Category Others

Equalizer by Joao Miranda

Hearing is one of our most important senses. What if we could alter the perception of it? João Miranda and his team developed, from the ground-up, a state-of-the-art speaker system that will alter your spectator's reality, allowing the magician to perform what appears to be, real magic.

Double Down by Leo Smetsers

Double Down by Leo Smetsers is the perfect addition to any Bunko set. With Double Down, Leo has combined two classic scams the board monte and Fast & Loose. Each one of the effects may be performed separately or perform them together to create a 6-minute Bunko act.

Grandma’s Miracle by TCC Magic & Chen Yang

Grandmother's Necklace is a classic magic trick that has fascinated audiences for over 400 years, dating back to the Middle Ages. The magician presents two ropes and three beads, inviting the audience to thread the ropes through the beads. The audience holds the beads,

Pick Your Poison by Erick Olson and Bill Abbott

Brought to you by seasoned bar magician Erick Olson, in partnership with Bill Abbot, "Pick your Poison" is a fun bar-bet style magic trick where you can't lose. It can be presented as a fun game or a demonstration of mind control.

Tubik by Tora Magic Company

“Produced and Designed by Tora Magic Company” Tubik is a most trendy trick of Tora Magic. Tubik is a madly mind blowing props that was recently introduced and is included in the exclusive line of Tora Magic. If you are a Rubik’s lover and you work with Rubik’s, Tubik will be a different and exciting product for you!

Take Five by Michael Dizzy Breggar

From the unsyncopated mind of Hepcat "Dizzy" Michael Breggar comes a new album of killer-diller-thriller card routines. It's Dave Brubeck in style, Miles Davis in form, Louis Armstrong in structure, and all Michael Breggar in method and quirkiness!

Wonderbag by Gustavo Raley

A magical way to dress up an spectator in your kids shows. The magician shows severals headbands with differents famous characters. A kid select one from the bag and put it over his/her head.