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markiquark
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Until 5 minutes ago I was sure I would order the stealth wallet, but then found a review by Jheff, who is supposedly a trusted source, saying that one of the dis-advantages is that the wallet has to be re-opened again. He recommends on his website the insight wallet by Becker. I know there are quite a few questions coming up, if everyone just ansered the one he has an answer for, that would be great.

My first question, where can I get it? (I already know where to get the stealth wallet)
My second question: what are your opinions?
My third question, can the insight wallet be used as an everyday wallet?
The stealth wallet, is it also HUGE like one of the BKM wallets?
How big is the insight wallet?


I am trying to figure out if SUC, whatever that means,is something considered groovy and funky. Is it easy? What's the benefit? Which ones of the two named wallets are SUC? And so on. I know this is an issue where in a minute we will have 6 different opinions. Gimmy some advice anyway. Thanks!
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Insight has to be opened also. Look up Evil Dan wallets.

Or... The Outlaw wallet will be available in January. ( don't have to open it )
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I heard that there is a supposedly AWESOME routine included in the stealth wallet called hollywood bust. Where could I buy that inependently if I decide not to go for the stealth?
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What is this Outlaw Wallet you speak of?
Every problem contains the seeds of its own solution. Unfortunately every problem also contains the seeds of an infinite number of non-solutions, so that first part really isn't super helpful.
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Do you mean the Stealth Assassin ? If so, http://www.stealthassassin.com might answer a couple of questions.

You do have to go back to the wallet for the stealth peek but there are several good justifications for that in the recommended routines. The wallet has the SUC peek as well as you know which is a cool peek, very easy to use and the mod's to the wallet for this enable several other very good routines as well.

Hollywood or Bust is included with the Stealth assassin, don't know if the originator Colin Miller is selling this elsewhere as apparently it's not available from the Underground Collective website any more.
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Mark I am not too sure who has told you about these wallets, but there are a few things wrong with what your saying.

First of all, both wallets have to be re-opened to get the peek.
The stealth is an every day wallet and is not big, infact it looks much more natural than the insight wallet.

The stealth assasin has the SUC principle.

If you get the original SUC then that is not a wallet, it is a business card case.

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Oh boy. Steve you are right. I actually mis-quoted the other person, it really said that you have to re-open both of them but that the justification for the insight wallet is better. Steve, thanks for your input.

How is it possible that one can not say "wallet" in this Café and 2 seconds later someone will recommend the stealth assassin? Cardiac, if you just wanted to give me advice, I apologize. But it's quite intense.

thanks guys, mark
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On 2005-12-03 19:45, markiquark wrote:

How is it possible that one can not say "wallet" in this Café and 2 seconds later someone will recommend the stealth assassin? Cardiac, if you just wanted to give me advice, I apologize. But it's quite intense.


COuld it be that people actually like it and sincerely recommend it? You are being quite impolite with that comment. You are asking questions and fellow members are answering them the best they can. That should be enough.
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Because the Stealth Assassin is in mine and others very humble opinions the best mentalism wallet on the market. By all means buy something else, I hear a thought transmitter is very innocent looking and blend into something you'd see every day..

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I've seen it in action. The soon-to-come "Outlaw" wallet does not emply an SUC gaff, a Stealth gaff. a Caper Case gaff, an Insight gaff, or a gaff like any other existing wallet. The card goes in, you put the wallet away, the work is done. Period. Nothing need be opened.

Stay tuned.
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Sounds very interesting Gabelson..

No electronics I hope??

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On 2005-12-03 20:24, Andrew Richmond wrote:
Sounds very interesting Gabelson..

No electronics I hope??

A.R.

I have seen this wallet. No electronics (lol). And it is not the caper case peek.
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Maybe it's a transparent wallet?? Like those name tag pockets..

Very deceptive..

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P.s. Has anyone watched the Stealth Assassin DVDs yet? I haven't laughed like that for ages.. Good routines and a bloody good laugh as well. Mark and Peter had me in stiches..

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Mark and Peter had me in stiches..
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I felt that watching marc Spelmann dvds.

I do have Stealth and I love it. The "re-open" thing is just something spectators will forget because is innocent, nothing to call attention. You can use it as your wallet.

I have also Thought transmitter but it doesn't look as innocent as Stealth. Is good for some effects because they can keep it rubberbanded. You don't have to re-open, you just wrap with rubberbands and give to the spectator to put inside a purse for example.
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Hmmm... so does anyone have John Sheet's Brain Scan wallet yet? It sounds great too... too many choices... no reviews... argh
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Cheers Dr Spektor, you just reminded me aboutthe brain scan wallet, it does sound good doesn't it..

Oh well looks like my niece will not get a christmas present this year as I possibly have another wallet to buy..

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On 2005-12-03 20:34, Andrew Richmond wrote:
P.s. Has anyone watched the Stealth Assassin DVDs yet?


Heh, Ant and Dec in their later years lol
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Absolutely Cardiac.. although Spellman might take offense to that as he's only twelve..

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I'm surprised that anyone would say there are no reviews for the Brain Scan Wallet on the Café... there are several... but I'll chip in another.
First of all... read this with caution, as I wrote the directions for it!
Given that, I receive NO money for sales of the wallet, John T. Sheets is just a long time magic friend.
I worked an adult birthday party last night for two hours of walkaroundl. Must have bent about 50 coins with the Quantum Bender (also by JTSheets). Also used the Brainscan ten or twelve times over the evening. The party was a cocktail style event... lots of small groupings of adults, thus working nearly surrounded much of the time. I still used the Brain Scan wallet, as the peek is safe to do with a feeling for timing and angles... but not at all scarey to do. You do have to open the wallet, but for a perfectly good reason that draws no heat... and you open it fully in front of them, no massive clear window or guilty card sticking out for them to spot.
Good stuff.
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