(2 customer reviews)

Sensor Box (Sensitive Box) by Boretti, Future Magic

(c. 2009)

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2 reviews for Sensor Box (Sensitive Box) by Boretti, Future Magic

  1. Andy Martin

    Entertaining and Clever Method

    When I first watched the video for this I was not sure how it worked at all and really liked the routine. The box is very nicely made and looks great in the parlor or on stage. The method is easy when you know how, but I still think it is clever and a fooler for sure.

    This could be a real hit in your show. Great Comedy and Great Magic!

  2. Bob Meigs

    Misdirection in a Box!

    This is a very versatile utility prop. The basic idea is that a spectator describes an out-of-sight object by touch, but you control the object ultimately revealed. It’s misdirection in a box!
    Opportunities abound for comedy, or to introduce a mentalism routine, a backstory, or a show theme. It comes with several props, but view these as samples. The true value of this effect lies in adapting it to your show.

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