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Cigapen

by Jesse Feinberg

Product Rating:

(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A cigarette changes into a real bic pen! Take a cigarette out of your pack and show it all around. With no cover, the cigarette visually changes into a regular pen. The pen can be shown all around, and even handed out for examination. No pulls, no difficult sleights.

Very easy to learn. Cigapen does 99% of the work...

The instructions include extra handlings and ideas. This brand new method will fool even the best magicians! You can also promote anti smoking with Cigapen... the possibilities are endless!
Date Added: Mar 29th, 2007
MLA SKU: Gui62nFRMgF6yUp

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Official Review

June 3rd, 2007 10:24pm
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Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
OK, let’s just be realistic. Cigarette magic is dead.

However, this may be one of the few remaining cigarette tricks that can be performed in modern society.

As with all of Jesse Feinberg’s offerings, this is a quick, visual stunt. A cigarette turns into a pen. It sure does! Looks great!

Maybe someone out there with an anti-smoking routine can actually put this to good use. Otherwise it’s just another throwaway for the late-night bar scene.

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

November 5th, 2008 10:26am
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Reviewed by Paul White
I agree with the official review, both in terms of the number of stars - 4 - and the comment that cigarette effects have gone the way of the dinosaur.

Even so, there are extra effects presented on this DVD. One of the changes a crayon to a pen. It is more colorful than a cigarette, and slightly more practical. But how many kids would be impressed with changing a crayon into a pen, and how would you use the pen with the crumb-crunchers so there is a reason for having made the change?

While pondering that question, I came up with a way to use cigapen. The DVD shows how to make the effect with a sharpie instead of a Bic pen. So, on my next "sign a card" effect, I will pull out a crayon, comment about how difficult it is to sign a card with a crayon, and without cover cause the crayon to change to a sharpie - which with a misdirected change I will hand to the spectator to sign a selected card.

I believe that routine will over come the one big problem with this effect -... [Read More]

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