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Topic: Super Can
Message: Posted by: Mando (Mar 28, 2011 01:00AM)
I was wondering if any of you guys can help me out.

My close friend had gave me Super Can by Gustavo Raley as a present a while back.

But recently I had misplaced it and lost it, ive been going crazy trying to find it but I have no luck.

Any one here might give me a lead or an idea where I can get my hands on Super Can

I used to open with it for my magic shows for ages 9-12, it was a killer! lol

Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Mar 28, 2011 01:35AM)
Try the owner website at

http://www.gustavoraley.com. Or enquire info@gustavoraley.com

I bought mine from hocus pocus. You may want to ask them

Have single and double can version. Take the double can, very versatile.

2nd post
Okay, found the website


Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Mar 28, 2011 08:46AM)
EBay now selling


Message: Posted by: Mando (Mar 28, 2011 10:24AM)
I emailed gustavo raley last night,
Fracis twistermagic has supercan sold out :/.
thank you anyway tho by any chance do you happen to know anyone willing to sell theirs?

Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Mar 28, 2011 11:48AM)
EBay is auctioning one now.
Message: Posted by: jimhlou (Mar 28, 2011 02:46PM)
Kevin James sells them. See: http://www.kjmagic.com

Message: Posted by: Starrpower (Mar 28, 2011 07:26PM)
I was expecting a "Karnac" joke, ala "Describe Clark Kent's bathroom"

But this looks like an interesting prop. Now that we have found where to got it, can anyone attest to its practical use in real shows?
I'd love to hear.
Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Mar 29, 2011 12:17AM)
It's a fantastic product, with so many possible routines especially if you have the 2-can version. Twistermagic website list out many, but I prefer to come up with my mine. The effect amazes both children and parents!

Message: Posted by: jimhlou (Mar 29, 2011 07:57AM)
It is a great prop, and expensive to make. You can pretty much write your own routines with it. And it's so innocent looking, it blows people away.

Message: Posted by: TedLashley (Mar 29, 2011 08:24AM)
Here's a more direct link to Kevin James' products... just scroll down to find "SuperCan".


Message: Posted by: MaxfieldsMagic (Mar 30, 2011 06:33AM)
Has the quality of the prop improved over the years? I bought one back in 2008, and frankly it looked a little rough. Great idea, though.
Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Mar 30, 2011 06:40AM)
The cans are thin like most can drinks, so need to hold and store in care. Other than that, I thought the overall quality is good. Have it for about 1 1/2 years. No problem so far.

Message: Posted by: MaxfieldsMagic (Mar 30, 2011 11:44AM)
Well, mine looked pretty rough right out of the box. It was a manufacturing issue, not a durability issue. Definitely not a prop I would bring within 10 feet of a spectator.