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World's Fastest Trick

by Magie Imperiale

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Stage
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The performer shows the audience a colorful bouquet of feather flowers resting in a red and white flower pot. The pot and flowers are resting on an elegant silver table. All of a sudden, without warning, the flowers and the pot vanish right before the audience's very eyes! All that is left is the table!

The effect can also be performed by momentarily covering the bouquet and pot with a foulard (not included) and whisking it away to show they have vanished! Either way, the vanish is instantaneous and breathtaking for your audience, and will leave them speechless!

Comes complete with chrome finished table and stand, feather flower bouquet and instructions.

Table Dimensions Approximately 14" x 14" (35.5cm x 35.5cm)

Table Stand Height Approximately 32"(81.25cm)
Date Added: Apr 27th, 2007


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October 21st, 2008 11:16am
Reviewed by Paul White
I recall seeing the ''World's Fastest Trick" performed many years ago and I was astounded. Where did the flowers and vase go? I finally purchased this effect. I have yet to perform it in a show.

The effect works well, almost without cover, or with a hand flasher, a flower vase with a large bunch of blooming flowers seems to just disappear in thin air.

Why have I rated it at a "3" and not used it? Setting it up takes time and effort but I am sure that would get easier with repeated use. The problem I have is the release mechanism. I have not found a way to make it appear as something that "just happens" rather than something that i make happen.

Obviously, when it looks like I did something to make it happen, the magic recedes and the audience looks for the how it was done rather than being amazed.

The mechanism on mine is stiff and hard to activate, and it has to be, otherwise, the action might happen when you don't want it to happen.

When I have time, I... [Read More]

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