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Wishbone (DVD & Gimmicks)

by Gilbert, Bro, Harris, Paul

Product Rating:

(Based on 3 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Paul Harris

Product Description

An impossible souvenir with two wood coffee stirrers. They can even be signed!

Snap off two ends, put them in her hand.
The two initialed pieces impossibly melt into a single seamless "wishbone"...which she can keep forever and ever.

Be a Star at Starbucks...or wherever you hang out for coffee.

Very easy to do Completely self-contained No palming or switches Perform surrounded Refills available
"WishBone" souvenir is completely examinable: no seams, lines or glue marks...just a single smooth one-of-a-kind impossible object.

COMPLETE WITH 40 WISHBONE GIMMICKS
Date Added: Feb 20th, 2015
MLA SKU: 54e6e9869becf

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Official Review

April 2nd, 2015 6:08am
Rating:
Reviewed by Dr. J. M. Ayala de Cedoz
This product is very solid overall - the ad copy is 100% accurate, the video and audio quality were excellent except for a few minor lighting issues here and there, but nothing that will interfere with the learning process. The video is a downloadable video with the option of streaming. If you download it, you will not have the option of skipping around from section to section as there are no chapter markers, but as it is only 23 minutes long, it is not hard to sit through the whole thing at once. You will find a password to access this video inside the box that you receive the gimmicks in.

Bro Gilbert does an excellent job of performing and explaining the workings of effect. He goes into detail, but not too much - again the video is only 23 minutes long and it includes live performances, an easy handling and a bonus handling which is not more difficult, but it is a bit more involved than the simplified handling.

You get 40 gimmicks to begin with and each time you perform this... [Read More]

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September 2nd, 2015 12:09am
Rating:
Reviewed by Doc Johnson
PROS

The effect outcome souvenir is nice.

CONS

The souvenir is not made well. They do not look like stirring sticks.

You get 40 gimmicks and you will have one less gimmick with every performance. You are not likely to be able to make your own replacement gimmicks. Having to purchase refills can be costly, a big hassle, and what do you do if they are not available now or in the future?

You really should think about the performance. If you could fuze two stirring sticks, why would you break them?

Given the limitations, I just don’t think this is one of the stronger effects.

VERDICT

I just can’t seem to get behind this one. I don’t think it will be an effect that will last the test of time.

Official Review

March 9th, 2022 1:48am
Rating:
Reviewed by chipperPaul
I honestly try to ponder and meditate and CAREFULLY CONSIDER my words whenever I write a review. In a perfect world, I like to perform an effect a few times before reviewing it. Circumstances have not allowed me to do that on this effect, however: I have watched the instruction video on this one several times and have practiced with the gimmick quite a bit. I’ve also looked at some ancillary sources on this effect, so I think I can give a fair review overall. As far as ‘mechanics’ are concerned, this effect/gimmick is pretty solid! The handling really isn’t too complex. It uses coffee stirrers (the wooden-type) that one might find at most coffee houses. You (essentially) break two of the sticks (after spectators initial them) and then appear to fuse two of the ends together utilizing the spectators’ cosmic energy (or whatever). Again, the gimmick is solid…..and although simple, it looks kinda cool.

There is nothing bad, broken or wrong about this trick/gimmick. My... [Read More]

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