WOW: Wow is one of the best selling tricks of this decade. You will have seen plenty of rip-offs on your travels, but as is our policy we’ll only ever stock the authorized original version.
The effect is that a spectator selects a card and signs her name across its face, before losing the card back in the deck. The magician then takes an indifferent card and places it into a plastic card holder (admittedly, it’s a bit weird looking – but you can cover this with the right presentation). With just a small gesture, the indifferent card morphs into the signed selection. The card is removed from the holder and handed out for examination. It’s crazy visual and pretty scary to watch!
The trick is easy to perform but is one of the most visual and fooling tricks in card magic.
While it’s pretty pricey for a card trick, you’ll be amazed at just how clever and visual this trick is!
Frozen In Time
A magician shows a picture of a pocket watch which is sealed inside a Lucite block. The Lucite block is kept in a transparent plastic cover. A black spot on the plastic cover hides the watch face so that no can see when the watch was photographed. The magician asks a spectator to name any hour. (This is not the magician’s choice or a force.) Then the Lucite block is removed from the cover revealing that the watch displays the same hour as the spectator’s choice.
Frozen in Time allows you to predict a randomly selected time with nothing more complicated than a photograph. No electronics, no complicated gimmicks.
The performer places a plastic wallet which contains a prediction on the table. Then a spectator chooses a card from the deck. The magician places it on top of the deck without showing its face. He opens the wallet to show the prediction card. A name of a card is cut out. The selected card is turned face up, but the prediction does not match. When the performer flips the prediction card, the cut out changes to the correct name!
Comes complete with plastic wallet, a prediction card, a gimmicked Bicycle deck and English instruction.