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One of our best selling effects at Blackpool this year.

www.saturnmagic.co.uk/saturn-magic-shop/......n-morton


Who needs silk-to-egg when you've got John Morton's silk-to-8Ball!?


Get ready to Transform....8!


Not just a quick trick shot... a full, highly entertaining close up, cabaret and stage routine.


First, you impress your spectators by transforming a napkin into an 8 Ball.
Then you trick them into a false sense of security by hilariously showing them how you did it (a classic gag).
But... just as they begin to stop taking your magic seriously, you hit them with a second transformation that produces a real, solid, heavy pool ball!

What did I just see!?

Was this an illusion!?

Was the pool ball real all along!?

Was this real magic!?


This modern take on a classic is guaranteed to snooker your spectators minds like never before. All the joys of silk-to-egg without the cracking!


What do you get?

​A gimmicked fake 8 Ball

A Normal 8 Ball

A pack of tissues to get you started

Some extras

Full online tutorials and handlings from Tom Wright (with and without flash paper)

**Flash paper sold separately*


Perform Transform 8 alone and you've got a pool ball miracle. Combine it with one of the tricks of the year Supernova and you've got a a true champion set!

For optimum performance, add one of our great value 8 Ball Holders to your belt.

Points to note

Very easy to do

Fast reset

Practical to carry at gigs (no fear of broken eggs)

Flash and non flash versions
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Anyone have a review of this. Can it be performed seated?
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On Feb 28, 2020, dave_matkin wrote:
Anyone have a review of this. Can it be performed seated?


Yes it would be very easy to this sitting down, easier than standing up I would say, not that it's hard either way.
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I guess flash pads are the perfect size for this .
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Well, it is strange that at my age, I certanly should have more than
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If you Google 'Sizes of billiard balls' you get:

'Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16", 61.5 mm, American-style at 2 1/4", 57 mm, and British-style at 2 3/16", 56 mm. Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type.'

I have also found balls that are 48 mm.

So, what are the size of this (these)?
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On Feb 28, 2020, tophatter wrote:
I guess flash pads are the perfect size for this .


I use a piece around half the size of a flash pad, you don’t need loads.

You can also use the extra piece given and use it with tissue and no flash.
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I think this is a clever idea for this plot. Still hard to beat the drama of cracking an egg on stage but this is cool
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On Feb 29, 2020, Thomas Walter wrote:
If you Google 'Sizes of billiard balls' you get:

'Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16", 61.5 mm, American-style at 2 1/4", 57 mm, and British-style at 2 3/16", 56 mm. Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type.'

I have also found balls that are 48 mm.

So, what are the size of this (these)?


Anybody, please? Smile
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