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TheAmbitiousCard
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Has anyone had experience with this one:

http://www.murphysmagic.com/s.nl/it.A/id......egory=32
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I think the best canes are made by Mahka Tendo. They are very pricy but worth it. The paintjobs are done with the same stuff they use on cars and they have very unique mix color canes.
Dabek
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I have to agree.Mahka Tendo's Canes are far superior to any other cane I have ever handled.

The colors are great, there is no oil needed, because of the paint jobs, they won't rust even if they are left somewhere damp and they are lightning fast.

They are very noisy though, and it's always worth considering this when choosing your production. Audiences really notice the noise that comes with an app cane and it really spoils the illusion sometimes. That noise tells them that something mechanical and not skillful is going on.

All the best,
Paul Dabek
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Any sources for the Mahka Tendo Canes?
Apreciated
Ken
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You can buy directly from Mahka's website.

I just ordered from him last week...his COLOUR cane is a beauty...something different from the usual bronze colour.....on the phone he mentioned the cane is the SAME factory that produced the Famous Harakhan Japanese cane.

However, the only con in my personal view is that the colour coated on the cane(same as car paint) will chip if use many times...so in order to prevent that from happening, one need to apply Car Ultra wax to the cane regularly....this is to protect against the from UV Protection against colour fading & oxidation as well as adding gloss & durability to the cane.

Hope this helps Smile
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John Bowlin
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Any idea how to find Mahka's site?
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luchen
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Yes, it`s Mahka Tendo's Cane.
Very good to use.
Dougini
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Does anyone have an opinion of Fantasio's?

I used to have the German metal one, but it required a safety course before operating, LOL!

Clocked myself good, once while practicing, and it COULD have been a serious injury! I also launched it into the audience at a small house party one time...("INCOMING!!!") luckily that one didn't hurt anybody! Whew! Flew like a missle, though.

Be sure to have current insurance, if you have the Appearing Cane in your show!

I wonder if Fantasio's is any good. Hey it looks the same from the audience point of view!

Doug
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Man, I just KILLED this topic, didn't I?

:rolleyes:
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