Review by Keith Noaker for Fantasy Pitcher by Mario Zacchini

Review by Keith Noaker for Fantasy Pitcher by Mario Zacchini
Review by Keith Noaker for Fantasy Pitcher by Mario Zacchini
5 out of 5

Fantastic Milk Pitcher

This is one of the best Milk Pitchers on the market if you have this collective item then your one of the lucky one’s to have it/Mario Zacchini made this Pitcher Perfect and the milk drop is sensational.Mario Zacchini makes the best magic effects ever everything he makes is durable and last a lifetime.

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Review by Keith Noaker for G and M Table by Mak Magic

Review by Keith Noaker for G and M Table by Mak Magic
Review by Keith Noaker for G and M Table by Mak Magic
5 out of 5

Great Club Table

Fantastic table it hold my whole show in it..it has 3 shelves and has a large top too..I was lucky to got this table from a person selling his magic and this table too..Mak Magic use to sell these table but don’t anymore ..so if you come across one ,grab it i got mine for $100.00 and they retail for $250.00..i was lucky this one was brand new..they are very hard to find.

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Review by Andy Martin for Mafia Manicure (no base) by Giovanni Livera

Review by Andy Martin for Mafia Manicure (no base) by Giovanni Livera
Review by Andy Martin for Mafia Manicure (no base) by Giovanni Livera
5 out of 5

The finest Finger Chopper out there!

This is certainly the best finger chopper I have seen – based on the Hades model, but much better quality and really looks like something that could chop your finger off!

The method is so convincing too and everything can be examined before and after. You really will have them fooled and holding their finger after this one!

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Review by Andy Martin for Eye Gotcha by Wolf's Magic

Review by Andy Martin for Eye Gotcha by Wolf's Magic
Review by Andy Martin for Eye Gotcha by Wolf's Magic
5 out of 5

Another Beauty from Chance’s So Call EconoMagic Line!

Wow this is a beauty from Chance, and nothing feels cheap about this wonderful version of the classic Chinese Compass. High quality construction with very bold colors and a great logical ending.

If you’re looking for some usable kids magic or great bits of business for an MC you’d best stop looking here and head on over to Wolf’s Magic.

You can’t go wrong with any of Chance’s magic – it is all good value, performable, and unique.

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Review by Andy Martin for Clock of San Marcos by Collectors' Workshop

Review by Andy Martin for Clock of San Marcos by Collectors' Workshop
Review by Andy Martin for Clock of San Marcos by Collectors' Workshop
5 out of 5

A Beautiful card effect!

Collector’s Workshop make some wonderful and expensive props. However, it is in some of their cheaper effects where you can find some real workable and entertaining routines. The Clock of San Marco is one such effect. I have used this many times on lay audiences and they just love it. It looks uncanny and is very convincing. Even if you can afford their expensive stuff you would be hard pressed to find a more unusual, workable, and entertaining close-up effect!

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Review by Andy Martin for Mystery of The Chinese Dice by Magic Wagon

Review by Andy Martin for Mystery of The Chinese Dice by Magic Wagon
Review by Andy Martin for Mystery of The Chinese Dice by Magic Wagon
5 out of 5

A Classy Version of Kurtz’s Psycho Kinetic Dice!

In the late 1990’s Gary Kurtz produced a limited number of the wonderful $link(304,Psycho Kinetic Dice). It was a great effect and one of those I wish I’d kept (we all have a few of those!). This new item from Magic Wagon works on basically the same principle but using amazing props and without the need to palm anything or for the magician to touch any of the props at any time.

The props really are beautiful and they work 100% of the time. The basic effect begins with a prediction being placed in full view of the audience and four beautiful teak boxes with brass accents all resting on a tiny tray. The tray is placed in front of the magician and four spectators are each asked to take one of the boxes. They look inside to find a small ivory die. They can examine the box and make sure that the die rolls a different number each time. They can shake it a few times in the box with the lid on to ensure that the number is different each time. Once they are ready they give the box one final good shake and place the closed box back on the tray. Once each spectator has done this one of the spectators is asked to remove each lid and read off the top number of each dice. The number formed is precisely the same number as the prediction that has been in full view from the start.

It doesn’t get any cleaner than this. Their are no electronics and nothing is added or taken away. This is really one of my favorite items from the $link(nd=wagoncollector,Magic Wagon Collector line). Highly Recommended!

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