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Confetti Shooter by Vernet Magic
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The magician shows his hands clearly empty. He makes a magic gesture, and immediately produces a shower of confetti!
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great original, loud, buy it Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 2nd, 2011
simple easy but loud you have to make some noise or misdiretion like 1,2 3 and shout the number 3 or kind of that is great for beginners to pro on stage or in close up... great misdirection buy it
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 27th, 2012
to cheep of quality to even leve a review. Do not buy!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 14th, 2011
waste of money. after opening the package, I didn't even waste my time practicing on it. the gimmick cannot be done close up. but if you use it on stage maybe it will help.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 14th, 2013
This device help you to make your magic more magic!
If you use it on stage, you don't care about the noise. But if you want to use it for close-up, think something to cover the noise!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 19th, 2012
many buyers to get the secret weapon will say that this is another toy that will be on the shelf! But this is not so, if you want to decorate your show for children, this product is for you! I am using it and very happy, because kids really like when there is confetti in the air))
I put 4 stars
ssory for my bad inglish
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 19th, 2011
the video gives it away thats all im gonna say but i still ordered one cuz it took me alot of views to catch it and your audiance wont have pause or rewind so if your gonna get it get it here ive already shoped around its cheapest here unles someone looked at a site i have yet to find, i hope this helps cant wait to get mine so many uses and ideals i wanna try.
Very cool Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 6th, 2011
I love the idea of producing confetti out of empty hands. Very magical and great for any audience. It's a great way to reuse my mylar mouth coils because you cut them up to create confetti.
The quality of this is a bit sketchy. It seems like it may break after a few months, but probably will last. Very cool idea and great secret. You could actually use this to produce something else that is very small which is pretty cool.
The reason I give it one less star is because:
-it can be loud (but there are ways to controlling it with practice) and
-the gimmick is very difficult to open. I almost returned it because of this but I was able to glue a small piece of sandpaper which allows me to get a good grip on it to open it. The gimmick should have had that improvement on it, and I shouldn't of had to make it better myself.
I used this for the first time at a corporate kids christmas show as my opener. I stated "Magical energy is All around us, and within All of us", showed my hands empty, grabbed some magical energy from the air and manifested a small handful of silver confetti throwing it into the air and having it flutter slowly to the ground. It looks like it's snowing inside a building. It got a huge round of applause and some kids ran up to the front and took a piece of the confetti as a souvenir. Magical moments ;)
Not bad... but it's pretty loud. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 1st, 2011
I do a lot of work with small children... preschool through about 3rd grade. I was looking for something that would get a "What just happened" reaction, and thankfully I found this. Very simple, and yet if you time it right, it's incredibly effective! Nothing to write home about, but it's a great visual add-on to a rountine.
The bad thing is the sound. The video is a little deceiving because it doesn't let you know that there is a very big *SNAP* sound when you use this. The volume is in between a loud finger snap and a full-on hand clap. You have to cover it somehow. I usually prep my routines by saying "Now I just snap my fingers..." and boom! But you can't silently produce the cofetti- so if you need to do this without people hearing you, this is not the gimmick to get.
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