The Magic Café
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Magical Accessories » » What's your favourite magic accessory? (0 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4 [Next]
Mike Brezler
View Profile
Inner circle
Waynesboro, Pa.
1114 Posts

Profile of Mike Brezler
A Magic Wand
DomKabala
View Profile
Inner circle
I've grown old after diggin' holes for
2826 Posts

Profile of DomKabala
Skinner's Edge Card Creme & a new (or slightly old) deck of Tally Ho or Bicycle brand playing cards in my Porper..I never leave home without them!
:bikes: Smile Smile
<<<KRaZy4kardz>>>
We don't stop playing when we grow old...we grow old when we stop playing.

God is enough, let go, let God. Gal 2:20

"Anything of value is not easily attained and those things which are easily attained are not of lasting value."



Smile Smile Smile Smile
h_A_Z
View Profile
Special user
Ireland/Msia
701 Posts

Profile of h_A_Z
Mine would be TT, ropes and Stealth Assassin Wallet! (before SAW it was Pimpernel Notecase)
DanielCoyne
View Profile
Special user
Western Massachussetts
544 Posts

Profile of DanielCoyne
My table and mat made me really feel like a magician. Even when they are just sitting in my office/practice room, I sometimes make little still life arrangements of props just because they look so cool.

-Daniel
gerard1973
View Profile
Special user
Michigan, U.S.A.
688 Posts

Profile of gerard1973
If I could only choose one accessory amoung all the magic accessories it would have to be my mind is my favourite magic accessory. If I'm allowed to list more than one magic accessory but I would have to say, coins, cards, T.T., I.T.R. and silks.
"Confusion is not magic."
Dai Vernon
drhackenbush
View Profile
Special user
684 Posts

Profile of drhackenbush
My wood vanishing wand set (using more and more) and the Wonder Mouse (used almost daily).
bobn3
View Profile
Special user
Wichita, KS
718 Posts

Profile of bobn3
This is a tough question. It's kind of like asking what my favorite tool is...a hammer or a screw driver. It all depends on what you're going to do with it. If you're going to install a screw, obviously a hammer would not be useful (my favorite tool).

Bob
Katterfel22
View Profile
Regular user
Greenville, NC
130 Posts

Profile of Katterfel22
Hmm, I'd have to say my wand because I just don't feel like a magician without it.
Then I'd follow that with my t***** boss. For true impromptu a couple of rubber bands is always useful. They appear mundane and are great when someone gives you the "I hear you are a magician, so show me something." bit we all get from time to time.
Cave ab homine unius libri - Latin epigram
dapthx
View Profile
New user
Lexington,Ky
39 Posts

Profile of dapthx
I've always liked the Topit..and now since I have a new Cloutier Topit installed in my jacket..I'd have to say that!:)

All the Best...

Doug
dbolan
View Profile
Loyal user
Ontario, Canada
201 Posts

Profile of dbolan
Quote:

I want to know what YOUR favourite magic accessory is and why. It could be anything from a wand to a close up mat.


My Assassin's Pouch. Though the day-to-day content varies, it carries the right amount and mix I want to take with me daily to produce a bit of impromptu magic at work, at parties, etc. Drive my wife nuts, of course...
"I didn't want him to feel that he could drive the lane with impunity."

- David Robinson
ed rhodes
View Profile
Inner circle
Rhode Island
2696 Posts

Profile of ed rhodes
Mine would have been my Dragon Nite Club table. I've been hearing some people deride the "cheese" factor because it's too bright and gaudy, but I liked it! Note, past tense. I still have the screen, but the table top and shelves have gotten lost. I have plans to repair them as soon as I can get plywood from Home Depot... unless you're Houdini, don't hold your breath!
"He was born with the gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad." - Rafael Sabatini, Scaramouche
The Great Smartini
View Profile
Inner circle
2280 Posts

Profile of The Great Smartini
My favourite accessory would be my Wacky Wolf Side Table. Great to perform with and very wacky looking and distinictive. I'm also kind of partial to my Woofle Duster.
mark1991
View Profile
Veteran user
Boston, Lincolnshire, England
311 Posts

Profile of mark1991
Hi there,

My favourite accessory would be the purse frame! I produce everything from it, and my friends still haven't worked out how it works!

Many thanks

Magical Mark Watson
(mark1991)
http://magicnewstelevision.com/mn/magicalmark



Magical Mark Watson - Christian magician, juggler, puppeteer, all-round entertainer and lover of Christ!
joseph
View Profile
Eternal Order
Please ignore my
16958 Posts

Profile of joseph
TT
Close Up Mat....
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
Roger Kelly
View Profile
Inner circle
Kent, England
3327 Posts

Profile of Roger Kelly
Jeez - there's a lot of wands in here! Is it just me then that hates them? (too cheesy)

Oh, my fave accessory - my (Martin Breese) drawer box!
Martin Breese
View Profile
New user
Brighton, England
5 Posts

Profile of Martin Breese
Now isn't that kind of Roger. His favourite prop is one of my drawer boxes. They are my favourites as well but the tragedy is that the genius who makes them for me is so laid back that he doesn't want to make any more. So Roger, my dear friend, there are only about 25 of these amazing drawer boxes out there and, at the moment, (and probably for ever), there are no more to be had. I used to give out the last one to people wyho told me that they could equal the craftsmanship .. and could they? Absolutely not. Took the sample to pieces and produced something inferior at ten times the price. So cherish your Martin Breese Drawer box as it will be worth ten times the price very soon. And also thank you for naming it as your favourite prop!

Martin Breese, UK
Roger Kelly
View Profile
Inner circle
Kent, England
3327 Posts

Profile of Roger Kelly
Hi Martin,

Wow!! Your second post in over two years! I'm honoured. Smile

But seriously, credit given where it's due my friend! It's a piece of genius - and I only ever use it for an Invisible Deck routine. But hey, we run the risk of changing the subject here!

:)
CaptRitz
View Profile
New user
54 Posts

Profile of CaptRitz
PK ring and a tiny magnet.
Good for impromptu chop cup at a dinner table.

TT

Topit
rsylvester
View Profile
Loyal user
Trying to learn to BP a duck in
269 Posts

Profile of rsylvester
Oh, after four years, it's time to update this and put it back to the top of the list for some new users.

I'll add sponge balls. Great accessory, multiple routines and tricks with them. They never go out of style. And I'm classifying them as an accessory.

Also nice to see so many people love wands. Always liked them. Thought they were out of style. Obviously not.
nonvpro
View Profile
Inner circle
1844 Posts

Profile of nonvpro
My QB2!
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Magical Accessories » » What's your favourite magic accessory? (0 Likes)
 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4 [Next]
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2019 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.12 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL