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Just In Case by Joe Porper, Pete Biro

(c. 2005) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Effect: Pete Biro and Joe Porper, known among the most prestigious magic circles as a Dynamic Duo of Ingenious Innovation, have blessed the community once again! Their latest miracle, Just In Case, is testament to their brilliant creative method.

Just In Case not only brings Al Koran’s Ring Flight type effects into the present decade, it ensures its place in the future of magic as the greatest version ever! Ever!

This is the reel-less Ring Flight system favored by professionals. It eliminates any danger to the spectator’s ring. Just In Case is perfect for Mike Close’s Ring Fright, the famous routine where a key transposes with a borrowed ring. This is an item for the workers; it’s practical, durable, and an instant showstopper!

The Duo has crafted an ordinary Schlage brand house key into a device capable of real magic. For instance, imagine threading this key onto a cord and having a spectator holding both ends. Under the cover of a silk, the key is magically removed! It’s the classic Brema Nut principle built into an innocent key. The craftsmanship is literally invisible! The routine can be reversed, linking the key to the cord, or the linking two keys together!

Just In Case includes the gimmicked high-quality leather case, the phenomenal additional gimmick Just A Key, and the awesome 8-page color booklet.

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Approx. Price: $199.00 (2005) ***

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1 review for Just In Case by Joe Porper, Pete Biro

  1. Andy Martin

    Another Really Wondeful Porper Production!

    With this latest fine quality miracle from Joe Porper he has teamed up with magic legend Pete Biro and what sweet magic they produce together.

    There are a number of routines you could perform with thie outfit from a straight ring flight (without a dangerous and risky reel) to a clean key off rope penetration.

    But when you combine them together you have a real magical mystery: you borrow a ring and throw your key case onto the table. You then hand a shoelace to a spectator and say you are going to make their ring magicially appear on the shoelace under cover of a handkerchief.

    Things go badly wrong and you find instead of the ring appearing on the string that your key does! This key is incredibly well made by the way. Then you open up the key case that has been in view all the time and find dangling from the chain is their ring firmly attached to the clasp inside.

    Great entertainment, great props, great method, and easy to do!

    Something for everyone and Highly Recommended!

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