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MagicMan1957
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This is coming soon from David Regal.

Did anyone see him perform this recently at the Magic Castle?

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Not only saw him do it at the Castle, but at Dean Dill's Shoppe... He's got them on sale tomorrow at the Magic Castle's DEALER DAY. It'll fool you and it is so easy to do.
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Do you know the price on it Pete?
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Not available from David Regal's site yet but believe it or not, one just sold on the Café Sale forum. Go figure.

Jim
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Hi Everyone,

I was fortunate enough to see David performing this at the recent Magic Castle Dealers' Day. It is VERY GOOD!!! Typical of all of David's offerings, it is well thought out and extremeley practical. All of the Street Workers will want this. David also shows how to use this if you are a coat-and-tie performer. Quality is great.

Enjoy the search.

Respectfully,

Paul Green
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Sounds like a killer climax to a good ring and string routine. Would love to see a video of this.

Posted: Jun 16, 2011 9:05am
So, no demo of this anywhere?
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It's not available yet. Not on the market at all; I believe that David has mentioned it in his recent lectures, and I am sure that he has some early versions/prototypes. But there is no actual product to ship yet, and no DVD. Should be out fairly soon though, from what I have heard.

Jim
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Allow me to chime in...

The Ring Chain will be offered to my mailing list next week with a special deal. I'll have them on my website after that, and I will use a distributor, too, if it makes sense.

The Ring Chain is a piece of jewelry, and not a toy. The chains are made for this effect by a jewelry manufacturer. I could have offered a prop made from base metals at a lower price, but I opted to have these made from 100% stainless steel. I did this for the same reason we buy elegant-looking card-to-wallets. It looks high-end because it is high-end.

On the subject of card-to-wallet, think of this prop in the exact same way...but the card is a borrowed ring, and the wallet is the silver chain. Just as a "magic" wallet is designed to easily introduce a card into the wallet, this is a real chain (when the ring is on, they can pull on it) designed to allow a performer to introduce a ring onto it swiftly and smoothly.

The end display is a beautiful image, a silver neck chain stretched between the hands, the borrowed ring danging from it.

The reset takes two seconds and can be done in front of the audience.

My mailing list will receive a private link to the demo. When the sales go public, I'll release the demo publicly.

The retail price of the Ring Chain will be $69.
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On 2011-06-17 18:40, David Regal wrote:
Allow me to chime in...

The Ring Chain will be offered to my mailing list next week with a special deal. I'll have them on my website after that, and I will use a distributor, too, if it makes sense.

The Ring Chain is a piece of jewelry, and not a toy. The chains are made for this effect by a jewelry manufacturer. I could have offered a prop made from base metals at a lower price, but I opted to have these made from 100% stainless steel. I did this for the same reason we buy elegant-looking card-to-wallets. It looks high-end because it is high-end.

On the subject of card-to-wallet, think of this prop in the exact same way...but the card is a borrowed ring, and the wallet is the silver chain. Just as a "magic" wallet is designed to easily introduce a card into the wallet, this is a real chain (when the ring is on, they can pull on it) designed to allow a performer to introduce a ring onto it swiftly and smoothly.

The end display is a beautiful image, a silver neck chain stretched between the hands, the borrowed ring danging from it.

The reset takes two seconds and can be done in front of the audience.

My mailing list will receive a private link to the demo. When the sales go public, I'll release the demo publicly.

The retail price of the Ring Chain will be $69.
I've seen Dave do this at our club lecture...very brilliant & well worth the money! No, I didn't buy one because I ran out of cash buying some of his other stuff. This is very diabolical!

Sir Richard.
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$69!!! -- A BARGAIN... I THOUGHT IT WAS GONNA BE $99.
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Thanks for the clarification David. Looking forward to this eagerly!

Thanks again!

Jim
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Thanks for the info David!. Can't wait!
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Quote:
On 2011-06-17 18:40, David Regal wrote:
Allow me to chime in...

The Ring Chain will be offered to my mailing list next week with a special deal. I'll have them on my website after that, and I will use a distributor, too, if it makes sense.

The Ring Chain is a piece of jewelry, and not a toy. The chains are made for this effect by a jewelry manufacturer. I could have offered a prop made from base metals at a lower price, but I opted to have these made from 100% stainless steel. I did this for the same reason we buy elegant-looking card-to-wallets. It looks high-end because it is high-end.

On the subject of card-to-wallet, think of this prop in the exact same way...but the card is a borrowed ring, and the wallet is the silver chain. Just as a "magic" wallet is designed to easily introduce a card into the wallet, this is a real chain (when the ring is on, they can pull on it) designed to allow a performer to introduce a ring onto it swiftly and smoothly.

The end display is a beautiful image, a silver neck chain stretched between the hands, the borrowed ring danging from it.

The reset takes two seconds and can be done in front of the audience.

My mailing list will receive a private link to the demo. When the sales go public, I'll release the demo publicly.

The retail price of the Ring Chain will be $69.


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Go to his site and sign up. You wont get flooded with junk mail, just new innovations
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David, where is your mailing list opt in form? Vanished from your site

Thanks!
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Christopher,

Go to "Contact," where there are instructions. (Essentially, send an e-mail with "subscribe" in the title.)
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No sign of the email yet, but anxious to see this.
David Regal
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The email went out to my mailing list today. If for some reason you did not receive it, and you thought you were supposed to be on the list, contact me at regal@regalmagic.com and I'll have my son add you.
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Could this be done with a borrowed key?
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I heard from a friend that anecdotal evidence is actually quite reliable.
David Regal
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The heavy gauge steel chain is too thick to fit through the little hole of a key.
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