Ill be honest, after so many years of performing knowing about the "Nest of wands" I always
underestimated this product. The secret of how it works was so simple that I just didnt want to get
I decided to buy it out of pure curiosity, used it on a preeschool show 2 days later and
let me tell you... they went crazy. Kids loved it. The wands are made of a very good queality
material, no second guessing on getting thwm again.
Im very happy with the wands.
Everyone knows what this is and how it's done. But the construction is solid for this classic
laugh-producer. Good work.
Love the Wands, but the pieces of plastic on the ends of the tubes broke instantly.
super glue, glue them in.
The rest of the product is awesome
I just received my Nesting Wands, after only seeing them used once this summer at our local
library's magic show. They are a big hit already, well made, and easy to use.
I have already
used them during Vacation Bible School and then this past week at our granddaughter's Camp/after
The kids really laugh when they see the different colors and sizes of the wands
end up under the child's arms, chin, and then between their knees!
Thanks for a product that
allows me to provide lots of fun and laughs to childrens' programs!
Great for kid's birthday shows, especially if you use a number of trick wands during a show with kid
assistants from the audience. (Ex: Fishing Pole Wand, Breakable Wand, Pop-off Wand, Silly Billy's
Inflatable Wand, Can O' Wands...)
I bought it to replace a nesting Wand I wore out and I bought
it because it's worth having for the laughs I get with it!
Another great gag wand for children or family shows. This prop can turn and simple trick into a 10
minute routine. Works great with a small child. Place the first wand under the right arm, then the
next under the left arm, the next under their chin and keep going until their arms and hands are
full. Then have the child wave their whole body as a human wand. This is also a good
photo-opportunity for a birthday party! Mine is holding up well under light use.
This is a classic for a reason. Children love the goofy interaction as more and more wands come out.
Sure they know how its done but that doesn't matter as much as the fun they have.