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Black And White Surprise Review

February 1st, 2010 7:50am
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Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
In my view, black and white surprise is THE ONLY version I've seen of this trick worth getting. There are mid priced versions (20 something dollars) and then, Polka Chip Polka, which is just cheaply made brass colored plastic. The gimmicks don't work as well, (noisier), and ads for polka chip polka can mislead — they look like brass in the ad, and there's no indication either way, as to what they're made of. The mid priced version is brass, but, not as tight so far as the gimmicks. This effect is too good to compromise on with a cheaper version. It has gone the way of 'flying coins' which can be bought in wood, brass, or...plastic, with brass coating on it. Price can matter, and with black and white surprise you get solid materials, AND optimum function. It's worth saving money up for-skip the mid version and forget the plastic polka!

Product info for Black And White Surprise

Average Rating:  (3)
Retail Price: $45.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

In one hand the magician has a white brass chip, the other hand a black one. Both hands are closed and the chips change places. This is repeated a number of times. The spectators are convinced the chips are black on one side and white on the other. The performer shows both chip sides again. Now one is green and yellow, the other chip is red and blue!

Manufactured in Europe by master craftsmen. Packaged in a foam-filled jewelry box.

Can be completely examined at the finish of the effect. Nothing has to be secretly palmed away. This one almost works itself. Don't miss out on one of the best close-up mysteries in years! Get yours today!


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