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Topic: Where to get good reels?
Message: Posted by: clamon86 (Aug 3, 2006 10:25PM)
I hope this is the right topic to place this question. I have no idea where to put this and feel like its been dicussed already.

Anyway, I have been trying to find some reels for some routines I'm working on. I'm looking for a good strong real, similar to a ring flite real but to use for other things.
I'm mainly using them for Tommy Wonder's ring, watch and wallet effect and other vanishes and dishes. Almost to go along with a topit.

If you can help me I would really appreciate it. I have no idea where else to look.

thanks a lot
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Aug 4, 2006 12:15AM)
El Duco's reel is available at http://www.stevensmagic.com
Message: Posted by: clamon86 (Aug 8, 2006 06:21PM)
Thanks for the reply.

I looked at the site, and wasn't intending to spend that much. 110 is alittle over my budget for a single reel, although it does look good.

Anyone else have any suggestions.
Message: Posted by: Steve V (Aug 8, 2006 07:07PM)
Some of the best reels I've seen were at office supply stores.
Steve V
Message: Posted by: kOnO (Aug 8, 2006 08:45PM)
The Henry Evans reel is $49.95 at ELM

http://www.elmagicshop.com/

kOnO
Message: Posted by: gulamerian (Aug 19, 2006 05:21PM)
Python Pulls at Hottrix.
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (Aug 20, 2006 01:35PM)
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On 2006-08-08 20:07, Steve V wrote:
Some of the best reels I've seen were at office supply stores.
Steve V
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Where I work, they end up in the trash, after a couple of days. The springs are too fragile.