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gitty
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I just received the news that the selling of Nicolas Lepage new levitation system for small objects - SPINNER starts today.
No thread - no magnet - no wire - borrowed items!

http://www.besomagic.com/boutique-SPINNER-us.html

I will order it today!
My review will come as soon as the item arrived.
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THEGUY26 (Will Swanson)
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It seems kinda obvious what's going on...
cosmicsecret
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Haha as I had read the topic of this thread I had to laugh Smile
Spinner means in german language : weirdo
I think the card spinning effect looks good.
Please write a review once you got the Spinner.
How practical it is,setup time etc
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That card spin is almost as long as Eric Jones'(GodHandz) but Eric uses no gimmicks lol. It will look good to a spectator, I do not think it will be obvious to them.
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No offense to the creator, but this is very obvious.
Its a cool little trick, but I don't think it's worth selling.

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$35? How about a TT with a sewing instrument for $5.00 max.
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I think I may have gotten a almost similar gimmick in my first magic set 11 years ago that was a suction cup on the end of a thumb tip that was used to levitate cups and pop bottles LOL
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Yeah, but this one spins!
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I used to have this really old and kinda bulky(or should I say not very angle friendly) gimmick that I believe was called the Hurricane Card, where it spun at your finger tips using a common utility device and a part of childrens toy. It was sort of automated if that makes any sense.

This trick reminded me of that, but with more freedom to use different objects. Not sure if that is where the inspiration came from or not. Anyone else remember the Hurricane card? I forget who put it out, but I believe it was a known magician, I think I bought mine from Hank Lees about 10 or 15 years ago for about 15-20 bucks.

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THEGUY26 (Will Swanson)
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I've never heard of it.
gitty
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I received SPINNER last week ... what can I say about buying a gimmick for $35.00?
It's my own fault!
I am sorry to say that but I don't like it! It's not worth $35.00.
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It looks wierd, but kinda cool... :S haha
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Anyone interested to create this kind of effect, please paypal me $10.00 and I'll make you a set for each digit of your finger......

Geeezzzz this products is not wort selling.....

first of all, it hasn't gone trough such lenghth of Audience testing

and second, I rather use thread instead of this weird Gimmick
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But doesn't the music make you want to dance?!
Unleashing the moment of astonishment, one impromptu situation at a time.
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Yeah I'm more interested in what the name of the song is lmao. Anyone know?
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It looks ok, but not worth $35.
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