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Don’t Lie Spirit Bell by Pangu Magic

(c. 2013) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

These have been going around and although the unit works fine and looks well made I don’t think anyone is going to be fooled by this – well maybe a four year old. The base is too big and the ringer on the bell is huge and you can clearly see what looks like a magnet as part of the ringer. For the life of me I cannot understand why they didn’t use a much smaller magnet.

This is no Anverdi who did a much better job 42 years ago and this is certainly no Nick Wenger either who did a supreme job in the last few years. If you collect Spirit Bells then for sure get one, but if you wanted to fool someone in our era of iPhones, you won’t.

Effect: The effect is centuries old. It has been performed throughout the world for just as long. A spectator asks a question and the bell rings back, answering the spectators questions. This bell hangs on a beautiful crystal clear acrylic arm. There is absolutely no question that the bell is not attached to any strings, threads, etc. There is absolutely no way the bell can be controlled other than by the spirits. This effect can be performed under test conditions. You can even isolate the bell and stand under a clear box. Bell can be handed out before and after demonstration there is absolutely nothing to find!

This looks like real magic!

  • Bell is Solid Brass Construction
  • Beautiful Acrylic Base
  • Remote Control activated
  • Road Case is Included
  • Road Case is form fitted
  • Top Quality Components Used
  • The package contains all props and instruction.

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Approx. Price: $409.00 (2013) ***

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2 reviews for Don’t Lie Spirit Bell by Pangu Magic

  1. Andy Martin

    Nicely made and Packaged, but a Fooler?

    So these have been going around and although the unit works fine and looks well made I don’t think anyone is going to be fooled by this – well maybe a four year old.

    The base is too big and the ringer on the bell is huge and you can clearly see what looks like a magnet as part of the ringer. For the life of me I cannot understand why they didn’t use a much smaller magnet.

    This is no Anverdi who did a much better job 30+ years ago and this is certainly no Nick Wenger either who did a supreme job in the last few years.

    If you collect Spirit Bells then for sure get one, but if you wanted to fool someone in our era of iPhones, you won’t.

  2. Magic Vincent

    Sometimes you pay for what you get. In this instance it is true. To enter this form of entertainment, you have to think like a spectator. Anticipate what they will think. First of all, everyone is familiar with remote control car door openers. Remote control toy cars and planes. Authenticity is the key. This works fine but looks like a remote control toy. It is no Wenger Spirit Bell which I own. Also, there are other fine Bells on the market that look old and authentic.The base on this is too thick and the way the bell rings looks very fishy. If you are doing a young children’s party, this will be fine. However if you want to be taken seriously by an adult audience, my advice is to save up and spend more and get a Spirit bell which can be examined, looks very old and realistic and can be put together right in front of your audience. This is one product that you do not want to cheap out on. The spectator will see nothing. The Wenger Spirit Bell is also hand crafted. I highly recommend it.

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