Search Products

What's Hot...

Retail Price: $10.00

Buy Now

Silicone Egg

by Wong, Alan

Product Rating:

(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Stage
Media Type: Utility Props
Publisher: Alan Wong

Product Description

A very convincing standard white shell egg made from quality silicone.

Can be compressed into a very small space and will retain it's shape when expanded.

Perfect for vanishing and production routines.

Includes one silicone egg. No instructions.

Dimensions Approximately: 2.5" x 2"
Date Added: Sep 12th, 2012
MLA SKU: 505032f5a94c6


Write your own review of Silicone Egg

Share our rating of Silicone Egg

If you would like to post our ratings of Silicone Egg, just place the following code into your website:

<iframe width="600" height="100" frameborder="0" src=""></iframe>

The rating will look as follows:

Feel free to change the size of the <iframe> to suit your needs.

About our Syndication Service

Official Review

October 12th, 2012 10:35pm
Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
I have spent years on a quest for the perfect fake egg. For me, this one isn't it, but your idea of "perfect" will be different than mine depending on what you want to do with it. Allow me to shed some light so you can decide for yourself…

This is about the size of a large egg. It's very white, isn't too shiny, and has a tight vertical seam. There's a small air hole in the very bottom that allows the egg to be compressed. Due to the thickness of the silicon, it expands all by itself so you'll have to secure it if you want it to stay compressed. It expands to full size very quickly and easily.

For parlor work, I think this would pass as a real egg, provided that you are mindful of lighting that might highlight the seam. But only those in the front row would be likely to spot it, so you don't have to be overly paranoid about it.

Ten dollars is a reasonable price for a prop that will surely last for years, if it... [Read More]

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

Official Review

January 12th, 2013 4:53am
Reviewed by Jeff Stone

It was such a Lonely Day (Thank you System of a Down), so I decided I would test out a review product in an unusual way. In the box o' stuff to review, I received a silicon egg from Alan Wong. It's an egg . . . how do you review an egg? Well you try to trick your wife with it . . . that's how. So I went out to fridge in our garage which contains about 18 dozen eggs at any given time (we like eggs . . . I'm just saying). I removed one of the real eggs and placed the silicon egg in its place. I then ate the real egg, of course.

Then comes the hardest part . . . waiting. Finally after a couple of days, my son brings the egg downstairs to my office with a "message from mommy." My son says, "Mommy says you're hilarious." So I went up and "interviewed" her. The short version is that she said it looked like a real egg and that she grabbed it out of the carton thinking it was real. Then when she squeeze a little too hard, she realized it wasn't real. Even then, when she first... [Read More]

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

Sponsored By