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Does anyone use Trevor Lewis's Flashlight Fun in their show? It's similar to the Blooming Bouquet, except using flashlights which light up in various ways.
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Sure, I use it. What a clever idea for a such a simple prop. Kids go wild over this gag. It plays very well for me.

I use the flashlight in my popcorn routine.
I convince the kids that the flashlight is what pops the popcorn. I know it's silly but It works.

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I don't know of this effect, could you explain it a little more fully, pretty please? Thanks. Either that or point me to a review or selling site for the item.
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Google to the rescue, once again!

Type "Trevor Lewis Flashlight Fun" in, and one of the sites is:

There's a picture of the prop and a detailed description of the effect.

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It sounds like a great idea for a trick. I wish I had thought of it!
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I realize this forum is a few years old, but for the benefit of anyone who wanders in here I'll paste a reply I put in another topic regarding the Blooming Bouquet:

A cheap alternative to the blooming bouquet is one of those flashlights with a rubberized head (just like the ungimmicked one in the Trever Lewis "Flashlight Fun" routine). Turn the light on and unscrew the head until it just goes off (before the show). Offer to put the star of the show in the "spotlight" (which in my case is the birthday child) but the batteries are dead. Then with a flick of the thumb on the side of the head you can turn the light on as you put it under your arm.

When the kids say it's on you accuse them of teasing you and pull it out, flicking the head the other way with your thumb to turn it off. This way you can show them the batteries are dead by turning the switch on and off in front of them!

I too changed to the Trevor Lewis "Flashlight Fun" to get away from the "Blooming (feather) Bouquet and I love it, but I added this touch for the kids that yell "You're turning it on!"
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I use this prop and it is wonderfull, I switched from the bouquet to this and will probably not go back, its easier to transport, easier to handle and you don't have feathers flying everywere!
I ask the audience how many people are paying close attention because we have to check to make sure your really paying attention and we are going to do that with this flashlight, you have to pay attention because when you see the light turn on............only when you see the light turn on I want you to say hey Greg!
then do the routine!
the only draw back I have found with this is you can't do it outside or in a really bright place! obviously!
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This is a rather expensive prop for what you get. Most of the fun of the routine comes from the regular flashlight, anyway. Besides that, you can even make at least half of the gimmicked flashlight yourself. How? Check out Dollar Store Lecture Notes by Don Wiberg,

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