One of the many things I don't understand is why someone would want to use a chop cup that calls
attention to itself. An then, to spend tons of money on it. Silver, brass, copper, wood,
collapsible, and (imho) the height of stupidity, a soft-sided collapsible cup. Now you have a prop
that has the real method hidden and presents another, perfectly workable one in plain sight. But, I
This cup doesn't look special, it looks like something you borrowed from your
kid. It fits in your pocket, just like the one costing 10x more, and it is just the right size to
accomidate a regulation-sized golf ball or really small pineapple as a final load.
it doesn't hurt that it costs next to nothing.
I bought this from penguin because it is by far the lowest price anywhere. I use this chop cup in
all my walk around shows. It looks like an everyday toy cup. Looks like there's no magic in it, and
thats what makes it so good. Its is the perfect size for a golf ball production at the end.