Ultimate Penetration Frame by Magic Wagon(c. 2013) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
A piece of clear Plexiglas fills the frame which can cleanly be shown as solid. When not in use this rests in a stand. When performing you take a wooden sleeve that passes over the frame and slide it to the center of the frame, where upon you push through three brass rods right through the center. When you are done you pull the rods out and slide off the sleeve and the Plexiglas is left intact.
It looks really impossible, yet it is 100% automatic in working, with nothing added or taken away.
Effect: Hundreds of hours have gone into the development of this mechanical marvel. What is really amazing and makes the trick seem impossible is that the frame is only 1 inch wider than the actual size of the glass and it also eliminates all the card clips that appear in previous versions of this classic Penetration Frame.
A wooden frame containing a sheet of plexiglass is displayed on both sides. A small cover with three holes is then placed over the center of the glass. Without any hesitation, the performer plunges one brass rod through the hole in the center! Next, he pushes the other two rods through the remaining holes, apparently penetrating the solid sheet of plexiglass. The performer now pulls all the brass rods out and immediately removes the cover to reveal that a sheet of plexiglass is completely unharmed and still perfectly solid! There is no explanation for how the brass rods could possibly go through! It truly looks impossible.
Please note that the three holes represent the center of the glass and there is just no way the usual methods could possibly apply.
The frame measures approximately 12.5cms by 10cms and 1.5cms thick and completely hand-crafted from genuine teak with an antique natural distressed oil finish and finally adorned with 20 brass nails.
Approx. Price: $325.00 (2013) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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