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Topic: Watch and wear question
Message: Posted by: Roth (Nov 18, 2004 02:58AM)
Can this be done on the wrist? I know it uses a gravity
trigger method.

I had the time machine and it was so touchy I stopped using it.
Message: Posted by: Steve Haynes (Nov 18, 2004 11:44AM)
Yes it can
Message: Posted by: espmagic (Nov 18, 2004 03:11PM)
But way more effective when done in their hands...

Message: Posted by: magicinsight (Nov 18, 2004 03:19PM)
I agree with espmagic. W&W should only be performed while done in the hands. I have never done it while the spectators hold the watch though. Would you care to elaborate on your routine and method of controlling the spectator who is holding the watch? I would be interested in hearing about your routine in more detail,if possible.

Best regards,

Message: Posted by: BrainMagos (Nov 18, 2004 05:20PM)
Can anybody provide a link to the watch and wear effect? Thanks.
Message: Posted by: funstuff (Feb 3, 2005 05:41PM)
I just got a time machine and didn't even know other versions were available( or should I say originals ) Does anyone have a website link or something that shows more about the watch and wear or the perfect time?
Message: Posted by: sludge (Feb 4, 2005 12:21PM)
You can find plenty of threads with comments and comparisons here in the Café.

Message: Posted by: funstuff (Feb 4, 2005 04:21PM)
Thanks, I guess I could use the search function :) was looking for a website if possible that carries them too.
Message: Posted by: zur (Feb 5, 2005 02:03AM)
People were talking about a Casio watch which could do the time machine effect.
Message: Posted by: funstuff (Feb 5, 2005 01:15PM)
I did find them for sale at http://www.misdirections.com ( I beleive that was it ) for $200