I agree with the other reviews, this cap works very well, but I'm sure black would be best. I bought
the red, and use it on a coke bottle as mentioned in the video. The cap can pass for normal unless
examined, and then it can seem a bit odd if given the chance to be thoroughly looked at (mind you,
it may seem different but most laymen will not figure out the gimmick. I have also performed this 5
times thus far - only 1 person used their fingernail and figured out the gimmick, but I gave them
way too much time to examine as they were a friend. I'd recommend but with a bit of audience
control, as usual. Still very awesome!
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This is great. The cap looks no different from ordinary caps, and it fits most caps (in Japan at
least). Anyway,I've got a couple of tips. First,I think the best cap color is black because of the
color of the accompanying items(not the gimmick) is black. Also, my daughter accidentally discovered
the gimmick's system by shaking it hard, so you should be a little careful when allowing spectators
to examine it.
I find it somewhat hard to prevent a tiny "revealing" sound when I put the
system back after the effect, though that may not be a problem for skilled hands.
this is really fun to do, and it looks unbelievable.
The price is rather high, but you will be
happy to get one.
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Mine came with No Cap in it but was inspected by someone with the Initials RR ? And there sold out
so I can't get Another/ very Upset at this! So RR whoever you are where's my Cap?
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I've had this for awhile now. It's good but I noticed the edge of the "lid" has a ding on it which
might draw some attention. I contacted the customer service email that was provided with the
packaging. I did get a quick response real response and was told they would replace it. That was
over a month ago. Received nothing! I contacted them again, this time with no response. I don't
think I'd purchase a Paul Harris Presents truck again.
I have had this for a week now. I've performed it for roughly 9 or 10 people.
At least 3 of them
discovered the secret because the top wiggles a little if played with, and 1 said, "that's not a
real coke cap. There's no printing on it"
It would be a perfect effect of there was a way to
make the top part sit in more tightly and flush like a "scotch and soda" gimmick and if they printed
the usual text on it like a real coke cap has. Other than, is a great idea and does fool most
people. You'll just have to take your chances on who those people will be
This trick is amazing! After watching the demo, I was amazed. I'm always looking for those
different, cool effects to come out because sometimes you just need a break from card magic, and
this is it!
I received it yesterday and was performing it today after working on the moves. I
like the band aid method. I think a pk ring is a little obvious. Those that have this will know what
I'm talking about. Anyway, I couldn't believe what lttle heat the cap drew. Almost none. Just
tapping on it myself was convincing enough that out was solid. My only con is that the gimmick does
move a little on the top but otherwise, I love it. I just wouldn't recommend handing it out for
examination. They might discover the secret. Otherwise, it's great! For $40 I think it's well worth
it. I'm sure alot of planning and designing went into making this. Well done! I definitely recommend