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Pete Biro
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3/4-inch across. Brass.
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Eclectech
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I'm going to have to check that out. Still have my Brema Nut. Bill Tube also, but missing part of it... Anyone have incomplete Brema tube sets?
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NIce if you could also get matching nuts. They other effects could be performed as versions of

coins across, 3Fly, coins to glass, etc.

Eventually I will be in a wheelchair and plan to do all sort so effect with things that "fall off" the chair.

Pleae ask him what would be the cost os supplying three additional ungaffed nuts along with the Brema one.
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AidanHeritage
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I've still got mine, from Supreme magic, tucked away on the shelf. Never did actually get a use for it, and really must change that! The supreme one has a brema and a matching non brema one - and very hard to tell which is which!
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On Feb 13, 2015, AidanHeritage wrote:
I've still got mine, from Supreme magic, tucked away on the shelf. Never did actually get a use for it, and really must change that! The supreme one has a brema and a matching non brema one - and very hard to tell which is which!


All of them come with a matching non-gimmicked nut.
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micwize
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Just found this thread as I am interested in a Brema nut. Thanks for the advice!
Pete Biro
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Contact Porper's new site

www.illusionworks.com

email to mail@scottjenkins.com

he is handling Porper's sales
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Stu Montgomery
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Suppliers of the "Spirit Nut" - or as the advertising says, "known as the Brema Nut".
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Loved my Supreme one back in the day, just ordered two sets again. Always remember ending with a safety pin appearing on the neut under the hank and letting the spectators handle it and them realize the nut is on the back of the pin and the nut (ungimmicked nut) won't slide off pin.
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