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Hi all,

I have been searching the forums and found some info on digi quick magic but I have been searching the net for their contact details or web address as the ones I found on the Café and the net no longer work. If anyone has anyone has any information about it I would really appreciate it! Smile
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No there no longer open, there site address isn't working ether, got to Taylors Magic shop as they are having a final big sale berfore they start selling online exclusively, which will be soon.

http://www.taylorsmagicshop.com.au

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Thanks for the reply, I don't live in Sydney though so it is a bit far for me to travel to visit a shop. I'm going to Sydney in March but from the sounds of it I won't be doing much shopping in magic stores if Taylor's is closing down Smile
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There is Hey Presto Magic Studio which is another magic shop in Sydney, it was just that Taylors are a bit cheaper and the service is just as good, that’s why I recommended them over Hey Presto. Sean is a working pro and doesn’t lead you up the garden part just to make a sale. Having said that I’ve never had any issue with the few time I’ve ordered from Hey Presto and they certainly hold a larger product range then Taylors. Just make sure you do your homework.

http://www.heyprestomagic.com.au/

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Thanks will look them up when I go Smile
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For something different, try going to http://www.mountainmagicperform.com There is a range of magic for sale, both new and used.
You can find somethings there that is not available any where else costing from a few dollars to around $300. A plus is it is in Australia, that keeps the postage costs down

Hope this helps,
Dave
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