Boom... Done. It's that easy.
Clap your hands together and the deck disappears before the sound-waves hit their eardrums.
The best thing is, there's nothing for them to find. Even when they go digging up your sleeves or peeping inside your jacket.
Performed correctly, this is the simplest, most direct and relatable piece of magic we've seen in years. Kranzo is known for practical methods.
No fluff, filler or fakery. 52 cards... Gone.
Kranzo shows that once you know the method, you can change a deck into an iPhone, TV Remote, Headphones, Stack of Bills, Car keys... Slice of Pizza. ANYTHING.
• This is a real deck... no compression move or illusions
• Can be used to transpose or change objects
• Super easy to do... If you can clap, you can do this
• Ends Clean
Get yours today. Before they're... GONE.
Duration: 24 minutes.
Angles: Perform completely surrounded. 360 degrees.
Clothing Restrictions: Any coat, jacket, blazer or hoodie is suitable.
This gimmick is a great purchase, I love this trick and I preform it all the time especially at stores turning cards into money the reactions are great. The only problem I found is its a little fiddly to set up correctly to make the vanish clean and definelty needs practice to prevent flashes. But other than that 10/10 trick would recommend to anyone starting out in magic or even pro magicians.
I enjoyed this from magicstream, but I would not pay bucks for the gimmick. As you can see its a great effect and it is also super easy to do although limited.
I saw it on MagicStream. I would not pay 30$ for this, but the basic effect is good. I use it only as a gag when I go to the store. Basicaly, when something is more expensive than 10$, I transform the bills into my debit card, and freak the cashier ouy
This gimmick has been around for a LONG time, so the vanishing method is nothing new. That being said, it is extremely overpriced and overhyped. Would not recommend.
Nate Kranzo throws old gimmicks and ideas at us in new ways, with fun presentations. This one, while visually appealing, is not worth the price paid.
That said, it's really easy to perform, great for beginners who want very visual effects. The instructional video doesn't cover all the effects shown in the trailer, and his instructions on how to prep it aren't detailed enough I think for people who might be new to working with similar gimmicks, but it's doable.
Bottom line is, I'll recommend it if it ever goes on sale.
Great product! The quality of the gimmick is great! My only complaint is the angle sensitivity, but this is still my #1 deck vanish. Great job Nate Kranzo and Ellusionist!
I think that this is a very good effect although not worth the price for what the gimmick is, and the video contained no routines or ideas for tricks to be done.
The gimmick itself is not worth $8 and the videos not even worth that much. And the trick haven't work properly yet, short instruction the best price for this trick around $14.99 really disappointed.
Not worth it. I have never used it in any routine and it sits in my drawer. Like others, the video provides no real routines and I haven't gotten the gimmick to work correctly
Well, I have to say I'm disappointed. First of all, it's not an original method or gimmick. Second, the video is much too brief. They breeze over the method and don't even give any routines. Third, this isn't really a problem but false advertising. It requires a fair amount of practice. By easy they mean that it can be performed by anyone with a fair amount of practice. Fourth, I would struggle to say that you can perform this 360 degrees. At least this has not been my experience.
If you're looking to impress someone, maybe you should buy it, but if you're looking to create a magical experience then your money may be better spent in other places.
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