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I would recomend something else entirely. There is an effect that Hank Lee carries called "Lady Bugd", and it is basicly the sponge ball material carved into the shape of lady bugs, complete with black spots . This gets a much stronger emotional reaction (At least from women and kids) than the rabbits OR the bunnies. Trust me on this. After purchasing and using these, I am never going back to the balls or the rabbits. They have too much appeal to just let them go by the wayside. Audiences can and DO "connect" with them.
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that's quite the sponge rabbit you got their Daniel
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Yup! Had me fooled too!
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Norm Neilsen has what I personally feel is the coolest looking set of multiplying rabbits.I used them for years until the 3D Rabbits came out.The 3D Rabbits are more practical for magi's who do the routine over and over professionally.
Neilsen Multiplying Rabbit Pro's:Snow white in color,beautifully sculpted,with glitter eyes. Con's:Get dirty after a while,They are a little stiff because of the dense foam.(so your technique has to be right on)They are so attractive,I think I am going to get a couple of sets again for special occasions. Rich
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If you fool around with the rabbits a bit, you will find that their shape lends them to various ways of executing the sleights that are not possible with sponge balls, because sponge balls have no "ears."
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