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Topic: Throw streamer
Message: Posted by: allan31 (May 27, 2004 01:36AM)

I would like to know where I could find some good throw streamers.
best regards
Message: Posted by: -The Scot- (May 27, 2004 03:56AM)
Without a doubt, the best (hand) throw streamers are made by Kabuki. You can find them on [url]http://www.kabuki.com[/url]. Be prepared to pay, though, because these are top quality.
Message: Posted by: Philipp K (May 27, 2004 04:42AM)
I'm using the Viking "Kabuki Streamers." They are really great.
I would recommend you to try both sizes to see which of them fits in your act.


Message: Posted by: magic4u02 (May 27, 2004 09:38AM)
The Kabuki Streamers are just wonderful and really make for a great presentation.

Message: Posted by: -The Scot- (May 27, 2004 03:36PM)
Couldn't agree more, Kyle. The same is true with [b]all[/b] kabuki products.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (May 27, 2004 06:31PM)
David Cresey Products has throw streamers in at a reasonable price. Contact him at:


130 Union St.
Everett, MA 02149
Message: Posted by: ufo (May 27, 2004 06:31PM)
I got my last batch of kabuki streamers from Hank Lee Magic Factory. They are a very nice but I miss the big streamers in a little paper dish that they used to make, those suckers were huge!

Message: Posted by: Darkwing (May 27, 2004 10:14PM)
I've used both the Cresey and the Viking streamers and I must admit I like the Viking streamers better. I have had a lot of trouble with the Cresey streamers deploying fully. Mr. Cresey makes one of the best mouth coils around, but the throw streamers are much to be desired.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (May 27, 2004 11:25PM)
The last time I saw his products Cresey came out with a smaller coin group in much like the great kabuki style. It was no where near the size of the kabuki, but I think it may warrant a look at his products.

I use his original, where you put together a group of coils yourself and wrap in a tissue bundle. It works every time for me. The only time I experienced them not opening fully is when I jerked the streamer back before it was fully extended.

I found you must throw out, and stop abruptly with your arm extended. Then reel in the streamers. The original streamers are about a quarter inch wide each. His newer style is only about an 1/8" wide for each streamer. The last group I purchased from him were money streamers. Dollar bill printing on them, so I can do a bill to streamer effect.

I just never considered the Kabuki as when I looked into them they were $3.50 a throw. I am sure they are more expensive now.
Message: Posted by: markyeager (May 28, 2004 01:18AM)
My favorite ones are made by Seo Magic in Japan. Many differant sizes, they are all made with small metal weights on the end of each streamer. The best that I have ever seen. They always open perfectly! Not the cheapest, but the best in my opinion.
Message: Posted by: -The Scot- (May 28, 2004 02:14AM)
Does Seo Magic have an English website? It would be interesting to check these out.

Message: Posted by: Philipp K (May 28, 2004 03:37AM)
the Kabuki-Streamers from Viking also have little weights on their ends.

Message: Posted by: afoi (Oct 4, 2007 11:41AM)
I gotta agree, seo ones win over kabuki. but where to get more of those?
Message: Posted by: Dizzy (Oct 4, 2007 08:00PM)
There's quite a few thread about this topic. Try searching and you'll get lots of info. I read one post were a member told us how to make them,

Message: Posted by: afoi (Oct 21, 2007 03:48AM)
Its ok f it is just for fun.
but for long term usage get those store bought ones.
Message: Posted by: Vibono Magic (Oct 21, 2007 07:07AM)
Seo Magic can be found here
Message: Posted by: T.G Kenny (Oct 22, 2007 02:25AM)
I love the Kabuki Streamer . :)

Get it , you won't regret !