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

Khartoum Ring Fantasy by Collectors’ Workshop

Another great stage item from Collectors’ Workshop.

Approx. Price: $745.00 (11/2002) ***

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2 reviews for Khartoum Ring Fantasy by Collectors’ Workshop

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    As if by Magic the Ring appears!

    Well I’ve been complaining for a while now that there is no good, cool magic out there to buy. What a load of horse that is!

    I did not realize how much good magic I was missing by over looking a few key Collector’s Workshop effects. Just in the last few weeks I’ve picked up: $link(1554,Creation), $link(1553,Billet Box), $link(1555,Samurai Sword), $link(1559,Can of Corn), and $link(1545,Zodiac) to name a few. These are all wonderful effects, that if you don’t own you should check them out at: $link(http://www.collectorsworkshop.com/?tagent=martinsmagic,Collector's Workshop)

    This little beauty is another real winner. Easy to do, remote control, visual, and very perplexing.

    A ring is borrowed and vanished and without you touching the ribbon it suddenly and visibly appears tied to the ribbon!

    Sometimes when I buy expensive props they just don’t work as well as you would expect, but this marvel has worked everytime so far and really didn’t take any getting used to. I only wish all high-end props were this simple and error free! A wonderful prop, and highly recommended!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    George Guerra

    A true favorite of the CW line

    My review is for the original version which is completely mechanical in that the release is through a clock spring motor so timing is critical but easily manageable and the base is beautiful furniture finished solid walnut rather than brass as in the new version. Otherwise the workings are the same. The effect is startling and dramatic. The ring that appears in the ribbon is the actual spectator’s ring; there is no switching. Very clever item from the devious minds at CW.

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