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Infinity Wine - Great example of false advertising Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 16th, 2021
Sadly the product is great example of current boom of false advertising in magic. The advertising text for example has two very questionable points.

"the glass looks completely normal..."
From stage distance yes, but at least in the glass I received the gaffed part is metal color and sticks out really badly! Anyone being close to the glass will immediately notice that there is something "weird" in it.

"Can be used in close-up"
If you want to expose the gaff you can use this in close-up. Anyone watching inside the glass will see the gaff and anyone seeing certain part of the glass from outside in close-up will also see that there is something going on with the glass.

That said, the glass does what is shown in the video. Poured liquid changes color instantly. The glass can be reused again and again and the glass can also be upside down before the effect, giving an impression that there is nothing in it.

It is not a bad effect but the price is very high for what you get. Gaffing of the glass is very simple and the amount of powder you get is very little. Also this cant be done in close-up! But for stage work this will certainly work just fine and it might be nice running gag to offer a spectator glasses of water and turn yours always into "wine"

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Aug 05th 2021 6:07am
Hello Juha-Matti,

First of all, thank you for buying our product.

We're really sorry that you fell that we did false advertising on Infinity Wine. We'll try to answer your concerns:

"the glass looks completely normal..."
The metal part as you write is completely normal and is designed to be disguised as part of the glass. Peter and all Magic Dream team perform this daily in our shop and we never had a single issue with people spotting anything weird, even from short distance.

"Can be used in close-up"
As I wrote, this product is used daily by many professionnal and our team in close-up situation and nobody had problem with it. The glass is usually upside down on the table and we really teach how to handle it in the explanation video.

Let us know if you have any further questions.

Have a great day! :)

Magic Dream

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