I am sorry to inform you all that this watch is junk. Do not be fooled by the amount of smoke that
you see in the demo video. This watch does not produce any where near the quality or quantity of
smoke that you see in this demo video. I have used it on several up close occasions where The
Spectator did not even notice the smoke at all. If you are thinking about using this on stage think
again. The smoke will be so minimal that no one in the audience will be able to see it. I use smoke
in my routines very frequently. I own several different devices that create smoke. I have devices
that I wear on my person during my routine and I also have devices that are attached to props that I
can trigger remotely. I can honestly say that out of all the devices smoke devices I have come
across, this is the absolute worst. When you first take the watch out of the box it looks absolutely
beautiful. Then you find out that you have to hook up all of the parts that make the watch work
correctly. After you've got everything hooked up and you put it on it is the most uncomfortable
thing you could have on your wrist. The parts that you have to hook up to the watch that are
supposed to be hidden under the watch band can be seen by Spectators if you are not careful. In
other words wearing this watch will limit your ability to move freely without giving away that you
are wearing fake watch. Furthermore, when you are using the watch to produce smoke it will make
noise. It is not a lot of noise but if you are trying to do a trick for a spectator and it's quiet
they will hear a hissing/ sizzling sound that is coming from your wrist. One of the reasons I bought
this watch was so I could produce smoke from my hands while wearing a short-sleeve shirt. While
using the watch for different groups of people I have come to the following conclusion. If you are
wearing a short-sleeve shirt and you do an effect where you generate smoke near your hands The
Spectators are going to try and figure out where the smoke could possibly have come from. Spectators
are not stupid they know that you cannot make smoke come out of your skin. Let's say for example you
were going to do a bent coin routine. When you make the coin bend in your hands and smoke suddenly
starts to come from your hands The Spectator will try and figure out where the smoke came from. I
can tell you that most Spectators will come up with one of the following conclusions. They will
believe that the smoke either came from the coin that you bent or that it came from the giant black
watch that is on your wrist. If you hand out the coin to be inspected and they see that it is not a
trick coin they will immediately come to the conclusion that the smoke came from your watch. I've
had a couple Spectators ask what kind of watch I had on and even asked me to tell them what time it
is. The screen on this watch does not light up or tell time it is simply a piece of glass intended
to resemble the appearance of a Smartwatch that is not displaying anything on the screen.
In conclusion, I would not recommend buying this extremely expensive prop. I currently own and
use mystery smoke. I can tell you that you can SILENTLY produce smoke from your hands, while wearing
a short-sleeve shirt, and have absolutely nothing attached to your wrist, with mystery smoke. I will
admit that the setup for mystery smoke is much more complicated than simply wearing a watch on your
wrist. The reason I bought the smoke watch was because I was hoping that I could eliminate some of
the complicated set up that I have to use with mystery smoke. Please trust me when I tell you that
mystery smoke Works 10,000 times better and costs much less.
7 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
I thought this was a self contained unit but it's not, you need to have some bulky components with a
diameter just shy of a sharpie shoved under the band directly on your skin. If its not comfortable
whats the point? You may as well use Mystic smoke or Vapor.
3 of 4 magicians found this helpful.
This effect is its not self contained, there is another component other than watch you must wear
under band. The extra piece is bulky and uncomfortable on the wrist.
2 of 2 magicians found this helpful.
A perfect secret weapon to display a beautiful puff of smoke from apparently nowhere. I bought the
Apple Watch when it first came out so this device is perfect for me. When I need a bit of a smoke
effect I just take off my Apple Watch and put on my Smoke Watch 2.0 Smart edition.
says it has no tubes but the truth is there is a small tube hidden under the watch band. Also when
you trigger the smoke you will feel a slight burning on your wrist. Not too much pain but you will
feel the burn! Works great and it gets five stars just for use of technology and innovation. I
love my watch!
4 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
Smoke watch. The idea and concept is brilliant, my dislikes are the noise and the extra vibrations
that are extremely noticeable by spectators. In a very noisy environment it’s not so much a problem
or on stage, but for closer work it’s simply too noisy . Also there is a time delay, so you cannot
instantly repeat it if you need to. I found the magic Smith tiny device to be a better option for my
1 of 1 magicians found this helpful.
Unlike the other reviewer, I was satisfied with the smoke and spectators could see it fine. So in my
opinion it does produce nice smoke, and it does amaze people, but the design is very crude. The
battery literally hangs out of the back, loose on a wire and I used black electrical tape to secure
it to the inside of the band which seems ridiculous for a 5 product. Same with the clever tiny fan
that blows the smoke, which I had to zip-ty to the band to keep it from falling out. The band is
also way too small, and even the last hole squeezed my wrist forcing the battery and fan into my
wrist. It works, but they really need to improve the design. I do like the button operation with
the timer as carting an extra remote around in my already loaded pockets is not preferable. The fan
I get, as it needs to be underneath your wrist but I would like to see a more streamlined version
that doesn't have the battery hanging out and perhaps a band that better hides the fan and is large
enough to fit white males. Yes they grow em bigger here in Merica.
1 of 1 magicians found this helpful.
This thing works. And even though it's new tech magic, it works like old tech magic. Meaning there
are some misc. wires that need to be tucked, some automaton activity that has been replaced with a
custom built circuit board, and it smokes, etc. What that means for you, is that it requires a
magician to wear something a little unnatural and make it look natural. So...if you are used to
wearing/using gimmicks or utility devices, know the restrictions and benefits of each gimmick, then
you should be fine. If it was easy, everyone would be a magician. The amount of engineering and
custom work that went into this is commendable.