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Topic: Best holdout ever
Message: Posted by: 2003 user (Aug 15, 2014 08:01AM)
Havn't login for a long time, wish to know is there any Lastest or good holdout device
on the market nowadays ? Thank you
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (Aug 15, 2014 09:05AM)
I can highly recommend this holdout: The Invisible Hand by Michel (Vernet Magic).

The DVD:
http://www.my-magicshop.com/magic-shops/vernet-magic-shop/the-invisible-hand-3-dvd-set-by-michel.html
The device:
http://www.my-magicshop.com/the-invisible-hand-device-only-by-michel.html

http://www.vernetmagic.com/

[img]http://www.my-magicshop.com/media/catalog/product/cache/15/image/650x650/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/m/m/mm1387.jpg[/img]
Message: Posted by: emyers99 (Aug 15, 2014 11:53PM)
Trabucco Holdout. Most underrated holdout system.
Message: Posted by: Rudy Sanchez (Aug 16, 2014 05:12AM)
Newest offering for magicians is the RISER HOLDOUT.
Message: Posted by: tomsk192 (Aug 16, 2014 09:06AM)
Yes, I noticed that. It's locking, too. Most interesting...

Hope all good with you, Rudy.

Tom
Message: Posted by: Legendary Wizard (Aug 16, 2014 12:42PM)
The Invincible Hand had came out quite some time ago yeah ?

However still , it is one of the best I have ever seen . Actually the DVDs are not really necessary ( my opinion ) as you could already come up with many routines just by dreaming on it ... :)
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Aug 16, 2014 12:54PM)
[quote]On Aug 15, 2014, 2003 user wrote:
Havn't login for a long time, wish to know is there any Lastest or good holdout device
on the market nowadays ? Thank you [/quote]

Market for who? If you are investing in your magic - one path is to ask James Riser. If you're looking on the market for toys ... have fun.
Message: Posted by: Galileo (Aug 16, 2014 01:19PM)
Im still new-ish to magic and therefore unaware of some of the more advanced props and couldn't figure out what exactly a "Hold Out" system accomplishes and was hoping one of the more seasoned magicians out there would PM me what exactly it does. Thank you in advance!
Message: Posted by: swayne100 (Aug 16, 2014 02:32PM)
I'd loke to know what a hold out system is for too!
Message: Posted by: tomsk192 (Aug 16, 2014 03:16PM)
A holdout is for 'holding out' an object, or objects. The object or objects can be delivered or stolen using a holdout.

As Jon says, Riser is producing a holdout system for those who know what they are about. It is worth looking into Charlie Miller, and his use of Newtonian forces.

The FKHO, which some of us may or may not own, is no longer in production, but is a wonderful tool when used sensitively. Riser seems to be producing something similarly good.

Using a holdout requires both technique and discretion. I'm not saying any more about it on an open forum. :-)
Message: Posted by: Galileo (Aug 16, 2014 04:22PM)
Thanks I feel silly now given how obvious the name is. really appreciate it I'll look more into it seem interesting.
Message: Posted by: Rudy Sanchez (Aug 16, 2014 05:16PM)
[quote]On Aug 16, 2014, tomsk192 wrote:
Yes, I noticed that. It's locking, too. Most interesting...

Hope all good with you, Rudy.

Tom [/quote]

Doing fine Tom....Jims holdout is very nice. more attachments being made as we speak.

Take care!
Message: Posted by: tomsk192 (Aug 16, 2014 05:51PM)
I might just have to contact Mr Rizer!

All my best to you, Rudy.