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4 Dimensional Trunk

by Tenyo

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Close Up, Beginners
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Tenyo

Product Description

American magic creator J. C. Doty became famous for his production of a full-sized bowling ball from a thin briefcase that was much too small to contain the ball. 4-Dimensional Trunk is a light-weight version of the same trick that enables you to perform this powerful effect at any time. A plastic golf ball is included in this package so that you can start performing right away. You may choose to substitute the plastic ball for a real golf ball that you supply.

English instructions included.
Date Added: May 15th, 2012
MLA SKU: 4fb1fef843207

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August 5th, 2014 1:39am
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Reviewed by Stuart Philip
The performer opens a tiny handheld briefcase to reveal a golf tee and a ball marker with not much room for anything else. The tiny briefcase is then closed and reopened and a golf ball impossibly appears. Without bending the laws of physics, the golf ball cannot fit inside the slim and tiny black briefcase.

The promotional video is accurate and this trick is easy to perform, although you will have to watch your angles. You cannot be surrounded during this presentation. The spectator will assume the golf ball is either made of foam or fake -- it is not -- and can be handed out. The briefcase cannot be handed out, but the heat will be on the ball. While this trick is fun and can produce good reactions and laughs from spectators, this will not be one of your top 5 carry along tricks. At $37, it is a bit expensive, but is still a solid trick.

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