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Cerberus Wallet by Daniel Meadows
Item Number: TB2600

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Cerberus Wallet by Daniel Meadows

Cerberus Wallet by Daniel Meadows

Cerberus has everything the modern Mentalist needs packed into a small everyday leather wallet, only a little bigger than a deck of cards. If you're still looking for an everyday wallet that incorporates a great peek & load system, holds your business cards and will actually fit in your front pocket easily, then you've finally found it! Never get caught unawares again. With Cerberus at your side - just 'Unleash the Hound'!

Named after the mythical three-headed guardian of the underworld, the Cerberus Wallet is a descendant of a Jaks Wallet, but adapted and upgraded so it can be used like an everyday store-bought wallet. The best part? The Cerberus Wallet is a monster by name, but not by nature. It actually fits in your front trouser pocket!

What features does the Cerberus Wallet have?

What does the wallet look like?
Built from the ground up in high quality black leather, this feature-packed tri-fold wallet is a real 'all-in-one' utility item, just without the usual size.

How do I learn what to do with the Cerberus Wallet?
On the accompanying DVD, Daniel Meadows shows that Cerberus' bite more than matches its bark as he walks you through all the features of the wallet, runs through some example routines, and suggests further reading for some great Cerberus-compatible effects!


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