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 Post subject: Peter Loughran's Black Hole
PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2004 9:17 pm 
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Did anyone see the demo for Peter Loughran's Black Hole?

I think it is awsome and i would really love to get it but i am wondering if anyone has it and is it worth buying.

He made a steel bowl disappear under a large silk. Plus more

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I have this and it is great. You must realize, however, that what you are getting is a utility device. Some basic instructions come with it, but the real potential depends on your imagination.


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 Post subject: Black Hole
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2004 12:02 pm 
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magicman845 wrote:
I have this and it is great. You must realize, however, that what you are getting is a utility device. Some basic instructions come with it, but the real potential depends on your imagination.


Can you give me more information on this and what you can do with this utility device?

It would be the same as a TT just for larger stuff right.

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I posted a review of it a while back but it got deleted. It basically is a TT for stage(but not a tt) You can come up witha million ideas for it.

It is just like a TT where you start getting ideas flowing. And in one effect you could add a black hole to make something more visual or impressive.

I really like it and think it is worth the money if you have a good imagination


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What is an estimated price? Sounds good.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2004 5:08 pm 
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IT costs $40 plus 5 dollar shipping


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The method is entirely different from a TT. The Black Hole allows you to produce, vanish or transform things at will. It is ideal for stage but extremely workable for close up performers as well. You can perform either with or without a jacket and, depending on what items you are producing/vanishing, you could even do it surrounded. This utility device will require practice in order to get smooth with it but the rewards are well worth the effort.

The initial reaction that many people will have when they receive the product is "That's it?". This is because the Black Holes are such a simple idea that you will want to slap yourself for not thinking about it first. But, most of the best utility devices are extremely simple. It's really what you do with it that unleashes its potential.


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