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pegasus
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On Jan 8, 2022, funnyclown wrote:
I'd love to see a full performance using the peek.

I believe in Craig's performance it's only using the switch feature and no palming card to wallet

But I'm interested in the peek.


Ahem, peek(s).
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On Jan 8, 2022, funnyclown wrote:
I'd love to see a full performance using the peek.

I believe in Craig's performance it's only using the switch feature and no palming card to wallet

But I'm interested in the peek.


Yes not much information was given on that.
I would also like to see more about the switching possibilities.
Arthur T
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Well the hype got me, itís been 3 years since Iíve bought a wallet so itís due. It would of been nice to see a performance of the peek but they got my money. Regardless. I like what the 1914 are doing so Iím expecting good things.
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Yes, would be good to see a demo of a peek given this is such a major selling feature of the wallet.

Neil
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Iím wondering if the card is put in the ctw slot on the outside, then you open the wallet get something and get the peek.
Iím kinda hoping thereís more to it than that though.
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On Jan 8, 2022, Pixelated wrote:
Iím wondering if the card is put in the ctw slot on the outside, then you open the wallet get something and get the peek.
Iím kinda hoping thereís more to it than that though.

Well, in that case, I'd rather stick to my trusted SAW. It has worked fine for years.
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On Jan 8, 2022, 252life wrote:
Iím about to release a new line of mentalism clothing. Every pair of pants has a minimum of 80 pockets, so that some of us can comfortably carry 1/10th of our wallets. Iím really looking forward to anything Lewis puts out these days. The wallet looks well made, and Iím happy to hear itís leather.


Very funny 😂😂. I actually own a 42 pocket casual jacket from a US company called Scottevest that specialises in having loads of pockets in all its garments.
Itís a great casual jacket and the pockets are incredibly discreet. Was pretty expensive though and I am sure someone on these boards gave me the original link.
I realise you were joking but sadly I am not, I have one and own the T shirt which has just the 5 pockets (I really do)
Gaz. 😊
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Gaz ,Iíve seen the commercials, and was actually thinking about getting one lol. We need a review Smile
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On Jan 8, 2022, 252life wrote:
Iím about to release a new line of mentalism clothing. Every pair of pants has a minimum of 80 pockets, so that some of us can comfortably carry 1/10th of our wallets. Iím really looking forward to anything Lewis puts out these days. The wallet looks well made, and Iím happy to hear itís leather.


Very funny 😂😂. I actually own a 42 pocket casual jacket from a US company called Scottevest that specialises in having loads of pockets in all its garments.
Itís a great casual jacket and the pockets are incredibly discreet. Was pretty expensive though and I am sure someone on these boards gave me the original link.
I realise you were joking but sadly I am not, I have one and own the T shirt which has just the 5 pockets (I really do)
Gaz. 😊


Be careful Gaz. A pick pocket would have a field day.

Neil
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On Jan 8, 2022, Gaz Lawrence wrote:
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On Jan 8, 2022, 252life wrote:
Iím about to release a new line of mentalism clothing. Every pair of pants has a minimum of 80 pockets, so that some of us can comfortably carry 1/10th of our wallets. Iím really looking forward to anything Lewis puts out these days. The wallet looks well made, and Iím happy to hear itís leather.


Very funny 😂😂. I actually own a 42 pocket casual jacket from a US company called Scottevest that specialises in having loads of pockets in all its garments.
Itís a great casual jacket and the pockets are incredibly discreet. Was pretty expensive though and I am sure someone on these boards gave me the original link.
I realise you were joking but sadly I am not, I have one and own the T shirt which has just the 5 pockets (I really do)
Gaz. 😊


Be careful Gaz. A pick pocket would have a field day.

Neil


Gaz slows them up by wearing four watches Smile
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I have a few questions hopefully Gaz chime in as I'm guessing he's seen the tutorial.

How many slots are there for credit cards ?

Do you need a slide to load the wallet ?

Is there a compartment for cash ?

Is it possible to load ring into thw wallet ?
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On Jan 7, 2022, reignofsound wrote:
Ordered directly from The 1914 Smile


Do you have a link to their website as nothing came up when I put 1914 magic in google ?
Arthur T
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Thanks Arthur T much appreciated 😇
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Very glad to hear that the wallet is genuine leather. I'm also curious to know a bit more about the peek, as that will be the feature I use the most. What does it add to previous peek wallet methods (for example, the SAW)?
Arthur T
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I do not own the wallet yet so donít actually know the methodÖ.. but if I was going to have a stab in the dark I think the nice thing about this is that the billet will stay in the view of the spectators which I think I like and makes it a bit different to saw. Thatís just speculation on my part though till it gets delivered.
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Hey guys, just jumping on to answer any questions anyone may have. I am gigging tonight so I apologise if my replies aren't the quickest.

All peek wallets allow us to do the same thing (secretly gain information) but the designs and layouts of the wallets allow for different choreography when getting the peek. I wanted to keep the design of Orphic simple yet very deceptive. It has no moving parts or extra flaps, the ID window can stay fully loaded with cash, ID, etc at all times, which even helps with the deceptiveness of the peek. The card to be peeked is inserted face down on the outside of the wallet, leaving it visible to your spectator at all times. The variety of peeks I teach in the instructional video range from going back into the wallet to remove something, to seemingly never opening the wallet again. There is also a peek utilising the switch feature, allowing you to stare directly at the spectator's card from your angle, yet from theirs all they see is a closed wallet with their face down card visible in the pocket (no mirrors or filters).

I have bought many peek wallets over the years, some I love and some, not so much. For me personally, Orphic gives me the most deceptive peek, ease of use and ability to carry everything I need in all the right places. My favourite features are the switch, which I have never seen in any other wallet, and the unique design of the peek section, allowing you to cloud the ID window with as much cash/cards as you want, whilst still getting a crystal clear peek at the entire business card/billet.

Any questions just let me know and I'll be back on here as soon as possible!
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I use Arthur T's Underlooked. I stopped using a peek wallet once I learned it. IMHO, too see he has ordered ORPHIC, it speaks volumes about the product.
gtx magic
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Craig Petty performing a routine from the Orphic tutorial.

Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.
dman11
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Question about the Switch....it looks like 3 credit card slots on each side of the outside of the wallet. Does each side need to be set up identical to convincingly do a switch?
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