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Topic: Electronic rising deck - England
Message: Posted by: brangwinj (Nov 8, 2010 08:26AM)
I have seen advertised in Magic Magazine an electronic rising deck for 99L. I love the rising deck and would like an electronic one . It would make a great buy for my visit to Blackpool Convention this Feb 2011. Is the handling similar and is it reasonably durable??
Message: Posted by: M for Magic (Dec 20, 2010 10:55PM)
Do you have a web link?
Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Dec 21, 2010 06:06PM)
I was looking for that deck as well. The adds ran a few months ago but now I do not know where I saw them and can't find the deck
Message: Posted by: Robert M (Dec 21, 2010 07:40PM)
You might be thinking of the "Ultimate Electronic Rising Deck" by Marc Antoine. I believe he's French. Stevens Magic ran ads for this a few months ago.

If this is the one, I believe it's no longer available. It was very expensive and very noisy.

Message: Posted by: saysold1 (Dec 21, 2010 10:10PM)
Stick with the proven standard rising deck...The Martini Rising cards are super nice -

...and you can then use your extra savings to buy a QB2 of something groovy!
Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Dec 24, 2010 09:01AM)
Is the Martini deck made from Bicycle cards?
Message: Posted by: saysold1 (Dec 24, 2010 09:28AM)
Yes - and they are really well made too - rider backs.

Magician Joushua Jay himself just weighed in a few weeks ago and decided these were the best available for pros. Here is a link to that thread:

Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Dec 24, 2010 09:55AM)
Thanks, the price seems very reasonable and the site indicates there is a lifetime warranty.
Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Dec 24, 2010 10:02AM)
I am going to order one or two RIGHT now.
Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Jan 2, 2011 10:14AM)
Martini's service was great, the product is great and he threw in a free Monty effect as appreciation for the order.
Message: Posted by: Failed Magician (Jan 2, 2011 10:51AM)
Will it wear off? I mean, will it happen eventually or only happen when we use it abusively?

I know Mr Martini will provide a lifetime warranty but I'm just wondering about the durability of the gimmick. I haven't got any rising deck gimmick, so this one would be a good start.
Message: Posted by: saysold1 (Jan 2, 2011 12:49PM)
Very well made gimmick, and Martini gives you extra adhesives with instructions.
Message: Posted by: Denis Bastible (Jan 2, 2011 02:23PM)
I would guess that if he is offering a lifetime warranty it is a fairly durable set up. He does give instructions on removal of the risen card to reduce stress on the gimmick.
Message: Posted by: slim23 (Jan 2, 2011 03:49PM)
I have had my Martini rising card system for 2 years and it still works fine.
So I'm guessing it will last a couple of years. Martini says it's histrademark apparel.

Message: Posted by: edh (Jan 2, 2011 06:07PM)
He is a great gentleman to do business with.