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Topic: Best utilities for street magic
Message: Posted by: Faizimran (Mar 28, 2016 08:46AM)
Hi,
What are some utilities or magic props you guys use a lot that are amazing
I like electric touch + , mystery smoke price range $60 - 250$
Message: Posted by: MichaelJae (Mar 28, 2016 08:22PM)
TT $3
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Apr 4, 2016 11:03AM)
@#$% Michael! Ya "stole" my idea! (hee hee)
Message: Posted by: MichaelJae (Apr 5, 2016 11:01AM)
Hey Dick, I once traded a smoke device for electric touch...both unreliable and pricey. Never again. That was years ago. That $3 tool would "run circles" around everything in the latest and greatest, or anything else in magic.
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Apr 5, 2016 07:09PM)
Yes! That $.25 that I spend with Percy Abbott in 1946, was an INVESTMENT.

i agree Michael! SIMPLICITY!
Message: Posted by: StanleyRosenhouse (Apr 18, 2016 09:25PM)
I don't do srreet magic but I would think that IT would be valuable.
Message: Posted by: StanleyRosenhouse (Apr 18, 2016 09:26PM)
I meant street.
Message: Posted by: Kyoki_Sanitys_Eclipse (Apr 21, 2016 10:27AM)
Lol. Two things I always carry. Coins and a TT
Message: Posted by: Faizimran (Apr 25, 2016 07:56PM)
Any other besides TT ?
Message: Posted by: StanleyRosenhouse (Apr 26, 2016 03:34AM)
IT for many levitations and animations
Message: Posted by: Faizimran (Apr 26, 2016 10:24AM)
OK thanks for all of the responses
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Apr 26, 2016 11:20AM)
Well, it's all Michael Jae's fault!!! He's the one that STARTED the fight! R0FL

Dear old Professor HERWIN~! (He never thought that his little "feke/thumb" would cause all this!
Message: Posted by: MichaelJae (Apr 26, 2016 10:45PM)
Hey Dick, Thanks for the history lesson!!
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Jun 11, 2016 05:18PM)
Amazingly, in 50 years I have never used a thumb tip
Message: Posted by: JoeJoe (Jun 11, 2016 06:33PM)
[quote]On Apr 26, 2016, StanleyRosenhouse wrote:
IT for many levitations and animations [/quote]

Use my "Super Spinner" for that - I've been able to do the Origami Frog animations from hand-to-hand eliminating the need for a table - best part, being Open Source it is cheaper than a TT:

http://magicjoint.com/pages/levitations/super-spinner/



-JoeJoe
Message: Posted by: Kyoki_Sanitys_Eclipse (Jun 12, 2016 12:25AM)
Just want to say I got some stuff today from Joe Joe and he was quick to respond to all my questions and even threw in some extra goodies. Great guy
Message: Posted by: Kyoki_Sanitys_Eclipse (Jun 12, 2016 12:41AM)
Also you always carry a TT and sh*** with four coins
Message: Posted by: Wayne Liew (Jul 1, 2016 06:01AM)
Joe Rindfleisch's rubberbands. $15 and can last you many years to come :)
Message: Posted by: Asaka (Jul 24, 2016 10:20AM)
TKO, to**t
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ITR, Loop
Message: Posted by: CalebRose (Jul 27, 2016 04:38PM)
I never leave home without my TT. Great stuff. I would also invest in an ID. Its only like $11 bucks on penguin and you can get some great use out of it. I always take my TT, a matching colored regular deck to the ID and my small coin pouch. With just that stuff (combined price being $20 maybe) you can do a plethora of tricks and put on a hell of a performance.
Message: Posted by: sdunphy (Aug 3, 2016 05:46PM)
I once again tried to work my TKO unsuccessfully. I realize that this is a fine product but it's not for people (most of us) who have a belly. If you have a belly bulge, it will interfere with the tko. As I try to use it, items such as my wad of $100 bills get hung up and go flying down the street. Imagine that...
Message: Posted by: Juno-How (Sep 20, 2016 01:52PM)
I always carry loops, deck of cards and the invisible deck... all pretty old school now, but will never fail to impress. If I am going out prepared to blow people away, then I take electric touch and use as the kicker for reading that last thought in a persons mind. Really gets the place buzzing :-)
Message: Posted by: JasperLee (Oct 22, 2016 09:06PM)
SMOKE 2.0 by Alan Rossion
Message: Posted by: JassTan (Nov 11, 2016 02:27AM)
TT, loops, invisible deck, omni deck, pk ring.
Message: Posted by: That1MagicGuy (Nov 24, 2016 04:57PM)
Flash paper, The Raven and Nail writer. The possibilities are endless with these 3.
Message: Posted by: harris (Dec 4, 2016 09:52AM)
My harmonicas.

