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The Stealth Retractor by John Kennedy Carry this in your pocket and you're always ready to perform impromptu close-up miracles!
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You can make your business card float up into your hand and then give it out, or make a spectator's chosen card rise out of the deck and up into your hand - even with a borrowed deck! And remember, all of this happens just inches away from your audience.
Point to a pack of sugar and it jumps out of its container. Point again and it jumps into your hand! Are you beginning to see some of the possibilities?
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The Stealth Retractor comes complete with battery, Kevlex filament, and illustrated routines.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 8th, 2003
This is a great device. I would suggest reading the review written by Jeff D. from Los Angeles. He has a lot of good points dealing with weight of objects and other issues. But if you have the time to think of tricks to use with it, it can become a real jaw dropper, especially if it is used in combination with other tricks like the ITR. The only problem that I have come across is that there is not a lot of documentation on tricks that you can do with this. I find that you have to figure out your own material. The overall reaction to when performing a trick with this is hard to beat. I highly suggest it.
Light Weight Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 19th, 2003
A very clever mechanism. But it doesn't pull much weight. It has difficulity pulling a selected card out of a deck, unless you are holding the cards very looseley and wriggling them in your hand to give lots of air between them. But it is so silent is is amazing. The string is very invisible. The whole product is good quality. But stick to really light items like sponge balls, single cards, kleenex, dollar bills. A hint, add a drop of hard glue to the button. It will make it easier to find in your hands when you are trying to keep the pull hidden. (The button end feels the same as the other flat end.)
I'm sure this is great, but . . . Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 4th, 2013
I purchased this several years ago. I found myself having to frequently take it apart and reset it. The kevlar kept getting caught up inside and had to take it apart to retrieve it. It's been sitting in my pile of unused and broken magic items for years.
I should take the time to pull it out and give it another shot because I'm sure if I could get it working, it would be great . . .
Sorry John but no. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
This isn't a very good gimmick, infact I would recommend you go for Yigal Mesika's Tarantula gimmick instead because that one is a lot more comfortable and versatile.
As with most of John Kennedy's products the demo makes the trick look much better than it is, and it's overpriced.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 12th, 2005
I love it, absolute insanity. GENIUS, GENIUS, GENIUS. Its so compact, it may not be the strongest but its got so many applications, I'm willing to over look it. Get it NOW before it is all gone.
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