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Daz Buckley
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I have it. I like it. I use it. Yes it has " issues ". Every magic trick I ever bought had " issues "

Good work Twister Magic.
mwmagic
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Maybe a bit unfair, but sounds like it would be very easy to make one. That is a threat to this product.
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Mine arrived today. Everyone who nows "Addict by Edo" Coin in Can know how to take a Sodacan apart and put it together without slits or anything else. So you could make a new can that´s solid.
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George all opinions of course .. The magic shops idea of difficult may mean not too happy to pay forty quid for a coke can that looked like it had been kicked around a rugby pitch!And a glass that wouldn't fit in at a 2 year old's party.
Hardly conjecture ! I took delivery and became difficult I agree it was junk

DR
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Try and move on DR
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I have made one today based on some very basic research across products. It cost me £3, ~$1.5 and works like a treat.
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I disagree that it is easy to make. Sure if you had a workshop with an arsenal of tools at your disposal, and the original to use as a blue-print with the skills and knowledge to backwards engineer it, then like any product ever invented, you could maybe make your own.

But if your like me who doesn't own any of that stuff or knowledge, then its most definetly quicker, simpler and easier to just buy one where someone has done all the work for you. And the cost is not that much compared to some of the other models the effect stands for itself on visual impact.

If you want to act like a Chinese knock-off merchant and produce your own inferior imitation, then carry on doing what your doing and use your workshop to rip of the original artist like what you have said you have done.
But for new readers, if you want a professionally made, working trick from the person that did the hard-work trying to solve all its problems, then buy the original from Twister Magic. And at the end of the day, you should buy the original because its just so much easier than trying to make your own.

Steve
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Would you make me one MW I would pay you well!
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Steve : I mostly agree, but on occasions I enjoy combining various ideas to produce home made effects. I do have a modest workshop and a box full of useful supplies. This is part of my magic hobby. Performing with my own props can be more enjoyable.

David : Making a homemade DIY prop is one thing, but selling as a professional product with guarantee, safety assurance and instructions is for the pros. Maybe in retirement I will enter that market, who knows.

Very best wishes to you both,

MW
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Has anyone had experience with Airborne Any Bottle Magnetic?
http://www.themagicdepot.com/product_inf......s_id=492

The idea of using any bottle intrigues me but I don't know how good it would be.
I also haven't had any experience with other airborne bottles as well.
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On Nov 24, 2014, Hybrid Hunter wrote:
Has anyone had experience with Airborne Any Bottle Magnetic?
http://www.themagicdepot.com/product_inf......s_id=492

The idea of using any bottle intrigues me but I don't know how good it would be.
I also haven't had any experience with other airborne bottles as well.


Its that good that they didn't think a demo video was necessary.
Barnstormer
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What if anything can be handed out.
Hybrid Hunter
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Duly noted pegasus!
Is there a good quality airborne out that you recommend?

I don't really need it to be handed out since I'll be using it in a stage/standup context.
Hybrid Hunter
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Duly noted pegasus!
Is there a good quality airborne out that you recommend?

I don't really need it to be handed out since I'll be using it in a stage/standup context.
Mark Boody Illusionist
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Someone had asked if anyone had any experience with this version of magnetic airborne seen here http://www.themagicdepot.com/product_inf......s_id=492

The original poster got no response, so now it's my turn to ask. Anyone?

I do like the idea of using a bottle instead of a can, however I would like hear from others about their first-hand experiences.

Mark
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