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Stealth Assassin Wallet V1.1 by Peter Nardi and Marc Spelmann
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Great product, painful price Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
This is a tough one, because I think this is a great product... I just don't know if it's really worth the steep price. For me, I'd have to say it is, since I love it and have to admit that I don't regret the purchase. Your mileage may vary.
The pros: Reasonably well made... very versatile. You can use this for peeks, as a billet index, it's got a built-in out-to-lunch, it's gimmicked to perform a "cash cabaret" effect... in fact, there are so many different types of effects you can perform with this, 2 DVDs are included.
And speaking of the DVDs, they are fantastic. The effects are all excellent, and very well-demonstrated. Nardi and Spelmann are a great team and immensely entertaining in an understated way.
Negatives: none at all really, except that the price might make you flich. But considering the versatility and the quality and number of the effects you can perform with this, this is very likely something you need.
A little pricy, but still a gem Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
The only con is the price
But here in penguin is a very reasonable price
The wallet is excelent. Many applications for the mentalists.
DD, Mindreading, etc....
Is a good quality leather wallet with enough pockets
Buy it if you can
If you're seriously looking for a mentalist's wallet... Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 12th, 2011
I've heard so much about this wallet when I was looking for a wallet but eventually bought something else because of the lack of bill compartment.
I've recently purchased this because I wanted to use it as a business card case. It is a bit bigger to be a business card case but being able to carry pocket mentalism cards was very appealing and I eventually bought it.
After receiving this, I immediately knew why there were to many praises about this wallet. The features on this wallet is very easy to use and the DVD went into details about many aspects of the wallet.
Yes the price is a bit high but if you're serious about it, I don't think it's that bad. I still have a little doubt as to if I could use it as an everyday wallet but it's my personal taste.
Finally a wallet I'll actually use! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 24th, 2013
After years of trial and error and months of research, I finally bit the bullet and bought the Stealth Assassin Wallet and I'm so glad I did! I've owned the Real Man's Wallet but didn't like performing with it or carrying it. I owned an Outlaw business card peek wallet and while I liked it, it was only good for carrying business cards and after washing it in the washer once (oops), I retired it. I then bought a Triple Threat Wallet. I liked the TTW but I didn't like the credit card holder inside and quite frankly it wasn't the greatest quality. I still own it and will perform with it from time to time but I would not carry it as my everyday wallet.
Now the SAW...wow, what a quality wallet! It has just enough space for things I need and no room for things I don't. It has so many great features that work as well as advertised. Normally I hate watching long DVDs (I'd rather read a book), however Nardi and Spelman not only make watching nearly 2 hours of instruction fun but provide loads of material! It's not cheap but it is worth every penny. Highly recommended!
Expensive but good wallet. Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 9th, 2013
I would like to review very short.
Quality : 3/5. Nothing bothers you when you do tricks but it is not as good as everyday wallet. There is no compartment for bills or coins but business cards and credit cards. It also doesn't look good quality wallet. It doesn't look cheap either. Just average.
Although the quality of the wallet is not expectation, the 2 companion dvds makes me try hard to use this wallet over and over. Their teaching is so good not only about the wallet but they also deal with whole concept of successful peeking like when you should peek, what thing you don't want to do when you peek etc. Also, you will get many different ideas & effects with this wallet from the dvds.
I belive no wallet has this much of features. So if you are into mentalism and seek for a wallet, don't get other ones because once you use most of mentalism wallet, you can't use it again to same person because of the move is the same .Also if you didn't peek surely you can't go back to peek with other wallets while Stealth Wallet can.
I just wanted the cost of the wallet was lower or better quality.
Great product and DVD, but hard to use as an everyday wallet! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 11th, 2014
A well made versatile product with several great mentalism functions built in. The SUC is fantastic and very deceptive looking. You can not tell it's there by looking at it. Anyway, the PROS: The DVD is excellent, with many routines with even a recommended list of routines you can do for a table hopping act. Nardi and Spellman are fun to watch, with the consistent humor and detailed explanations. I could watch this dvd again and again. Some good routines, particularly shortlist, Hollywood or Bust, and Cash Cabaret. My first wallet was the F1 Nitro, which, on the outside looks similar to the Assassin. F1 Nitro has most of the Assassin's mentalism features, but it was lacking the SUC, so I got the Assassin for SUC in hopes of switching between wallets for different tricks. But here are some issues I have. CONS: It's very hard to use this as an everyday wallet. You can probably put money and some cards in there but that's about it. The F1 Nitro is a more practical everyday wallet because there is a pocket behind the billet index as well as another pocket right in front of where the SUC would be, so there's much more room for everything you need to put in a wallet and then some. I was able to carry also Powerball 60, Extreme Burn and some blank cards in my F1 Nitro. In the Assassin, that's much more difficult; I was disappointed in that I was hoping it would at least have these extra pockets in there as well, and it doesn't so it barely holds just the bare essentials, and otherwise gets really tight. I also like to use Kolossal Killer as well, and in the Assassin, it's really hard to put in there unless you use several Magician's forces with that routine. So currently I use the out to lunch function and use it as a business card wallet. I find the Espionage Wallet more practical as a regular wallet with all the mentalism features and then some. On the plus side, if I needed to use SUC for a trick, the Assassin would be much quicker and convenient for that, as it is smaller and less stuff, whereas with the Espionage SUC, I have to be more careful how I handle it and make sure nothing falls out of the Shogun function. But overall, many people love the Assassin and it's a good mentalism investment; I just don't feel it's worth $180!! That's quite a bit!
1000 stars!!!!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 29th, 2015
my search for a great multipurpose wallet is over and maybe yours too
peeking, switching,etc. this wallet is perfect for any mentalist
i've been able to get AMAZING reactions from people on the streets.
really high quiality explanations from marc spellman and peter nardy with some really nice tricks
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