Gravity Box No. 1 by Ron Allesi

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

Product Description

Another great comedy item from Ron Allesi.

Approx. Price: $395.00 (08/2003) ***

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2 reviews for Gravity Box No. 1 by Ron Allesi

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    Beautiful Box, Great Comedy, and Without The Hassle!

    So $link(1776,Robert Houdin’s Light and Heavy Chest) has always intrigued magicians. However, most versions, including the expensive modern one from $link(http://www.ronallesimagic.com/viewproduct.php?id=125 target=_blank,order one now), before they are all snapped up! This certainly can be used and used and I see no reason why it won’t keep on working for years to come.

    Thanks Ron for sending me #1 of this limited edition!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    When 100 is really 500.

    This is a very interesting turn of events. This box was meant to be an exclusive from Paul Gross at Hocus-Pocus of just 100 units. The phrase that Paul likes to use is "Once they’re gone, they’re gone!." So excitement builds and the first 100 people shell out the cash to get this "exclusive" item.

    A couple of months pass and suddenly not only is this box being sold everywhere on the Internet, but the boxes themselves have numbers on them that far exceed 100. In all of the boxes, but this one since it was the first, there is a label that says the box was exclusively made for Hocus-Pocus by Doug Malloy Magic. Why then can I go online and buy this product from any dealer?

    Could it be that Paul Gross wasn’t being exactly accurate when he said it was a limited edition of 100? I have noticed a trend recently where Paul gets the so called exclusive on a new item, and then a few months later it ends up at Murphy’s and every dealer has it. You can often pick-up these "exclusives" at lower prices too if you just wait a few months.

    My advice is to be very wary about buying so-called "exclusives" from Paul Gross because it appears that this term doesn’t mean very much to him.

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