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Victorian Coins and Glass (DVD and Gimmick)

by Harbottle, Kainoa

Product Rating:

(Based on 3 reviews)
Categories: General, Stage
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: Kozmomagic Inc.

Product Description

This is Kainoa's pet routine, and it is a real-world wonder. If you've seen him lecture or perform, chances are you've seen him do it. Whether tablehoppingor on stage, performing for three people or 300, Victorian Coins and Glass is strong, interactive coin magic at its finest.

Includes instructional DVD with the complete routine as well as additional ideas and live performances (1 hr 22 min). Also includes the glass. You provide the coins and that extra something special.
Date Added: Aug 28th, 2015
MLA SKU: 55e006f734d98

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Official Review

October 1st, 2015 8:22pm
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Reviewed by Dr. J. M. Ayala de Cedoz
When I first heard that this was being released, I was really excited because Kainoa is one of my favorite coin workers. I purchased this as soon as I was able and I am glad I did...

First of all, let me get the usual stuff out of the way: This DVD was produced by Kozmo Magic, so the video, audio and lighting quality were absolutely stellar. The menu was nicely laid out and easy to navigate. You can watch the video via the Play All button or chapter by chapter, including the two bonus effects included on the disc. You also get a very good quality glass that will help you with some parts of the routine. It is not gimmicked in any way, but I speak from experience when I say they can be a pain in the butt to find. More on the glass later.

The routine itself is very well thought out and it is easy to do. It does require a turtle gimmick (or those things you find on the beach) but there are no knuckle-busting sleights and the most advanced sleight used in the whole routine is an ROV... [Read More]

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Official Review

October 3rd, 2015 9:50am
Rating:
Reviewed by Doc Johnson
PROS

Kainoa developed this routine so he could do a coin routine for a small OR large audience. The benefit of doing the coin routine with a glass is it add the audio quality that plays to not only small audiences, but larger audiences as well.

It comes with a glass that is the perfect size and design. It is a small 4.5 ounce glass, so it could fit easily in a jacket pocket. It has designs that make coins appear to disappear in the glass. The quality of the glass is very good. While this isn't the first application of this sort of glass (A rocks glass), this particular glass has some very good properties and the perfect size.

The instruction is very good and very thorough. He teaches some really good moves. The moves are not particularly difficult. With a bit of practice, they are not difficult to master.

The product is true to the ad copy. The ad copy is very specific about how it comes with instruction and a glass. You provide the coins and a certain common... [Read More]

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Official Review

January 8th, 2016 9:50am
Rating:
Reviewed by James Sanden
Kainoa Harbottle is known for his sophisticated and difficult sleight of hand with coins. Breaking from that trend, in his latest release, “Victorian Coins and Glass,” he shares a routine that requires minimal sleight of hand, but which has a great deal of magic built in to it. Much of this “sleightless” magic comes as a result of adding an ungimmicked (though specially designed) glass to the routine.

The origin of the effect stems from Mr. Harbottle’s desire to have coin magic play to a larger audience. The use of the glass furthers this goal dramatically, as it adds not only a visual, but an aural, dimension to the performance. In addition, as he points out in the introduction, the glass also makes the routine more practical, easier to perform and makes it significantly more interactive than the majority of coin routines one sees performed.

The effect taught is a multi phase coins across where the coins disappear from the included glass, held by a spectator, with... [Read More]

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