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Dmann
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If you know me then you know that I rarely endorse other peoples products. In this case I just had to come back on this topic to recommend the Workeroo. I give it 10 of 10 as a rating. If your in need of a topit but your attire doesn't allow it, then the Workeroo may be right for you. I personally wish that James had not brought this product onto the market, because soon... and I mean really soon... everyone will know what can be accomplished with this amazing utility device.

Again... I give this my highest rating. So, Run... don't walk to get this...
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Many thanks David. As this has been such a success I am currently looking at the possibility of production so that more people will be able to make use of this utility. I wouldn't go out without this. Although there is a fashion issue if you don't have a suit on (something I intent to remedy) the effect you can create more than justifies any wardrobe malfunction!

If any users want to share ideas, without divulging secrets I'd love to hear.

James Brown
http://www.jbmagicman.co.uk Workeroo Available Now
Dmann
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James,
It is never a problem for me to tell the truth about such a fine product as Workeroo. I meant every word. As for ideas... well, they are never ending in MHO as your only limited by your own imagination and skill. The more skill, the better the effects you will develop.
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I have both Workeroo and Impervious and I can see see a lethal combination once I get the workeroo fitted,experiencing a little difficulty with the pocket connection at present.But I'm sure it will be worth it.
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On 2007-09-06 13:06, cardbiker wrote:
I have both Workeroo and Impervious and I can see see a lethal combination once I get the workeroo fitted,experiencing a little difficulty with the pocket connection at present.But I'm sure it will be worth it.


Pm or email me if you like

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Just thought id add my two cents. Ive had my Workeroo just a few days, installed it on the first day. Man. This is good, but almost as a bonus - its real fun to use due to its easy handling (mainly due to the great design - well done James). I installed mine on Saturday, and was using it confidently that evening - producing decks, vanishing and producing etc. I could tell that they really didn't know what had hit them.

James - excellent work mate. This could very very easily become part of almost every magicians aresenal, and in time I have no doubt it will, which is good - but bad! I want this all to myself!

It was great seeing you the other week - oh - and my wife also says youve done yourself proud with this one. Christ. She never says that to me!!

Well done mate.
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I'm looking forward to test driving this also. My mind is overwhelmed with some amazing ideas already... Is the device easily placed into alternate pants/jeans etc or would it be wise to buy a few and permantly fix into work wear etc?
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Got mine back from the seamstress yesterday.( I'm no good with needles,neither is my good lady) but it was well worth getting it fitted by someone who knows what they're doing. Excellent piece of kit James!
Many many uses, and relatively easy to use. Tested it out last night on the long suffering other half & did have a minor problem.( possibly due to one glass of red too many). Just realised that what I was gonna say, may amount to exposure on an open forum, so pm me if interested!
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I'm looking forward in using this. I haven't yet got around to order as Im still contemplating on if I should purchase an additional one for alternate clothing seeing as its stiched in. I haven't heard back from James yet. Can anyone shed any light on this question. Is there a method of transfering it to various pants/jeans etc or would I need 2?
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If instead of stitching it in, you buy some more velcro, and use that instead, you can add as much velcro to different trousers and transfer it when you like
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On 2007-09-03 13:34, theboss wrote:
I am currently developing a method so you can have your shirt/Tshirt untucked. Details to follow....

James Brown
http://www.jbmagicman.co.uk/alex

If anyone is at the Bristol Magic Bar (UK) Opening this week I will see you there.




I just installed mine [finally got off my duff] and it is brilliant! If you get the idea with the untucked shirt working, that would be killer.

My wife said the same thing aboutthe hiked up pants, so I just pulled them down a bit. Works fine.
I love this.
James
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Cheers

Sorry I have not replied to pms etc. The crash has wiped my inbox. Although I have been told I should get it all back!

I am delighted that so many are getting the hang of the Workeroo and realising what a great tool it can be.

With regards to the Simon Cowell look! Once the audience sees the magic you can perform NO-ONE cares what you look like!

James Brown
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Man... this seems to be great!

I did not read the entire thread, so I'm sorry if this was already asked:

Does the performer need to be wearing black clothes ??

Thanks
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On 2007-10-12 14:35, Mesquita wrote:
Man... this seems to be great!

I did not read the entire thread, so I'm sorry if this was already asked:

Does the performer need to be wearing black clothes ??

Thanks


No, they must be pink with yellow spots...i'm kidding (Or am i?) Yes I am, wear what you like..
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Thanks.
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Dmann
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Mesquita,
I don't think that should be an issue as to the color of clothes worn. But this is one of the best kept secrets in the business. Its like the invention of the topit and its importance to magicians, Workeroo is that significant. I personally hope the topic disappears and goes un-noticed as I would like to keep this gem to myself. But, lets face it that's probably not going to happen. I bet there is not one dis-satisified customer....its that good.
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Of course we gals can use it too!
Received mine as a gift. I'm very dis-satisfied!...just kidding!! I totally agree with Dmann. Run to buy this baby! It's incredible!!
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This does sound great, I'll probably get one once James finishes the un-tucked shirt method.


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I'm up for buying 1 of these, so cant wait to see it Smile
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Any news on the untucked version? If it's too much exposure then maybe distribution by pm may be more discreet.
I love my Workeroo but feel a bit grandaddy being tucked in (I'm a northern lad and we wear our shirts out)

Shanester
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