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Cube in a Tube by Abbott’s, Arthur Setterington

(c. 1971) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Praised by top magicians all over the world the award winning Cube In A Tube was invented by Arthur Setterington and marketed exclusively by Supreme Magic Company c. 1971. This is Abbott’s version made under license from Supreme.

Effect: A Wooden die is 4″ square, covered with a lacquered red and gold tube placed on an elevated platform. Then a shown empty metal cylinder is placed on top of the wooden die and tapped down into the tube with a mallet. When the cover is lifted, the large die has vanished. There is only the metal cylinder on the tray. Metal cylinder is shown and die is now completely cylindrical inside with its spot elongated. It’s a knockout!

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Approx. Price: $100.00 (2002) ***

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1 review for Cube in a Tube by Abbott’s, Arthur Setterington

  1. Andy Martin

    A Fun Classic!

    I’ve always been intrigued by this effect, so when I saw that my good man Ron Allesi had one up for sale I snapped it up!

    The effect is simple enough: the square die turns into a round die as you bash the round tube into the box with the mallet! The method is clever and it is easy to do.

    It has one angle issue, but this can be a very effective, entertaining piece of magic.

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