It's a dye tube...what can I say. Not sure yet if I like it better than the ones with the cloth band
in the middle?
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very shiny unlike the thumb tip. very large for my fingers. i can't use it.
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since i have small hands, this thing is quite big for me. However due to the size i can use this
with larger silks, which help conceal the gimmick.
you should decide for yourself if this is an
I was ready to hate this, as how good could a plastic dye tube be, right? Wrong! It is the exact
size and shape recommended by the late Dai Vernon and it works like a champ. I have no problem
using 18" silks and one finger can remove the tube during the routine rather than the usual two
finger pull which looks rather obvious.
On my DVD, which was shot over 14 years ago, I
recommend a dye tube which is no longer available. To do any of the dye tube routines on that DVD
this is the one to own.
Very nice model. It has a couple advantages over the aluminum one I've been using for years. The
biggest is that it doesn't have sharp rolled edges that stress the silk. Also, the paint doesn't
chip. Has a different feel, since it's plastic, but just as easy to manipulate. Recommended.
the dye tube is an excellent product. It's great to put the thumb tip to rest, and it can even do
more. The handling is simple, and the effects are amazing. I would strongly reccomend this product.
Please tell me that this one has the rolled edges and no strap.
5 stars if it has the rolled
edges. Don't need much. A little will do. I will update after I get mine.
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