i bought this trick and i like it. it is very cleaver but what you dont tell your buyer's is you
would have to buy a full deck that matches the gimmick if you dont have one. plus the pip on the
card has to be the same color as the gimmick. i have red bicycle card but the pips dont match . so i
had to go buy a matching deck just for this routine. you should include a deck of cards. thank you .
7 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
This effect is very good. Everything has been well thought out and the gimmick is far better than I
expected it should last a very long time. The DVD and the teaching are both excellent. It couldn't
be easier learn and perform and the set up is all in the card box at the beginning of the effect.
You can be ready at a moments notice. Very little practice is needed, just practice in front of a
mirror and you'll fool yourself.
Just bring out the cards and go into the routine. The
clean up could be done a number of ways. The nice thing is you can go directly into your favorite
card routine as the deck is normal in every way. You'll love this one, it's a real winner! ADD TO
5 of 5 magicians found this helpful.
You'll not only fool yourself in the mirror doing Reboxed, but you'll blow your audience away. It's
the perfect opener because you don't have to say anything. Restaurants, walk around, banquets,
anywhere, just say "watch this" and do it. They will gasp at the illusion. Now you have their
attention and can perform your next miracle!
5 of 6 magicians found this helpful.
If you are already familiar with Masuda's Ambelitious Card effect (which is better magic in my
opinion), then you should have no problem guessing the premise behind the Reboxed gimmick. Such a
device costs almost nothing to make yourself (I already have) and even the spectator response does
not justify the 25 dollar price.
But don't get me wrong. It's an OK trick that requires
careful handling to pull it off convincingly, but I personally recommend the Ambelitious Card
gimmick instead because it's a more versatile and amazing routine.
6 of 9 magicians found this helpful.
Although Reboxed takes more practice to do smoothly than you'd expect, it's actually quite easy and
practical once you have the handling down. My one criticism is that the gimmick should have been
made of plastic instead of paper. The gimmick you receive should last a long time with care, but
plastic would have been easy to clean and last virtually forever.
2 of 2 magicians found this helpful.
I am a mere hobby magician and was amazed at the trailer for this so bought it straight away. At
first, when I saw the gimmick I felt disappointed as I was expecting something more (I have little
understanding of illusion) and thought people would see right through it. However, the first time I
performed it - with almost NO practice, the response I got was incredible. The spectators were
stunned and they have seen me do quite a lot of magic. I continue to be surprised by the reactions
to this trick and the easy instructions mean my handling of the gimmick has vastly improved.
This is absolutely brilliant and I am sure the gimmick will last a very long time. So happy I
1 of 1 magicians found this helpful.
I could sit here and tell you this is the greatest opener ever, or that this is the most visually
stunning effect ther is, but those would be a lie. THERE IS NOTHING TO COMPARE THIS TOO!!! The
absolute most amazing hands down opener in the world, nay, the known universe and in the unknown
universe they wish they had this effect! Easy to do, easy to reset, easy , easy, easy all around and
the astounded look on your participants faces is priceless! Get This TODAY you, will not be sorry
for adding this to your routine.
1 of 1 magicians found this helpful.
Amazingly awesome when the audience have registered it in their mind as a deck of cards and a deck
box. There is no way of getting out of it. In the minds audience you have just visually taken a deck
out of the box and physically penetrated it back into the box. Amazing reactions and perfect to open
for a close-up routine.
It's a solid trick. Nothing too amazing but fun as what I call a "throw away" trick to introduce the
ACTUAL magic to follow.
the reboxed is perfect trick