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Ring in the Bell by Reynold Alexander

A shocking finale you can add immediately to your show. A borrowed ring appears in a bell they've been holding and using! CUSTOM MADE BELL AND INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO INCLUDED.
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"I have been waiting for Penguin to release this trick for a LONG time...I will 100% use this!" - Cody S. Fisher

"Pure evil genius. Your shocked spectators will not see the ending coming. Highly recommended." - Chef Anton

Ring in the Bell is a practical, commercial, memorable, deceptive, dependable, and magical routine. What else can a magician want? - Karl Hein

Ring Flight is a classic in magic that combines a borrowed object to an impossible location with the emotional hook of the object itself. Ring In The Bell is an astonishing ring flight with a sure-fire method that allows you to vanish a spectator’s ring and make it re-appear on the clapper of the bell they are holding.

Reynold Alexander has been refining this method for years, and now he is sharing his brilliant method with the world. Not only is it easy to do, but the method is also practical and doesn’t involve reels or pulls. The ring is under your control the entire time.

A bell is an inherently magical object that produces a mysterious sound. When your spectator’s ring is revealed to be the clapper on the bell your audience will flip out. Ring In The Bell is perfect for walk around, parlor, and even stage performers. Put Ring In The Bell in your act and create a magical experience with your audience’s most personal possessions.

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 10th, 2020
First off let me say that the video instructions were great with nick papa in the studio and Reynold Alexander doing live performances.
Really thought this would be a great wedding gig or even street effect. The add copy says works with any ring. It does not. My ring would not fit the gimmick and even if it had fit my ring would not have worked with this method. I use the ring from bandwidth by Greg Wilson; it’s a cheap ring but still very attractive.
So there were two different reasons this device did not work With just one ring so the claim,”any ring.” Is:FALSE. On multiple levels.
I suggest only doing this with a mans thin wedding band. You can be sure gold will work, and with some luck fit the gimmick.
Any cheap ring should be avoided as to the molecular make up can interfere with the method.
I also would avoid women rings, while the rings are thin Enough to fit the gimmick, Most rings that are cheap may bring issue to the effect. Any expensive ring I would be very Leary of borrowing and ringing in a bell. Rocks could fall and women are a bit more particular about scratches and what not.
@reynould Alexander, I have some ideas that may help more rings work. I returned this due to false ads copy.
First return in ten years, great concept, shoulda waited until all the bugs were worked out before it release.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 22nd, 2020
1st let me say this is a great product!I am excited to put this in my show in some form. I am thinking during my stand up parlour shows! I might do something with it with David parr's Copycat.
However, I began practicing this effect with my own wedding ring and ran into a problem immediately.
My ring has magnetic properties. I think it has some meteorite or some such thing.
Anyway, this presents a problem but also reminds us magicians to do our homework. Now I think I need a PK ring to be able to check the rings I borrow for this effect, and if they are magnetic, I will say something like, "nice ring, (Hand it back) and look to someone else and say, ,may I look at yours!"
I do not want to give away the secret but this is pretty important info.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 5th, 2020
Interesting method and looks well made. In all the preview videos they show a bell with a brown "turned wooden handle" that looks pretty close to regular bells and also the gimmicked bells on the market. The Bell arrived today and the handle looks like a wooden dowel rod with a taper in the middle, painted black. For the price I think they could have put some effort into the handle. I will perform it and see how it plays.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 23rd, 2020
It's a great way to connect with others! The way I perform it, they get to learn a little bit about me, and I get to learn a little bit about them. And we get to share a magical moment.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 22nd, 2020
This is a strange review, since I actually like the trick.

But it has problems.
#1. Part of the gimmick is very slick and if you're an older magician, such as myself, it's quite hard to hold onto. I'm currently having to use lotion before I rehearse. I am looking for ways to "de-slick" the gimmick.

#2. For parlor and stage, this is NOT that good. The inside of the bell is silver and most rings are silver or gold, so the ring just isn't visible. There are bronze bells that are VERY dark, which is what I'm going to buy, but that jacks up the ACTUAL price of doing this trick.

#3. Setting the gimmick isn't actually super quiet. It's fine I'm sure in a bar setting, but if you're doing parlor/small stage, the audience is very quiet, and the noise might be problematic. I'm working on a joke that will cover the noise.

So all in all, it's a pretty neat trick, but your performing environment will make a difference, as will your hands.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 22nd, 2020
Really Smart concept from Mr. Reynold Alexander
True worker for stage, closep up or parlor no angle problems anytime any where.
p.s. Nick teaches all the details on video leaving no stone unturned. reccomend this ro anyone who does ring tricks
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 22nd, 2020
1st let me say this is a great product!I am excited to put this in my show in some form. I am thinking during my stand up parlour shows! I might do something with it with David Parr's Copycat.
However, I began practicing this effect with my own wedding ring and ran into a problem immediately.
My ring has magnetic properties. I think it has some meteorite or some such thing.
Anyway, this presents a problem but also reminds us magicians to do our homework. Now I think I need a PK ring to be able to check the rings I borrow for this effect, and if they are magnetic, I will say something like, "nice ring, (Hand it back) and look to someone else and say, ,may I look at yours!"
I do not want to give away the secret but this is pretty important info.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 21st, 2020
If you use ring flight, you’ll really like this effect. Practice your finger palm, and you’re ready to go. I use the vanishing ring hanky with this. I also establish early in my act that the wand and bell are the same for magic. I think you’ll like this. Good value for price, too.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 20th, 2020
This a very nice trick and great prop the way it work is clever i do recommend this effect
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 20th, 2020
This a very nice trick and great prop the way it work is clever i do recommend this effect
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