They are
A. Magic wands
B. Finale as in coin to harmonica
C. Crowd gatherers. (Sound attraction)
D. Mini ones as "chink a chink" objects

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e-SNaPTZ1jE
Message: Posted by: MagicVeronika (Dec 9, 2016 08:51PM)
TT, IT and double stick tape.
Message: Posted by: malaki (Nov 9, 2017 04:46PM)
TT, S&C,and thimble are always on me regardless of busking or otherwise!
Message: Posted by: Phil1111 (Nov 13, 2017 01:52AM)
Loops are always good to use with glasses or bills. The animations you can make are incredible especially with the newer Loops Yigal has released
Message: Posted by: MrEmagic (Nov 13, 2017 06:18AM)
TT, omni deck and an invisible deck
Message: Posted by: DrVG (Feb 2, 2018 10:50PM)
TT, coins , note bills and sometimes my highland bagpipes
Message: Posted by: mandrax (Feb 3, 2018 08:25PM)
TT, ID, ring and lace/necklace, pen, coins.
Message: Posted by: Cub Sines (Mar 6, 2018 02:10AM)
Those that have been mentioned (TT, ITR, loops, ID) and also sponge balls, INKA pen + cap in a bottle or coin in can (sinful by Wayne Houchin) and you can do magic all day long.
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Mar 6, 2018 05:03AM)
It would appear, after reading this thread, that it would be wise to invest (buy stock) in the company that makes TTs, and IDs:!!!
Message: Posted by: Howser (Mar 6, 2018 06:52AM)
I carry around a ring flight pro with ignition and keymaster attached. halo project ring and rubber bands on wrist
Message: Posted by: Teddy Meagher (Mar 12, 2018 01:27AM)
I almost always have a loop on me, I actually never use a TT but I'd recommend having some coins with an expanded shell as well you can do a lot with coins and one shell
Message: Posted by: Youri (Mar 12, 2018 05:28AM)
Some of these : a ring, a deck of card, color changing knives, 2 sponges balls and a "jumbo" sponge ball, one coin (or 4), one jumbo coin, rubber bands, an ITR, one pen, one lighter, cigaretts.
Message: Posted by: debjit (Aug 14, 2018 01:01PM)
Loops, invisible deck, nail writer and a shell coin
Message: Posted by: magicianbrady (Mar 16, 2019 08:18PM)
PK ring and Cipher
Message: Posted by: teenagelabotomy42 (Apr 19, 2019 01:53AM)
Double Cross
Message: Posted by: Magikgym (May 9, 2019 08:56AM)
Loops, ring, rubberband.
Message: Posted by: FrankFindley (May 18, 2019 12:14PM)
Magnetic rear pocket holdout and purse frame.

At IBM Ring 56 meeting this week Lewis Chaney and Norris Priest taught us how to make and use roses from napkins. Napkins have numerous uses like keeping hands dried, replacing lost silks/balls, writing predictions, etc. But making paper napkin roses as attention getters, using business cards as stand for them at tables, etc. was eye opening. Definitely will be adding napkins to my bag and napkin roses to repertoire. Here is link with other examples:

[url]http://www.charliethejugglingclown.com/napkin_rose.htm[/url]