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Interlace Review

Official Review

January 2nd, 2009 4:35pm
Reviewed by David Acer
The year is 1994. D'Lite is only available in one color, barely half a dozen versions of "Three Fly" have been published, and Richard Sanders is putting out his first trick with the Camirand Academy, an ingenious (if sometimes finicky) ring-on-shoelace effect called "On Foot." The trick sells extremely well over the next few years, but despite this, Richard continues to tinker with the mechanics, until one day, in 2006, he hits upon an inspired combination of sleight and gimmick that achieves the perfect result. A borrowed finger ring vanishes into thin air at (or from) the magician's fingertips, only to reappear threaded on a loop of his right shoelace. The shoelace is slowly, carefully untied, then the ring is removed and returned to its rightful owner. There is no premature bending, awkward switching, or telltale fumbling, and the effect is every bit as clear and simple as described here.

So what is the price you pay for this miracle? An extensive one-time preparation (not unlike the kind involved in installing a Topit) that you can either execute yourself or commission from a tailor. If that doesn't conflict with your personality type, your performing strategy, or your religious convictions, then this wonderful piece of magic will be worth every penny to you.

David Acer

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

Product info for Interlace

Author: Richard Sanders
Average Rating:  (3)
Retail Price: $59.95
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Manufacturer's Description:

Borrow any ring, from any spectator, wave a lighter under it and it's gone! The spectator looks down at your shoe and now, hanging from the loop of your shoelace is their borrowed ring!

The ring is untied and slowly pulled off of the lace and given back to the switches!

  • No duplicate rings
  • No switches
  • No pulls or reels
  • No Reset - Immediately Repeatable
  • Angle Proof
  • Brand new principle in magic
  • 10 amazing handling included
  • Use sneakers or Dress shoes
  • Devastating reactions every time!

You never bend down or go anywhere near your shoe at any point during the effect. The same borrowed ring in your hand is the same borrowed ring that ends up hanging from the loop of your shoelace seconds later!

What To Expect:

You will learn how to cause any borrowed ring to vanish and appear tied to your own shoelace! You receive all the props, plus a full length DVD featuring all the moves, tips, handlings and subtleties. Get ready to blow away your audience with Interlace The miracle ring on shoelace.

Comes complete with props, DVD and 24 page, photo-illustrated booklet.

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