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Topic: Reasonably priced, practical levitation?
Message: Posted by: Luke Sherratt (Feb 28, 2006 03:35PM)

You may have seen my post about the "up in the air levitation" but I have been in contact with Davenport's over here in the UK and they are out of stock and have no clue when they will have it back in. I was wondering, are there any good priced levitations you can do in the "real world"? The thing I liked about the Davenport's one was that you can do it surrounded. I need a levitation that looks good but won't break my bank. Can anyone suggest anything?

Best Regards,

Message: Posted by: magicneil (Apr 10, 2006 06:38PM)
Although more of a suspension than a levitation the chair suspension can be a very effective illusion and its pratical also:
-it can be done surrounded
-it looks good
-it is fairly inexpensive
-and it can be done with an audience member

Just my thoughts

Neil Croswell
Message: Posted by: EsnRedshirt (Apr 10, 2006 10:14PM)
S-frame levitations are cheap to make, but can't be done surrounded. Most of the ones where a person is levitated either can't be done surrounded, or require a full stage to perform.

Note- I'm referring to levitations. Suspensions, like the chair suspension mentioned above, or the sword or broomstick suspension, are another matter entirely.
Message: Posted by: Daniel Faith (Apr 11, 2006 10:18AM)
Any good levitation is going to cost you some bucks!
Message: Posted by: psyrules510 (Apr 11, 2006 08:34PM)
Yea levitations are not necessarily cheap. The cheapest one I knoe is king rising.