Magically produce a 20-oz. bottle of your favorite drink at any time during your close up or stage act! Special gimmick and two 18" silks included. Featured in Joshua Jay's Talk About Tricks Top 10 of 2005 in MAGIC Magazine!
This is an amazing, visual and very off beat magic effect. At any time during his show the performer picks up a can of Coke, Pepsi, or his favorite soda, and an empty clear glass. He begins to pour the drink into the glass and at some point accidental
The performer pours liquid into a glass from a soda bottle. He "absent-mindedly" leaves the glass during the performance, and the glass stays suspended in mid air as the liquid continues to pour into it. This model is
A can of soup is being filled with water and floats in midair. Comes with a Gimmicked Real Tomato Soup Can and a Gimmicked Universal Bottle top which fits most water bottles.
A new and different version of the Hydrostatic Glass effect. Liquid is poured into a crystal clear wine glass. Glass is inverted with the mouth covered by a postcard, then the postcard removed, and the liquid remains suspended
Transform a liquid into an entirely different solid item. Show a fancy vase completely empty. A glass of clear water (or any other liquid) is poured into the vase. This is now covered with an empty cylinder. The cylinder is lifted away, and the conten
Turn vase over, completely upside down, emptying the the water... when you turn it over a second time, it empties again, having mysteriously refilled itself! A third time, fourth time, again and again! This is our larger ver
An attractive aluminum vase is shown empty. At the magician’s command water is poured from the vase. Once again, the vase is shown empty. This is repeated over and over. The 8" tall vase is capable of 10 pours.
An excellent, logical way to present an old chestnut - Lester Lake's "Water-Lu." The magician displays an empty tuna fish can and fills it with water. He places a piece of paper over the open end of the can and then turns the can ups
Now available in a REAL GLASS version! You show two clear empty glasses and a solid glass square. The two glasses are stacked one on top of the other with the solid glass square between them. Milk or any other liquid is poured