rasmus' take on the Torn and Restored Rubber Band. You will also learn a unique way of doing the Jumping Rubber Band, that will fool your spectators and also magicians!

Band Through Wrist is a very crazy and new effect, out of the brain of Rasmus. One rubber band jumps from your wrist to the wrist of your spectator. So powerful and strong, it'll leave your audiences speechless.

As a bonus, Rasmus presents his method of showing two linked bands as two single bands. This move has never been taught before - one band completely, undeniably, penetrates onto the other.

And finally, as a super special bonus, Rasmus teaches Dan Harlan's Crazy Twist Vanish. One band magically melts into another band and disappears. You're left with one rubber band - and an astonished spectator!

All effects are very visual and powerful. Everything on the DVD is easy to learn and explained in full detail with high production values that will help you see and understand every detail.

Includes DVD and a supply of rubber bands.

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