|Topic: The Wizard Product Review #311: Unshuffled Kicker, Magic on Tap, The Executive Grid and EYEPHONE|
On this week's Wizard Product Review [i]David Penn[/i] and [i]Sean Heydon[/i] take a look at:
[b]Unshuffled Kicker by Paul Gertner[/b]
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[b]Magic on Tap (4 DVD set) by Denis Behr[/b]
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[b]The Executive Grid by Paul McCaig and Luca Volpe Productions[/b]
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[b]Chris Kenworthey and Mark Mason Present EYEPHONE by Alan Boyd[/b]
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A big thank you to Sean and Dave at The Wizard Product Review for taking the time out to review the Executive Grid.
They did agree that it is a well produced and good product and I can live with their score of 75% each but must emphasise that the Executive Grid was released purely for close-up and mix and mingle environments, following literally hundreds of requests over the past six years or so, for a close-up, pocket sized version, of our previous much larger stage and cabaret limited edition release, the Psychic Grid.
I also need to politely address Dave's comment about the layout of the artwork and the 16 cells being slightly oblong and not square. They are purposely taller, not only for the written digits to be less cramped and more visible but also to keep the dimensions of the board down to a minimum, in order to sit comfortably in a jacket pocket, or inside a corporate folio...This isn't an accident but a design feature! :)
Thank you once again guys and all the best,