The gimmicks don't seem that great. Feels flimsy and doesn't really represent a wallet in my
opinion. Looks more like a business card holder. The actual "magic" when the wallet vanishes and
turns into the bills feels flimsy and weak. In the intructikns it is stated that the magic part is
not supposed to be visual, and it really isnt. I get bigger reactions out of my hundy 500. So bottom
line, if you're on the fence about this, I say skip it and get the Hundy, if you already have the
Hundy, that's all you'll ever need.
The effect is not the wallet vanishing, the effect is the wallet ending up in her pocket. It is really good, and if you want it to be visual you can easily do it, if you use the other side of the wallet, and throw it down.
As far as the hundy goes that is a trick unto itself. Even on the DVD they talk about this not being a hundy type effect and it's not. It's a pickpocket effect. I perform both.
So to qualify the OP statement I would say if you want to change dollars into hundreds then get hundy if you want to demo pickpocketing get this.
I have both.
Oh and one other thing, the Gimmicks are props. Props in magic are used to affect an effect. They aren't real. Hehehe
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