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Color Vision - Plastic

(Based on 3 reviews)
Categories: Close Up, Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The magician asks a spectator to place a small die with different colored spots on each side into the box. The spectator is to remember the color of the spot on top and place the lid on top. Without opening the box, the magician can now tell the spectator which color the spectator choose.
Date Added: Jul 23rd, 2003
MLA SKU: rtuzRYvKQR1bwzG


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February 6th, 2004 11:33am
Reviewed by Richard Mendez
Forget every other mentalism effect that you've seen. This is still the most practical and affordable mentalism effect on the market. An old classic that can be repeated for the same audience making it even more baffling. The classics are classics for a reason. Durable!
March 17th, 2009 12:55pm
Reviewed by DonB!
I remember the first time I saw this performed, and it fooled me. I purchased it, used it a few times over the years, and then forgot about it.

Then I read Arcade Dreams, about Ed Marlo's years working the Treasure Chest magic counter. Marlo came up with unique magician-fooler routines with standard props, and Color Vision was back into my working material.

Marlo's routine uses the standard color vision box, but has a 3-phase routine that kicks 'em hard at the end. The cube actually vanishes and penetrates down through a hat UNEXPECTEDLY.

Even if you never perform Marlo's routine, this is a great mentalism prop. I love it.
July 15th, 2010 3:41pm
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
Thank goodness that Mikame has produced his version of Color Vision.
As I don't own it, I can't comment-but then, Mikame is known for producing high quality props, often from wood.
Speaking of wood, Madhatter Magic has this trick, in wood, for about ten dollars. It's wood, but, the block is painted, and the color spots are plastic jewels. Perhaps I focus too much here on what this prop is made of-but, I see so many cheap plastic versions, some of them, just bad-that I'll either get Mikame's version, or, simply make one myself.
Another reviewer here mentions Marlo's 'Arcade Dreams', which includes Marlo's handling of Color Vision.
'Artful Dodges', a book by Eddie Fields, also includes some Marlo moves involving this prop. The Fields book, resparked my interest in this trick, which IS STRONG, when handled properly-as opposed to the usual instructions which came with this effect since, like, forever! Just goes to show, it's not the prop, it's what you do with it.
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