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Daveandrews
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Bill, did you give the Goodway dropper a try? What problems did you have? What makes the one Bob Sandrers sent you better?

Not picking holes here, I'm honestly interested

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Dave.
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Magic Ian from AL has suggested in other posts to use a large elastic "scrunchy".

The loop can be cut to form a 1"x9" flattened tube. The idea was also printed in a recent Linking Ring.

Sorry, but I don't have his links at hand. Bob Sanders knows him well.

Lynn Fox
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On 2009-11-17 10:24, Foxbiz wrote:
Magic Ian from AL has suggested in other posts to use a large elastic "scrunchy".

The loop can be cut to form a 1"x9" flattened tube. The idea was also printed in a recent Linking Ring.

Sorry, but I don't have his links at hand. Bob Sanders knows him well.

Lynn Fox


Hello Lynn,

Long time --- No see! Glad to see you here on the Café.

Magic Ian (Magicians here on the Café) and I are good friends. Ian lives in Florida but has stayed with us at the ranch and is always welcome just as you have been invited. I have also stayed at Ian's. (Bring your camera. He has a zoo!)

Ian is a brilliant magician and magic inventor. I have used his "tube" too. My dropper is very different. It is fully adjustable, can be used for many, many different loads (including fruit and decks of poker cards) and loading (even with your coat still on is much easier. It does not have to be unpinned to be loaded and reloaded. It is also soft and will not mark or damage the load. (It slides better too.)

I look forward to when both of you visit us at the same time. We have a lot of scheming to do. LOL

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On 2009-11-16 19:16, Regan wrote:
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On 2009-11-16 15:37, Bill Palmer wrote:
I got one from Bob Sanders. It's fantastic. It does not have a plastic strip in it, nor does it need one. It will work with any size ball that you might be using in a manip act. It is completely adjustable, as well, and you can load it up without removing it from your costume/clothing.

It is MUCH better than the Goodway dropper, for my purposes.


It sounds like the perfect dropper.


Have you seen what Bill had to say since trying another dropper? (And it works with balls too!)

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/searc......=6416148

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