Red, Blue Perfect Prediction Dice and Clear Prediction Ladder by Kreis Magic

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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So Magic Wagon tried this effect a couple of times with Rhine’s Dice I and II, but to my mind Kreis Magic have really nailed it with this relatively expensive set.  The Dice are perfect, but make sure you get the “Perfect” ones because they can hold up to extreme investigation.  The dice are larger than the Magic Wagon ones too and look better.  In fact, because these dice are clear they even look better than the ones created by LabcoMagic for their Magic Dice Set.  They cost a little more, but the extra cash is worth it.  The ladder works very well, and unlike the Magic Wagon ones the glass can be locked into place so nothing moves.  I like the routine of having red and blue backed cards and the spectator choosing a card from each and then rolling the dice.  Makes for a colorful, impossible effect!

Approx. Price: $457.00 (11/2017) ***

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1 review for Red, Blue Perfect Prediction Dice and Clear Prediction Ladder by Kreis Magic

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    So Magic Wagon tried this effect a couple of times with Rhine’s Dice I and II, but to my mind Kreis Magic have really nailed it with this relatively expensive set.  The Dice are perfect, but make sure you get the “Perfect” ones because they can hold up to extreme investigation.  The dice are larger than the Magic Wagon ones too and look better.  In fact, because these dice are clear they even look better than the ones created by LabcoMagic for their Magic Dice Set.  They cost a little more, but the extra cash is worth it.  The ladder works very well, and unlike the Magic Wagon ones the glass can be locked into place so nothing moves.  I like the routine of having red and blue backed cards and the spectator choosing a card from each and then rolling the dice.  Makes for a colorful, impossible effect!

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