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Jumping Watch

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: General
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: El Duco

Product Description

Two solid ropes are displayed, one red and one white. A spectator may even check them by pulling the rope. No magnets or fasteners, no loose pieces or extra loops. The spectator ties the ends of the ropes together, forming one red loop and one white loop. Again the spectator may pull on the loops to check for openings. You now borrow a spectator's wristwatch and lock it around either of the loops. The magician now takes the watch and magically links it to the other loop. Once again, the spectator may check both the knots and the watch.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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May 31st, 2004 6:29pm
Reviewed by Sean Carpenter
My heart leapt when I saw that this product was in the database, as it's always fun to review a product that is buttock-clenchingly awful. It is also the only enjoyment I am ever likely to get from purchasing this effect.

Let me start by quoting the following description from the ad:

"Two solid ropes, one red and one white, are displayed. A spectator checks them by pulling the ropes. Now let the spectator tie the ends together so that you get one white and one red loop. Ask the spectator to remove his watch and lock it around one of the loops. Assume he chooses the white loop. In the very next moment, without any hidden moves, the watch is linked to the red loop!"

That description probably gave you the impression that the spectators can handle the ropes very freely, tugging them and tying the knots with the ropes in their own hands. If so, this effect will be a major disappointment. The ropes are, in fact, so un-examinable that you can never let them out of your grasp at... [Read More]
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