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by Silano, Rocco

Product Rating:

(Based on 4 reviews)
Category: General
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: D'Lite Products

Product Description

Show your hands empty, then magically produce a bright red light at your fingertips. Toss it from hand to hand, and make it disappear at your command. Toss it to a friend, then do it all over again.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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January 4th, 2003 6:37pm
Reviewed by Steve Giles
Beware of cheaper imitations they stand out like a sore thumb!
I like this trick, I use it to pluck the beam of my laser pen up, the red light of the amplifier,etc. and put it in my pocket.
It's on of those tricks you get asked to perform again and again.
The down side however is that it doesn't really work during daylight hours.
But so what, it's Brilliant!
January 25th, 2003 10:13am
Reviewed by Baldini
The trick has to be judged on its own merits, not on how someone may misuse it. I have mystified adults and kids with this one every time I use it. Thumb tips are used alot too. That does not mean that they are not great tools for magic. With D'lite you are only limited by your imagination. I've even done a cups and "balls" routine with it. Just dim the lights and watch the hand position much as you would a thumb tip. Snort the light up your nose, then pull it from your ear. Place it in your fist and make it vanish then reach into your pocket and find it there. Blow on it and it vanishes, then pull it from your mouth, and on and on and on... Well worth the money.
May 1st, 2006 6:07pm
Reviewed by rikbrooks
I agree, this is a wonderful device. I'm less impressed by a few of his more recent things, but this is marvelous.

No, this isn't done well outside in the day light.You also shouldn't do it under water or while putting your hands through a meat grinder.

But that doesn't make it less of a trick.
July 29th, 2015 5:10am
Reviewed by Daxr-phillips
Works well in some dimmer areas fools a lot of people great for kids shows easy to dump so as to come out clean.

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