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CENDRE
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I give you the description:

Invisible TT by Vernet

Now you can fool laymen and magicians using your TT-even those who know about those ‘plastic thing.’
With the Vernet I.T.T. you can perform many of your favorite effects using a TT and finish absolutely clean! Imagine tearing a strip of paper into small pieces, dropping them inside your closed fist and when you open your hand the strip is restored! Your hands are absolutely clean-no T!

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Can you give me more informations please ?
Is it "like" a TT, or is it something different wich can simply do the same effects a TT can do ?
Is it as "invisible" as they claim ?


Thanks a lot for your answers !
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Well, it's obviously not transparent(!). Sounds like a 'pull' to me...


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That's first what I thought...

But why calling a pull an "Invisible TT" ?!!!
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Peter Marucci
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Yes, probably a TT on a pull; "invisible" because you get rid of it after the dirty work is done.
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Maybe it's a mix? Sort of a blend of the 2, frankly, now my curiosity has been stricken! Smile

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Greetings...

I recently examined this item at my local magic store and found that it was precisely what some of the others here stated. Actually, I didn't find it practical at all and still wonder how it could be effectively utilized. If you are doing classic TT magic like me, stick with it. This sucks.
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I guess this invisible tt thing is more for magicians than laymen... cause laymen cant see nothing when u show them your hands with a tt on. yeah, but I think it's a pull too. Smile
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I played with one of these at my friends magic shop. It is as Logan suggested a mix of both. You can do some stuff with it that you couldn't with a pull eg. show your hands empty, but you cant do all TT effects eg. bill switch doesn't work well or cig in jumper. Nice idea, not for me I will stick to a plain TT and ditching it when I am ready.
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