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iHole by Raphael Macho (Instant Download) Ring and headphones penetration
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A borrowed pair of headphones are threaded through a borrowed ring, with NO moves what so ever. The spectators can even PULL on the headphones.
After a magical gesture, the headphones melt through the ring!
Everything is instandly examinable.
You can even link the ring back onto the headphones! (Bonus effect)

iHole is a practical everyday magic trick, which is totally organic and natural. You don't need to carry any suspicious robes with you, just grab your everyday headphones, and your everyday ring - and make a simple and direct miracle for your audience.

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 18th, 2018
Not a bad effect for $4 if you don't know Ring on rope moves. Keep in mind that the "Additional supplies" disclaimer means you need to make a "Gimmick" (If you can call it that) and carry it around with you to be able to perform the effect. It would have been good to know that this is a gimmicked effect prior to purchasing, as I thought that this download was going to teach an ungimmicked move (sleigh based). I gave the effect 3 stars not because I think it's bad, but because the gimmick is unnecessary to do the routine, all the moves (aside from the one that uses the gimmick) are well known and don't need the gimmick to work (In fact the whole routine works better without it). The use of the gimmick is only there to add one small moment/subtlety of "actually" placing the ring on the headphones. So if you know ring on rope moves, you won't learn much here, aside from a very small, gimmick based, moment in the beginning. It's up to you to decide whether that's worth the price, it wasn't for me.
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Organic, but, more involved Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 31st, 2018
What is shown in the demo video for this effect, will be what you get-and can achieve. I was taken by the moveless impossibilty of this effect-being quite familiar with a number of ring and rope/cord effects.
A magician will appreciate the cleaness, from the spectator's view anyway. Any spectator/non magician I doubt will notice or care about precisely how the props are handled-so long as the desired effect is achieved. I am aware of and do versions of this effect where one ring and one cord is used. That's it. The methods if put on/off, require practice to make them effortlessly invisible. Magician Ron Vergilio has a Ring Off rope that is pure deception-and involves NONE of the moves that involve the crossing of hands. His effect likewise involves a normal rope and any ring.
I Hole is clean looking. However, it requires a few additional props, well understood choreography, and a 'moves'. One actually has more to be dealing with here, compared with no extra prop methods. Clearly, the additional anything, is so that earbuds can be used-because as the inventor believes, they are more 'organic' than a piece of cord or rope. I don't agree with that, but in this case the method requires earbuds because of their characteristics. This version if the effect can't easily be performed with cord or rope-unless one were to craft the special something in rope.
The video is well shot from audience and performer view. Teaching is very clear, thorough. If you get the download and learn it verbatum, you will have an effective mystery.
Personally, I still prefer other versions where I have less to be concerned with, method wise. By making this effect 'organic' so far as props, the creator of this has to do more to pull off the trickery than in versions where rope or simple cord/lace are used. I guess I also don't feel obligated to relinquish traditional props just because I 'must' only work with the most contemporary items-ones as synthetic and NON organic as...earbuds. When rope is actually outlawed, then I'll toss my other ring/cord routines.
Ultimately, this is solid, well conceived and explained. Done as taught, you WILL have a rock solid fooler.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 28th, 2018
So I don’t like this trick especially when it says borrowed head phones borrowed ring well there’s a gimmick you will more then likely be spending at least 25 dollars on to destroy! Don’t waste your money.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 14th, 2018
Amazing trick easy to learn and most importantly it's fun to do
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