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Topic: FREE eBook: The Duplex Thumb Tip Modification.
Message: Posted by: Wx4usa (Apr 18, 2019 06:09AM)
FREE eBook: The Duplex Thumb Tip Modification.

This easy Thumb Tip modification allows for practically instant transfers from hand to hand under cover of your fingers, silks, bills or other objects. This quick change flexibility allows you to produce things like different color silks from the fingertips of opposite hands almost INSTANTLY. This also allows you to show both hands empty almost INSTANTLY and since you are utilizing a thumb tip, the flexibility and ease of handling is far easier to a d*e t*b* because there is no palming and your finger tips are seen freely.

So, why the Duplex thumb tip? It is fast. Almost instant transfers from one hand to another. Also, the capability to do silk vanishes and productions at the fingertips instead of the closed fist. Did I say fast? Easy opposite hand transfers without difficult handling that is easier for beginners. Itís fast.

If handled properly, other items in addition to silks can be successfully hidden inside the thumb tips. I have used salt, sand, pepper, streamers, nuts, bolts, plastic bugs and much more. If it fits, you can hide, vanish and produce it.

This is a very powerful modification and your imagination will be sparked with many ideas for uses for this incredible device. If it will fit in the thumb tip, you can use it.

Go to HalSaxonMagic.com and select the store tab and scroll down. The Free download is available for a limited time. Enjoy.
Message: Posted by: Ross W (Apr 18, 2019 06:26AM)
Just downloaded this and had a look. It's a very clever and intriguing idea that I have never seen before, all included in an e-book with lots of other tips (ha!) and ideas. Thank you!
Message: Posted by: Wx4usa (Apr 18, 2019 06:29AM)
[quote]On Apr 18, 2019, Ross W wrote:
Just downloaded this and had a look. It's a very clever and intriguing idea that I have never seen before, all included in an e-book with lots of other tips (ha!) and ideas. Thank you! [/quote]

Thank you Ross, I am so glad you liked it. I appreciate the comments as well. Tip on tips....lol. Have a great day. -Hal.
Message: Posted by: Sebastian Oudot (Apr 18, 2019 04:58PM)
Thank you Hal, for sharing your work.
Message: Posted by: Wx4usa (Apr 18, 2019 06:04PM)
[quote]On Apr 18, 2019, Sebastian Oudot wrote:
Thank you Hal, for sharing your work. [/quote]

Sebastian you are very welcome. Hope you enjoy it. - Hal
Message: Posted by: mcharisse (Apr 21, 2019 05:56AM)
Didn't stay free very long! Now the pice is $7 three days later. Maybe well worth it, but can't help feel a little baited and switched.
Message: Posted by: Maxy (Apr 21, 2019 10:09AM)
Very genius, I like how you took this underrated gimmick to another levels!.
Thank you very much Hal! :)
Message: Posted by: Mb217 (Apr 21, 2019 12:13PM)
Always loved TT magic, one of the very first tricks I ever had and fooled people with. I've played with it throughout the many years now and still carry it in my pocket and do it for kids and adults alike.

This clever work by Hal seems quite interesting and it's clear that he has spent a tremendous amount of time exploring and perfecting the better usage of the little tool. Perfection usually comes from focus, and so clearly Hal has had his eye uniquely on the ball, as there is also quite an impressive offering of magic on his website too. :)

I missed the free-download period but when Ross W here gives a piece of magic a good stamp of approval, it's usually something worthwhile checking out, especially as to such a classic in closeup magic...The good stuff, now made even better. ;)

Thanks Hal for your expertise and sticking with it.

www.HalSaxonMagic.com
Message: Posted by: Tom Cutts (Apr 21, 2019 12:31PM)
[quote]On Apr 21, 2019, mcharisse wrote:
Didn't stay free very long! Now the pice is $7 three days later. Maybe well worth it, but can't help feel a little baited and switched. [/quote]

You think thatís bad. I checked when it was free and it wanted me to enter cc info. Yeah, no. Donít trust people like that.
Message: Posted by: Mb217 (Apr 21, 2019 12:46PM)
Awwww, c'mon fellas, how's about we just give him a chance, especially on this Easter day...new beginnings, right? :) I've read his story on his website and it's quite compelling and wreaks of honesty and love for the art...Seems like a really nice guy. Plus he's got a lot of good stuff there.

I do understand nowadays being careful with CCs, and so perhaps Hal might look into offering PayPal, etc., as another expedient and well-tested & used way to purchase his fine works. Then he could simply email the pdfs to people upon a simple email via PayPal from them...works great on eBay. :)

Anyway, I believe Hal is quite legit and hope folks continue to more greatly appreciate his tremendous sharing as to his magic. :)

Happy Easter everyone. :)
Message: Posted by: egoli (Apr 21, 2019 01:33PM)
[quote] You think thatís bad. I checked when it was free and it wanted me to enter cc info. Yeah, no. Donít trust people like that. [/quote]

Not sure what you are talking about. I have ordered free and paid downloads from Hal and have never had to enter my credit card information. Paid purchases have gone through PayPal. I have found Hal to be a true gentleman. Very fast to respond and very helpful. I am a very happy customer.

Ed
Message: Posted by: Tom Cutts (Apr 21, 2019 01:53PM)
[quote]On Apr 21, 2019, egoli wrote:
[quote] You think thatís bad. I checked when it was free and it wanted me to enter cc info. Yeah, no. Donít trust people like that. [/quote]

Not sure what you are talking about. I have ordered free and paid downloads from Hal and have never had to enter my credit card information. Paid purchases have gone through PayPal. I have found Hal to be a true gentleman. Very fast to respond and very helpful. I am a very happy customer.

Ed [/quote]
Since people want to belabor the point, what Iím talking about is:

I went to the site. Rather than taking me directly to the product I had to search around for it. (Not a big deal but it flies in the face of the common held belief of making it as simple and easy for prospective customers.). Anyhow, click on the product which still showed as zero dollars. Was taken to a page which asked for cc info. I figured just a formality, it will let me through since it is free. Nope, red highlights indicating required cc info. Seemed like a shady thing for my first experience so I just bailed on it.

Now that I see he is polite in PMs but a good bit sarcastic publicly, I wonít be dealing with him. That is a customer service fail.

Who knows, maybe I was on the site at the exact moment it was switching from free to paid.

I will simply add this. Not everyone makes for a good business connection. What works for one may be an utter failure for another, I had my experience. Iím sure there are plenty of people who were fine with their own experience. We move forward with the experience and information we can acquire.

Peace out.