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by Rodger Lovins

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The magician places a ball inside of a salt shaker. He covers the shaker with a napkin. Upon removing the napkin from the shaker, the ball has vanished and is found inside of the magicians pocket. The Magician then places the ball back inside of the shaker. Once again the shaker is covered with the napkin. He gives it a little shake and the ball drops out from under the napkin onto the table! The magician then places the ball onto his open outstretched hand. He picks up the shaker and hits the ball. The spectators see the ball VISIBLY penetrate the bottom of the salt shaker!

The magician then opens the shaker and pours the ball onto the table! He then places the ball back inside of the shaker, replaces the lid, and covers it with a napkin. He tells the spectators that he will make the ball vanish once more. He crushes the napkin with his hand and the ball and shaker have both vanished!
  • Easy to do!
  • No reset!
  • Perfect for close up or table magic!

SHAKER is one of those effects you will use for many applications. Comes with everything you need.

"When I saw Rodger Lovins do SHAKER, it really SHOOK ME UP!"
-Dan Garrett

This special gimmicked salt shaker is also great for your favorite Chop Cup routine. Add Shaker to Ultimate Coin Purse for an amazing finale.

Comes complete Shaker, 2 balls, gimmick, and instructions.

Date Added: Jan 22nd, 2007


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Official Review

February 28th, 2016 8:55pm
Reviewed by David Parr
The instruction sheet that comes with Rodger Lovins' Shaker devotes a single paragraph to explaining its use. I shall likewise devote a paragraph to this review. For $24.95, the purchaser receives the aforementioned instruction sheet with its perfunctory paragraph, a saltshaker, and two crocheted balls. The sanctity of the Reviewer's Oath precludes my revealing the exact method for Rodger Lovins' Shaker, but I can say this: The saltshaker is gaffed to function in the manner of a familiar magician's prop that rhymes with "chlop clup"; one of the crocheted balls is slightly different from the other, but not in a way someone would notice unless that person happens to be a compulsive dissectionist; and when the ball vanishes from within the saltshaker -- because where would one keep a crocheted ball but inside a saltshaker? -- its disappearance is accompanied by an audible "thunk," a sound very reminiscent of the one that happens when a tiny plastic replica of a slice of watermelon is... [Read More]
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February 15th, 2010 1:10pm
Reviewed by Phil Tawa
I don't think the trick deserves the beating David Parr gave it.
I don't do the routine instructions more of my own.
I use it and have not yet been "Busted". It does talk a little
but you can cover it right with movement and patter. I don't do the through the table thing just a quick little stand up routine.

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