Porper Paddles Five Set by Joe Porper

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Another great close-up item from Joe Porper.

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2 reviews for Porper Paddles Five Set by Joe Porper

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    That’s a nice set of Paddles you have there!

    I remember the old $link(1219,Jumping Toothpick Paddle) from Joe Porper and always liked it. This set includes that paddle plus four others. They are all beautifully machined in metal and are of very high quality.

    With this set you get: $link(1674,Jumping Toothpick), $link(1673,Red, White, and Blue), $link(1676,1-2-3-4 Spot), $link(1675,Color Changer), and $link(1672,Mystery Paddle). My favorites are the Jumping Toothpick and the Red, White, and Blue. These are the easiest to work with, but the other three are not hard, just take a bit more handling. They are all gimmicked in some way, but the gimmicks are so well made that in each case the paddles can be handed out for examination.

    They come in a nice presentation case with certificate of authenticity and make a very fine set of paddles. They are also available individually if you can’t afford the complete set.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    George Guerra

    Very Nice Paddle Set

    I have owned this set of paddles for a while and they are well made in anodized aluminum with very close tolerances in the working gimmicks. I acquired the set directly from Joe as I work 15 minutes from his company, Creative Inventions, in Chatsworth, CA. I began visiting him for his beautiful wands which are a real work of art ( I own 5 presently) and, while there, he always shows me prototypes or first production pieces from his new line of magic. Of course, I ask to buy and he sells. Yes, there is more stuff coming out of this great craftsman, so be ready, Joe Porper is back!

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