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Multiplying Balls--Vernet

(Based on 4 reviews)
Category: Stage
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Vernet

Product Description

The set consists of three textured balls, surfaced with reflective material so they'll pick up and reflect room light. Under red lights, the balls look red. Under green light, they look green. And, under normal room light, they appear bright silver. They are made to take extremely rough handling - go ahead drop 'em. Absolutely nothing will happen. The textured surface makes handling really easy too - no slipping. Comes complete with full instructions on Billiard Ball manipulation, as well as details on how to care for the actual balls.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Markiss
I find the Vernet MBB difficult to handle due to the fact that they are just too light in weight and do not give any "feedback" during manipulation. Even though the balls are textured they tend to get slick during extensive practice sessions. If you wash them with soap and water that will usually take care of it. They also are NOT indestructable. I dropped one on a our tile floor and it broke in half along the seem, I was able to glue it back together. On a positive note I will say they do shine bright and can be seen from quite a distance away.
December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by rhinomax
save your money they do gleam but every thing else screams cheep
March 4th, 2003 3:03pm
Reviewed by Kacy LaMonte
I love these! They don't slip under normal use, and they are relatively sturdy. I uses them professionally at least 4 times a week, and broke the shell of my first set after about 3 years of heavy use. I have had the balls split at the seam (after a drop on a tile floor), but a little super glue made them like new.

I have small hands, and many balls are just two big and I can't hold them with confidence. Perhaps if I had larger hands the smoother and heavier balls would be more comfortable.

As for the statement - they scream cheap . . . they are plastic, which makes them light weight, and under close examination they are not as pretty as some other ball sets. Since I do not do a close-up routine with them, I find how they look close-up not to be a factor. They look good on stage. The only complaint I have is they only come in silver, and yellow would be easier to see from a distance.
May 11th, 2003 8:45pm
Reviewed by daviddeltoro
If you are a serious manipulator these set can't pass the exam. The balls aren't heavy enough. Very breakable. The shell does not fit exactly no matter if you are on stage the ball with the shell can't be shown both sides. And... the grip really hurts!!.

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