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Rise (Gimmick and Online Instructions)

by Scott, Sean

Product Rating:

(Based on 2 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Murphy's Magic Supplies, Inc.

Product Description

"One of my favorite effects to perform, insane visual magic!"
- Dynamo

Performed on worldwide TV by pro's such as Dynamo & PENN & TELLER's hit TV show "WIZARD WARS". RISE by Sean Scott shocked spectators as they witnessed a crushed (and signed) Red Bull can completely inflate to its original state. The can is then handed out to be opened, and even drank.

Rise is a hyper-visual restoration of a Red Bull can that has been crushed into a flat puck of metal. With a stomp of the foot, your spectators will be astounded as the can fully inflates under your foot. You have your audience inspect the can with (or without) a signature, where they can freely open that can and even drink the contents. Many years of development, engineering and real-world testing by Sean has resulted in a highly-practical and stunningly visual moment that will shower your audience in disbelief.

This is raw, in-your-face, street magic that uses an everyday object to create a once in a lifetime moment.

Features: Stealthy low-profile, specially designed & tested deployment apparatus.Restored + Sealed beverage can be immediately examined.Easy to learn & perform.Show soles of shoes.No alterations to shoes or pants.Signed can version included.Resets in seconds.Minimal assembly required.Over 90 minutes of streaming instructions, tips, bonuses & performance ideas.
Date Added: Dec 4th, 2015
MLA SKU: 566148077d9bd

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January 27th, 2016 5:40am
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Reviewed by Stuart Philip
Rise is a crushed and restored can effect. It is very visual and if you love what you see on the promotional video you are going to really love this cool product.

Rise comes in a cool black tube which is delivered in a white rectangular box. The tube contains almost everything you need to get going, but you will need to go out and buy some Red Bull cans. Normal soda cans (or pop, depending on where you are from) will not work. The Red Bull cans are the perfect size for this trick. There may be some other drinks that you could use, but I did not deeply explore what is available in tall thin cans.

To be able to hit the streets with Rise you will need to do a one-time set up which takes about 15 to 20 minutes. This is not difficult to do, you just need to be careful, wear workman gloves and tap a hammer. You will need to add something to your shoe to help stabilize the Rise apparatus, but it simple and can be done to numerous pair of shoes. It is about as easy as adding... [Read More]
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February 23rd, 2016 7:34am
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Reviewed by Cyril May
I share with other reviewers a very positive reaction to RISE. As a recycling magician the appeal of transforming a completely flattened can (not partially-flattened such as in Healed & Sealed) into a full and renewed can with the stomp of a foot is very enticing. I am delighted that this is one case in which the promo video and kudos are warranted: this is a very good effect. Sean Scott has done an extensive amount of real-world development and testing over several years, using this not only to stump Teller on Wizard Wars but to repeatedly astonish street audiences. The quality of the gimmick and the instructional video are very, very good. I have not performed it yet but have been practicing it for a month and see that this is worth the higher ticket price than some packet trick...because it is worth it.

Even though I love this effect here are issues to consider:
You cannot perform this in heels, shorts, or anything but a floor sweeping dress.
You cannot be surround at... [Read More]

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