Wow, Ok, so I did NOT read the comments on this.
First off, Nicholas Byrd's TWISTED should be
removed totally from Penguin. This is what causes great companies to lose credit with their buyers.
Second off, this is totally false advertisement. In todays world you won't find these spoons in
ANY establishment aside from crappy roadside diners in the middle of nowhere. Reuse this gimmick?
When? You aren't "USING" it, you're switching it out, sorry, but did I somehow step into the middle
ages? The "GIMMICK" as you so masterfully put it is something I do on the spot, I don't need to
waste my time (nor does an amateur bender) "switching" anything out. This isn't reusable, this is
recyclable... get rid of it.
Third, with the amount of REAL performance material out there on
metal bending this should have been laughed out of stock the moment it arrived.
Liquid Metal, Psychokinetic Silverware, Patrick Kuffs Metal Bending and so many others that selling
this should put shame on your inventory.
Nicholas Byrd, great job on conning the magic
community. You've made money off me this time, but never again will I purchase ANYTHING with your
name attached to it. You've disgraced the Metal Bending Community as much as the Perfect Bend has
(and it's not perfect if any viewers are rushing to look it up, cheap trick is all).
beware, you can get much better for this price (or less), do not waste your money on this. Even
METALLOGIC I'd use before this and I rarely use METALLOGIC anymore due to the fact that REAL metal
bending illusion isn't what you're purchasing here.
This was the worst purchase that I have ever made. You can not do it over and over again, and it is
not even good. I highly recomend getting Morgan Strebler's liquid metal, because this trick is like
an opening trick in liquid metal. Plus, the way Morgan does it, it's even better. Only get this if
you want to be disappointed when you get it in the mail.
I put the low rating so you'd read it. It's okay, pretty pricy but you can re-use it unlike these
knuckleheads say. get liquid metal instead.
0 of 1 magicians found this helpful.