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Braco's Floating Ball

by Braco

Product Rating:

(Based on 7 reviews)
Category: Stage
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Magiceffex

Product Description

Braco's Floating Ball is without question the most amazing floating ball on the market today. Because, it really floats. Norm Nielsen was one of the first privileged to see Braco's Floating Ball in action. He was totally impressed.

What`s so new about this floating ball? Well, the most important fact is that it really levitates. There are no “tacky” motions while the ball is in midair. The ball does not slide on any attachments, is not dancing on a Zombie gimmick nor is it covered with any cloth or other object to hide anything. Here is one possible routine:

Open a chest and take a 15 inch gleaming silver gleaming ball out of it. Take your hands off the ball and it mysteriously remains suspended in midair. Walk away from the ball. It remains floating in the middle of nowhere. The ball then suddenly floats away, while you walk toward it. Pass by the ball and it follows in the same direction as its master. The ball can then descend into a box, which is only some inches bigger than the ball itself. To prove the weight of the gleaming ball, you take it out and drop it. The ball crashes to the stage floor with a loud sound. Yes, it weighs 10 pounds.

The 4 most astonishing facts are: Braco's Flaoting Ball has absolutely no minimum performing distance. Perform it under full lightning. Read this twice, three, four, five....a thousand times: There is nothing attached to Braco's Floating Ball. Absolutely nothing. No wires, no threads, nothing at all. Nevertheless, it is under your control at all times.
Date Added: Jan 14th, 2004


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Steve Giles
What do you get for your money? A printed Booklet with details of the most impractical trick around

Not only will it take you some time to 'construct' each ball, and you need a new one each time but I can not believe that anyone watching will be baffled by this trick.

If it was $10 I would still think it was expensive but at nearly $40.... Don't waste your money.
2 of 2 registered users have found this review helpful.
March 16th, 2003 5:10pm
Reviewed by soonerhoosier
The other reviewers are WAAAAAY too kind. It's even worse than they say. Had I run forty dollars through a shredder I would have more to show for it. Braco should be ashamed!
January 20th, 2003 11:43pm
Reviewed by bosco
I cannot agree more with the previous reviewer - This item is so bad and impractical that i cant bring myself to talk about it. The Trade descriptions act should really have a look at this!
January 20th, 2003 11:46pm
Reviewed by Baldini
You know the old saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is?" That certainly appies to Braco's ball. If you buy this trick, do not expect to be able to perform the "posible routine" presented in the description. In fact, do not expect to be able to do anything with it. Construction of this effect is unpractical to say the least. I did give it a go several times. To build this one-use-wonder requires you to spend even more money! If I had only spent a tenth of the asking price, I would not recommend this illusion.
January 25th, 2003 10:19am
Reviewed by martello
If there were a rating that were less than half a star, this piece of junk would get it. Any dealer who sells this should be blackballed as a rip off artist. It would be hard to believe that anyone would find this of any kind of value in any kind of way. Pure junk!!!
May 30th, 2003 1:23pm
Reviewed by Coolini
Yep, the others aren't just kidding. Totally impractical, and laughable. In many of the pat descriptions of the effect, it also says there is nothing attached to the ball, yet part of the instructions suggest attaching a thread to it. If one were willing to take all the time to construct the ball (another reviewer has already tipped the fact that a new one must be made for each performance) the trick still would look about like what a layman would suspect was going on. Not at all worth buying, not even off Ebay for a lesser price.
1 of 1 registered users have found this review helpful.
April 16th, 2010 2:54pm
Reviewed by Magiking
Add my agreement to the other reviews. What a rip-off! I trust that Norm Neilsen is ashamed for having his good name associated with this nonsense.

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