A borrowed ring is locked on a 4 digit combination brass lock and, the dials are mixed.
Spectator can test that the lock cannot be opened. Spectator thinks of a 4 digit number & dials them on the lock.
This proves to be the secret numbers that opens the lock!
By now you've undoubtedly started to notice quick response codes or QR codes. They're those little square grids printed on products and in ads, they're popping up everywhere. You point a mobile phone or device at them and they are able to interact with it in various ways.
QR Codes are the future of marketing....
Give the gift of magic. The gift of performing a trick that leads to oohs and ahhs. Of learning a new sleight of hand and dazzling your dinner guests. Of adding fun to parties, delighting coworkers, completely bowling over your friends.
Combining a book, instructional DVD, five great props, and a sturdy, handsome case to hold...
The ultimate in simplicity & mystery. Two coins are shown. a Half Dollar and an English Penny, one in each hand. Hands are slowly closed and the coins instantly change places. Same effect is repeated under equally impossible conditions. When the spectator grabs for the coins, let him: The two coins can be completely examined. Truly a...
You have a card freely selected from the deck.
Concentrating, you ask a few probing questions, without having the spectator specifically name their card aloud.
You remove a card from the deck - that is the selected card! Add that you were certain of the spectator selection because it’s the only card with a different...
You give an imaginary deck to a spectator who shuffles it. Ask him to choose between red and black, then ask him to select a color and finally a value. You remove the deck from its case and you spread the cards; the named card is the only one face-up among a face-down deck!
But there's more. You explain that you were certain...
You ask a spectator to choose a card in a deck that can be examined if desired. You lose the card in the deck and you give the card case for examination.
You place the deck in the case and you put it away.
If desired, the spectator himself can place the deck in the case and keeps it during the whole routine.
Imagine reaching into a bag and removing a GIANT 8 foot pole. This looks and works great.
At the end of your "Confusing Crayons" routine, you produce the "Small Surprise Ending", (This is a commercial effect where you change your red crayon to a small miniature 7" crayon at the end of your routine.). You then take the "Small Surprise Ending" and cover it with a silk and it magically grows to a crayon almost two feet high!
The magician places two vertical removable glass pieces that fit into their respective slots inside of the box and a dove. The Magician puts a dove inside the box which the dove can be plainly seen by the audience. Magically the dove is disappeared and one silk is catapulted from inside the box.
This item includes a 4 inch...
"Noted" is a notepad that turn into a deck of cards that you can then use for your card routines.
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Performer takes a coin and places it on the table. Then with a pass of the hands over the coin and it disappears!
This classic effect is now available in a beautiful set of pure silks at a reasonable price. As the magician is about to place 3 silks into a bag to turn them into a flag, one accidentally falls to the floor. The result is a crazy flag with no stars. After another mistake and crazy flag is produced, the real one emerges. All silks are 18"....
GobSmacked w/ DVD - Damianou & Lovell
The magician presents a blue deck of cards. The backs and fronts of the cards reveal it is a 52 card regular deck. The deck is placed face up on the table. This is the last time the magician will touch the deck.
The spectator is asked to cut the deck around the mid point, and place...
With Lightning, you’ll be prepared to make a lightbulb spontaneously LIGHT - blurring the lines between science and the supernatural.
The lightbulb can be in your hand, or far away from you.
And. . .Lightning doesn't just cause bulb to turn on and off. It's been specially designed to realistically flicker...
The magician takes a normal coin and an empty bottle. He requests a spectator who takes the bottle for the peak and strikes the bottom of the bottle with the coin, and it crosses the bottom of the bottle. Afterwards he shows that the coin is really inside the bottle, the magician waves the bottle and the coin goes...
These rings fool the people that know how the original Linking Rings work.
With the magnetic locking feature you show all 6 rings have no gaps.
This is the cleanest and most baffling version of the cards across effect EVER! Twenty cards, which a spectator counts from a shuffled deck, are divided into two groups. Two freely THOUGHT OF cards magically vanish from one pile and appear in the other while both packets of cards are held securely between the hands of two spectators. It's...
Another great prop from George Iglesias that Twister Magic is proud to present!
A cola bottle that looks 100% real!
Comes with a real Coca Cola label on it!
You can even show it a few inches away from your spectators.A useful magic prop that, can be used in many different ways.
The new latex line of products...
A coin disappears from the magician's hands and reappears in the spectator's ear.
A bracelet is lowered into a slot cut into the solid block of wood. A steel hat pin is inserted in a hole through the block preventing the bracelet from being removed. The spectator can even pull on the bracelet to see its secured. After the bracelet is in place the magician may set it upon a spectator's palm for a moment and then...
One of the best. Simple to do, very visual, and a real shocker.
A small wallet is opened to display a Chinese coin and a playing card. The card is removed and placed on the table. The Chinese coin is removed and placed on the wallet and the wallet is then closed. The wallet is turned three times and the coin is slid from...
Several items are on the table, such as tambourine, a bell, cups, a pitcher of water and a glass, etc.
While holding the cloth with both hands you can: ring the bell, shake the tambourine, toss an object into the air.
Bob Swadling of England uses this to change costumes. Hold the cloth in front of...
Harry Houdini performed his final miracle in 1926. Or did he?
Your audience will be amazed as photographs of locked handcuffs mysteriously open and an image of Houdini vanishes without a trace.
This lovely packet effect transforms a mundane card routine into a true piece of close up theatre.
The Vanishing uses a...