When I purchase tricks, I tell myself that I am buying the effect, not the method - The effect is
what the audience wants and no matter how simple or silly the method, if it works for them, then the
trick is a success.
That said - I cannot recommend this trick for the price. It is a bit angley
and makes a clicking sound that takes a lot of practice to cover with a snap. The cube cannot be
manipulated the same way a normal cube can.
It is a shame because the effect is so powerful but
the audience will immediately want to rush and inspect the cube but it doesn't start or end clean.
If the creator included a method of cube swapping and a cube with with to swap, I could reconsider
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This gimmick looks much nicer on the video than in real life.. i think 75$ is very pricy for what
you get, which is best suited, as mentioned, for video clips.
4 of 6 magicians found this helpful.
First let me say that it probably could've been a little bit less for what you get but with all the
YouTube hack wannabe magicians exposing tricks ,I'm glad it's over budget for most. The effect has
potential.with a little bit of acting and practice, this could look amazing.
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I bought this effect as an openbox and paid 30$ and still i think it is a loss. The gimmick could've
been made better. You can custom make it better but for the price I think they couldve at least hand
you a good gimmicked cube. Well at least the intructions are clear? WRONG. The instructions are no
more than 15 minutes. No editing, not even someone talking and teaching you how to use it. Just text
at the bottom of the screen and you have to catch on. Id invest in another cube gimmick.
I think the people who gave 3 stars to this trick did not understand the idea.
this effect is
perfect for video, social media or tv.
Also to attach it to stage routines.
obvious that the cube has angles, but I think it's worth having it to achieve such a good effect.
I bought this as an open box. Had I paid $75 for this thing, I would be livid. Think you have some
idea of the method? Nope...that’s not it. In fact, calling it a gimmick is an insult to all other
gimmicks. If you are interested in adding Rubik’s Cube effects, check out Brundage’s Cube 3 and
invest in some practice.