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Super Sight Get ready to FREAK OUT your spectators! You're in the other room, you're eyes are closed, the spectator has a completely free choice!!! Highly Recommended!!!
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You hand a spectator a plush velvet pouch and ask her to remove the contents. She removes a solid brass canister (just under 2" tall) with a screw-on lid and 5 different colored brass discs.
As she inspects the contents of the pouch you turn your back. (Alternately, you can leave the room.)
Q: The description sounds completely impossible... is there a confederate involved?
Is it possible to read people's minds? Now is your chance to own one of the best kept secrets in magic. This brass magic trick has even fooled some of the greatest minds. It's easy to learn and requires no skill or sleight of hand. Everything you will need is in the box!
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Gerat Trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 18th, 2003
A great mentalism trick - while the product itself is fully inspectable, don't let it hang out there too long.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 19th, 2003
Personally, I don't like this effect. It's incovenient, and I don't feel the trick itself doesn't floor the audience simply because the nature of the trick itself. The entire trick is unnatural to the audience, and therefore all heat is one the parts. In my opinion, I would spend my money elsewhere, but on the other hand, there are people who seem to really like this effect, and it may be a great investment. It's a personal choice. This one sits on the shelf for me...but to each his own. B_Magic Score: F
Ok trick, easy to do, good looking Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 24th, 2003
A Little expensive, but this works well, easy to do, but this doesn't seem to pack a big 'wow' by itself.... but add this to a combination of mentalism tricks and it's a nice convincing touch that you can freely display and pass around. Nicely crafted unit, feels good in the hands.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 10th, 2003
This is really ingenious and really cool! I don't believe anyone would figure it out. It makes people say Whoa! Worth every penney.
Quality little effect Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 27th, 2003
I have been doing this effect now for a few months and it is nothing to base a show over but it is a good icebreaker or warm-up. I like to use it for setting up for the next effect and it is so easy to perform and well made that even my magician friends once they see it done say it worked well. I recommend it to anyone--especially if you want a little mentalism.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 12th, 2003
Mixed reviews for this trick I see. I don't understand why. Super Sight is excellent and will be in your magic repertoire for years to come. The secret ingenious, there's no reason to feel anything but satisfaction with this piece of magic. The device is very durable and will not wear out from repeated uses. The price is more than reasonable. It might be wise to get Crazy Cube AND Tel-A-Vision first to see if this sort of magic is what you enjoy.
Great Trick Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 4th, 2004
I like this trick and feel that while it's a little expensive it packs a big punch. I've gotten tons of great reactions and it's definately paid for itself. The reason I give it a 4 is because while the items aren't obviously gimmicked too much time out and the audience (if it's small) might figure it out. And no- there is NO other equipment in the box- just the canister and the disks. Nothing to palm- and nothing to hide- and you are VERY clean at the end. I give it an A.
Penguin needs to stock this again Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 26th, 2004
OK Penguin, lets get this one in stock again. It is truely a great mentalism trick. When you reveal the selected color, they will be amazed every time. The first time I saw this, a magician friend baffled me with it. I took the trick and examined it inside and out. I couldn't figure it out. I just knew I wanted this trick. I waited for Penguin to stock it, and waited, and waited. My local magic store did not sell it, and I was getting tired of waiting, so I offered my friend money. He sold it to me and once he taught me the effect, I was like, Duh, wow, I never would have figured that out. The trick is completely inspectable, and that's what I like the most.
Too obvious Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
Sorry, but I really don't like this effect. The props are quite nicely made, so I'll give credit for that, but the problem is that they still look like very much like magic props. There's nothing natural or organic about them. Since they look so much like props, people will naturally want to scrutinize them to try to figure out the workings. If you let them do so, it's really not very hard for anyone to get a pretty good idea as to method. Even without applying any scrutiny to them, the nature of the effect doesn't leave many alternatives as to the method. If you perform this for anyone who is reasonably intelligent and invests a few moments of thought to it, they will not be fooled.
This is certainly a step up from the die-in-canister trick, which is similiar in effect ("see" the hidden item), but it's still too gimmicky and transparent to be something I'd want to perform for an adult.
Great trick well made Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 12th, 2010
This is a nice piece of apparatus. It looks like a magic trick yes but upon letting the spectator closely examine all the parts you can sell it as fair. I like the quality and the fun you can have is there for the buck. You can even leave the room while the spectator/volunteer does there thing. It will take a few times and a bit of practice but it is an excellent trick. Also the size is nice and once mastered it works every time. Add to cart.
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