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The Magician's Wand (Wood With Brass Tips) If you're looking for one of the finest magician's wands on the market... look no further. This beautiful hardwood wand will serve you for years to come.
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The Magician's Wand is poised with great balance for the seasoned magician. This two part wand is hand crafted from the finest wood and brass materials. The wand stands 13.5 inches tall weighing 5 ounces with a heavy feel.
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Customer Reviews (showing 1 - 10 of 33)3 of 3 magicians found the following review helpful:
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 8th, 2010
This is a beautiful wand. It's very heavy which is great for wand spinning but bad for the foot if you drop it. The two piece unit is a neat conversation piece. For the price it is a steal!
Depends on your needs Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 19th, 2007
This was the first wand that I bought. First it is a very pretty wand. The red wood and brass tips make you look very professional. It has good weight and a solid feel to it. Unfortunately I had three problems. When I execute the Vernon/Mora wand spin, the smooth nature of the wand causes it to slip and fly out of my hand around 25% of the time. I use the wand spin several times in my cups and balls routine and found this to be annoying(so did the dog!). The other problem I had was it's kind of heavy to do the striking vanish.The weight just makes it harder. Finally, heavy use caused it to loosen up which requires tightining, sometimes during a routine. I picked up Michael Ammars Mercury wand (which penguin sells) and found it to be a much better wand for the spinning flourishes being it's lighter and has a rubber center. So if your using it for taps and to help you hold out it's great, but I didn't like it for the high speed spinning actions.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
I have only bought one magician's wand in my life: this one. And I will fore sure never, ever have to buy another one. This wand is pure quality, it's heavy and very well balanced. In my opinion perfect for Cups & Balls.
Better than expected!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 25th, 2010
I bought this on a bit of an impulsive whim.
I was sick and tired of my mediocre wands breaking, and saw this for a little more than I wanted to pay. I had an order ready to place and though "what the heck? why not?" and added it.
This was my favorite part of my order. Using this in my cups and balls routine just demands attention. It is a beautiful wand with a great weight to it. I never thought I'd love using a wand until I saw this.
I LOVE THIS WAND!!!!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 4th, 2007
This Thing Rocks,It Is The Best Wand You Can Ever Buy,Three Words ADD TO CART!!!!!!!
Best wand out there! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 16th, 2007
You go out there with this wand and a set of Penguin cups and you look more professional than David Copperfield (Okay maybe not, but you do look very professional!)
Great, but not for Cups and balls Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 19th, 2008
The wand is beautifully made and is a real bargain -- any magician would be proud to display/use this prop...but I purchased it as THE wand to use with a cups and balls routine, and for THAT purpose, I think the wand is simply too heavy, especially if you plan to do the spin or strike vanish (unless you have extra large or strong hands) -- I had a beautiful hard plastic glitter wand that I bought 35 years (yup, I said years!) ago, but alas, it broke recently as I was practicing the spin vanish -- if I had been using THIS wooden wand with brass tips at the time, the damage would have been far more extensive!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
Never having own a magician's wand before this one, I must say that I was very surprised at the weight of this wand. It was not what I expected. To say that it is "built to last" is an understatement. This piece of equipment is beautifully crafted and I was surprised at how perfectly balanced it was. I found that performing spins and wand flourishes were quite easy. Let's be honest, nothing is a greater motivation than the desire to not break nearby objects or feet. Like working with proper contact juggling balls, the only way to learn properly is to use the real thing and force yourself to take risks.
The wand itself unscrews easily and packs away nicely. Aside from some unwanted tarnishing on the brass tips (easily removed with brasso or some similar metal cleaning product), the dark rose colored woods is beautifully finished and the overall construction is flawless.
If you want to look like a professional, you have to use professional looking things - If you perform cups & balls and use a wand in your routine, this is the wand for you.
Be warned: It is heavy and will require some decent practice.
Amazing! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 18th, 2007
This is such a great wand. When it arrived it was a lot heavier than I thought it would be. It takes some getting used too, but the weight isn't much of a problem. In the video, it looks black. It is actually more of a red wood. It looks very professional. It's the best wand there is!
Just one warning before you buy it, it hurts A LOT if you drop it on your foot!
Beautifull wand - Now Very Practical Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 7th, 2008
The wand is just amazing, looks beautiful and has a good weight, the problem for the workers... it is not well balanced (the weight) and you might fell intimidated practicing with a prop that might break if it falls, and the consequence is that if you dont practice with this wand, you will end using another on performance. Altought I complained about the balance, it is not difficult to do a wand spin vanish, you just have to know what side you are using to do it.
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