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Topic: Need a review on "Eject" by Mathieu Bich
Message: Posted by: kusoyon (Apr 6, 2008 11:06AM)
Would anybody have info/review on "Eject" by Mathieu Bich? This can be seen at http://www.mathieubich.com/site_usa/demo.htm . I thought it was kinda kool. What are your thoughts?
Message: Posted by: Larry Davidson (Apr 6, 2008 12:01PM)
I can't give you a review, but I think that this could be used as a really funny gag with a card under drink routine.
Message: Posted by: afuoco (Apr 8, 2008 09:50PM)
I agree it does open up a lot of possible routines. This is assuming the handling is not knacky. Looking forward to hearing from someone who has it.
Message: Posted by: Mark Elsdon (Apr 9, 2008 08:55AM)
I have it, Matthieu sent me one a few weeks ago.

It's not knacky as much as variable. You have no real conrol over how long the delay is, only that there IS a delay.

The gimmick is reliable and consistent and should last quite a while. You get several of them and instruction as to how to make more very easily and cheaply.

The effect of the card shooting out of the box or deck into your waiting hand is incredible and should stun any audience.

I think this is the type of effect you will save for a special occasion rather than performing it all the time.

Highly recommended.

Mark Elsdon
Message: Posted by: kusoyon (Apr 13, 2008 06:20PM)
Thanks! Mark, that was exactly what I was looking for. Say, Mark, whats the cost in U.S. dollars for this? I could not find a converter.

Thanks,
Frank
Message: Posted by: Steve Hook (Apr 13, 2008 07:28PM)
$28.27 US for 18 Euros on 4/13/08.

http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/currencies/fxc.html
Message: Posted by: Xiqual (Apr 13, 2008 08:58PM)
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On 2008-04-13 19:20, kusoyon wrote:
Thanks! Mark, that was exactly what I was looking for. Say, Mark, whats the cost in U.S. dollars for this? I could not find a converter.

Thanks,
Frank
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Have you ever heard of a search engine? Just type currency converter and you get a ton of them. Google,Yahoo, amazing inventions.
Message: Posted by: John C (Apr 14, 2008 07:44AM)
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On 2008-04-13 19:20, kusoyon wrote:
I could not find a converter.

Thanks,
Frank
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Message: Posted by: kusoyon (Apr 14, 2008 12:19PM)
Thank you, Steve and Mark for your kind assistance. There was no money converter on the "Eject" page. When I tried one I found on a search...the answer was questionable. I guess I'm not too good with them. Your post, Xiqual, seemed rude & that you were talking down to me. I did not consider your post to be part of the solution of my issue... I did not like it but I forgive you.
Message: Posted by: bobn3 (Apr 15, 2008 09:48AM)
It looks like Stevens Magic has this as well.

Bob Phillips

http://www.stevensmagic.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=10114
Message: Posted by: plainman007 (Jun 1, 2008 09:48AM)
Currency convertor website - http://www.xe.com
Message: Posted by: plainman007 (Dec 18, 2008 06:28AM)
Does anyone own EJECT here and can tell me is the time variable highly unpredictable or just inaccurate. Theres a difference. I wouldnt want to be waiting for 20 secs or so without the card popping up. But a difference here and there between 5-8 secs is ok. Can someone tell me about this ? Thanks.
Message: Posted by: eddierush (May 7, 2010 12:40PM)
I just bought Eject at the Magic Warehouse today. It really is a cool gimmick and it does exactly what the advertisement and video states.

plainman007 - The difference is not great - if done correctly. Expect between 2 to 5 seconds - depending on the condition of your gimmick and you (without giving anything away).

I love it and will be adding it to my everyday, carry around, close-up bag.

I also Highly Recommend it.
Message: Posted by: Failed Magician (May 9, 2010 02:41PM)
What happen if the gimmick breaks down? Can we repair or construct it without difficulty?
Message: Posted by: Jv (May 9, 2010 05:59PM)
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On 2010-05-09 15:41, Failed Magician wrote:
What happen if the gimmick breaks down? Can we repair or construct it without difficulty?
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I think this answers your question:

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On 2008-04-09 09:55, Mark Elsdon wrote:
The gimmick is reliable and consistent and should last quite a while. You get several of them and instruction as to how to make more very [b]easily[/b] and cheaply.

Mark Elsdon
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