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Topic: Bill It by SansMinds Creative Lab
Message: Posted by: Magic KL (May 21, 2019 01:44PM)
I hope this is more than just hiding the bill under the notepad...

(I had trouble finding the trailer for this effect. Looks like a lot of magic shops don't have it up yet.)


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Description:

What's real magic like to you? We believe that real magic should feel spontaneous and totally catch people off guard.

What better way is there to combine these visions, but with an element that speaks to everyone across language barriers? Money!

Imagine having the Midas Touch, and turning something into a bank note, right at your fingertips; like real magic.

It's a spontaneous effect that guarantees to catch people off guard, and instantly grab their attention.

And let me share the best part with you. It ends absolutely clean. Once it becomes money, it stays money. With no switch whatsoever, you can hand it over to people right away.

No flaps, no thread, and no magnets. Bill It is so clever that you won't be able to keep yourself from smirking when you perform it.

It's super practical, and feels like what someone with a real magic power would do.

So what are you waiting for? Let's cash it in with Bill It.

TV rights not included. Please contact SansMinds for TV rights
Message: Posted by: SleepyMagic (May 21, 2019 02:53PM)
It looks like you hide the bill under one of the sheets and then when you pull it out you just let go of the sheet which flips back in place
Message: Posted by: paranormal (May 21, 2019 05:10PM)
Probably the basic idea but probably a little more complicated
Message: Posted by: indomagic (May 22, 2019 10:50PM)
After seeing the demo I should agree that the bill hide under the sheets. Not so impressed.
Message: Posted by: TheMightyRicardo (May 28, 2019 12:42PM)
If the demo is an accurate depiction of the sudden appearance, then I am impressed. It looks visual and casual. A simple method can still be better than an elaborate method.
Richard :cups:
Message: Posted by: RNK (May 29, 2019 06:17AM)
[quote]On May 28, 2019, TheMightyRicardo wrote:
If the demo is an accurate depiction of the sudden appearance, then I am impressed. It looks visual and casual. A simple method can still be better than an elaborate method.
Richard :cups: [/quote]

Sansmind products usually always look great on a demo until you get them in real life!
Message: Posted by: egoli (Jun 26, 2019 09:59AM)
This got a pretty good review on the Wizard Product Review this week. Anyone actually purchased it and have any comments?

Ed
Message: Posted by: DavidKenney (Jun 27, 2019 12:44PM)
Here is my review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH8EqJ57eNw
Message: Posted by: brandon90 (Jun 28, 2019 12:22PM)
Can you write on the post-notes?

Like if I wanted to first introduce the pad in a mentalism routine and then go into bill-it later on.
Message: Posted by: Magic KL (Jun 28, 2019 03:06PM)
Yes, you can write on it. It's a regular pad.
Message: Posted by: Hervé Troccaz (Jul 22, 2019 05:33PM)
Angles work best if the viewer is in front of you. On the other hand, on the side, members of the public can see something.

The bank note can be inspected, but not the notepad.

The gimmick does the work for you. You will need to pay attention to the angles and practice a little in front of the mirror before presenting it in public.

Despite the beautiful effect proposed, it must be admitted that not everything is reviewable, starting with the rigged block. This is a problem, in real working conditions. So it's a misleading advertisement when SansMinds mentions "Ends clean", if we give value to words.

Moreover, it is well to admit that 40 euros of gimmicks for less than 20 minutes of video, it is very expensive paid!

Admittedly, the effect is successful and magical, but it will be necessary to find a meaning to integrate it into a routine, for example in mentalism. The trick is anyway more appropriate to street magic.