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I was able to place an order, but got an email later last night asking how I was able to make an order as it was suppose to be down. So something needs to be fixed on his site.

So, it looks like his site IS NOT taking orders, so I'd contact him directly if you are wanting to place an order and find out the details. Sorry if I got your hopes up magicmarkworldwide2.
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On Jan 9, 2017, gtx magic wrote:
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On Jan 10, 2017, videoman wrote:
Mine is a year old and looks brand new. Haven't done anything to it because I don't mind if it rusts some but so far it hasn't.
Great little effect though. Only drawback for me is the weight but I still love it.


Agree about the weight.But none the less a piece of superb craftsmanship from Jamie and still have mine I purchased from Jamie in 2012 and still going strong.

Graham




Had mine just as long too.
And still works perfect.
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Mine is years old, still looks good....for special occasions only. Smile
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Mine is several years old and looks it. It is starting to tarnish nicely, which I could polish off. But I actually like the 'grungy' look. The secret is to not behave as if the box is heavy. That requires some strength, because it is.
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I bought the matchbox version of this many years ago, and quite frankly it was very poorly constructed - definitely would not stand up to any inspection. Was tempted to purchase this, as I like the premise, but apparently it will not be available until 2018 - if it's available at all.
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For anyone that likes the smaller size of the matchbox version, you should check with Magic Inc and see if they are still selling their version of it.
It's really well made and works on a slightly different method than IR.

It's just as examinable but there are things you can do with the Matchbox size that you cannot do with IR.
I really like having the option of being able to do either one, whichever best suits a certain situation.

Just don't expect that because it's smaller, it's going to be cheaper, because IIRC it's more expensive than IR.
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Hello everyone. I just bought an ID secondhand but without the instructions. If anyone has a copy of the instructions, let me know as I would like to make some adjustments, but can’t remember what the directions say in regards to this. Obviously I can prove I own it haha.

Thanks in advance

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On Sep 27, 2017, elimagic wrote:
Hello everyone. I just bought an ID secondhand but without the instructions. If anyone has a copy of the instructions, let me know as I would like to make some adjustments, but can’t remember what the directions say in regards to this. Obviously I can prove I own it haha.

Thanks in advance

Eli


Specifically I need to make it tighter..... hope that makes sense. thanks all!
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Eli, your last one was stolen at a show and you bought another.

You don't have the nice box and instructions from your original?

You can't remember what you had to do to to your original?

It's a very simple step.

No memory stuff involved.

I haven't adjusted my IR in 3 years, but I still remember what to do.

PM me if you want to describe IR in detail, and then I'll tell you what to do.
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Eli, your last one was stolen at a show and you bought another.

You don't have the nice box and instructions from your original?

You can't remember what you had to do to to your original?

It's a very simple step.

No memory stuff involved.

I haven't adjusted my IR in 3 years, but I still remember what to do.

PM me if you want to describe IR in detail, and then I'll tell you what to do.


I remember what to do:... it’s more so what tool is suggested so I don’t go too far and the tips Jamie gives. I hope that makes sense. I moved about 6 months ago, and lots of things like that were thrown away. So no, the box with the coin on it and the little instructional pamflet is time unfortunately. I never had to make any adjustments on my original so I never paid much attention to it that part of the instructions.

ELi
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Wish I got back into magic much much sooner. I am so late to the show on this one. Anywhere to buy this now?
Thanks
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It is quite unlikely that they will be made again which makes it quite unlikely that anyone who has one would be willing to part with theirs, even if a premium was offered.
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It is quite unlikely that they will be made again which makes it quite unlikely that anyone who has one would be willing to part with theirs, even if a premium was offered.


Thanks jaizon. That is to bad to hear. This is so awesome!
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It is and was a staple of my table hopping for a long time. Best of luck. You never know.
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I used a matchbox size one as sample to have a bycycle deck sized produced in messing by a metal working friend of mine.
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My block has gotten quite rusty. I don't mind, except that now the seam is showing a bit. Both sides. Any recommendations on whether/how I should clean it up?
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I use steel wool and then rub the block with oil
and wipe off thoughly.
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On Mar 3, 2018, BifKahuna wrote:
Wish I got back into magic much much sooner. I am so late to the show on this one. Anywhere to buy this now?
Thanks


It's sold out on website but the price listed is 200$ - personally it's not worth it at all) 100$ or less is ok
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You crazy Nikita. Worth every penny. It kills every time.
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