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sly2272
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Who makes the best set and where to buy?
graywolf
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I use Lloyds..They are quite old.Check Daytona Magic..Cordially,Howard
Harry Murphy
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There are any number of sets available. Hank Lee sells a standard set (you'll have to ask if it is the full set, i.e., set for left and right hands). It is inexpensive and workable. It is the typical Morgan (hinged) configuration.
http://www.hanklee.org/xcart/search.php?mode=search


Daytona Magic does in fact sell an inexpensive set that would serve as a starter set or be good enough for someone that does three or four shows a month.
http://daytonamagic.net/customer/index.c......tId=3037

Of course one of the best sets being made today is Tim Star's (expensive but well worth it). It is designed and built for the serious working magician who is performing a number of shows a week (or several shows a night).
http://www.creationsbystar.com/page18starcandles.html

If your really want the best set available right now then Denny Haney is selling his own personal set of Lloyds (Owens Magic). They work on an entirely different principle than the "standard" hinged Morgan sets that most people make and sell (and I use). They are quite expensive but well worth it to someone working more than one show a week.

http://www.dennymagic.com/cgi-bin/hazel.......m=005709

I could go on but that gives you a sample of what is available in a across price ranges and quality.

Remember while this prop is mechanical it is not self-working.
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Juniper587
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Hey,

I use the the owens set they are absoluteley great the best set available. they may seem expensive but if you are serious about candle manipulation, definately buy these from denny they are well worth it.

Sam

P.S If you search for multiplying candles / loyd candles or lloyd candles there are a few other threads which are really great to look at as well
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