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ofrmagic
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Does anybody knows about how good and diference on the ESR Deluxe vs. spider pen
ofrmagic
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Does anybody knows about how good and diference on the ESR Deluxe vs. spider pen
big k
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I beleave theres a type of invisable thread called: "The perfect thread". Supposely its thinner and harder to see then regular maigician's invisable thread.

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I already got like fishing thread but it's to thick and it's not elastic
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Check out the custom thread by peki its very invisible and I couldn't see it from 5in away in regular light.
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Is it better than the pet2.0 ? or better than kevlex?

@ tony: yes you can. check out "who's afraid of invisible thread" by jon leclair. it is the best source for learning the handling of it in the world! at the beginning he explains everything in detail!

@ldm: I just can repat myself: get pet2.0 and the million dollar knot Smile

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I say why make your own loops when you can get 5 them for $3 or $4 on ebay.
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On 2005-12-14 21:09, magic123454321 wrote:
I already got like fishing thread but it's to thick and it's not elastic


Fishing thread is only good for fishing. There are several great types of thread, I use different types of thread for different routines, it´s all about the place I perform and the object that´s going to be floating.
If you are serious about thread work buy some of the great material that´s in print or on DVD.
BTW be sure to check Ron Jaxon´s site and some of his earlier threads here at the cafè, he´s got some great thoughts about the subject.

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Just go to the thread section of wal-mart
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The best thread I've found is Ultra Elastic by ben Harris. It's the thread that comes with Cosmosis(original floating match), and it's stretchy, durable, and impossible to detect.
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I recomend you Arbey Plus by Masyebra, they’re made in a very good material and they’re very cheap comparing with quality. They’re giving free shipping worldwide in a limited time, and with the code: GONZALOMATEOS10 you will get a 10% discount. Here is the link: https://www.arbeyproductions.com/collect......k-10-uds
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