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Tricster6
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I wish Peter would make it in the mandolin as well. I switched to mandolin because of the thicker card stock and the mandolin backs are beautiful.
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I have STC and highly recommend it. It's very smooth in operation also feels like it would last a long time if stored safely.
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I also just bought this gimmick ... and just one word for this product ... BEAUTY..!!
Highly recommended...
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Don't know if this has been brought up before but has anyone used Science Friction on the special card? Any advantages or no? Just wondering.
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On Jul 24, 2014, Snidini wrote:
Don't know if this has been brought up before but has anyone used Science Friction on the special card? Any advantages or no? Just wondering.


Why? What would you be trying to accomplish? I don’t get it.

Jim
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On Jul 24, 2014, Snidini wrote:
Don't know if this has been brought up before but has anyone used Science Friction on the special card? Any advantages or no? Just wondering.


Why? What would you be trying to accomplish? I don’t get it.

Jim

It has been brought up, if you have a read through the thread you will see people's experiences (near the start of the thread).
I presume it's to do with making the slights easier innit.
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Yes, it does help. Due to the thick card, the clean up is ever so slightly awkward. SF makes it easier and more casual.
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I put SF on mine and super easy to work the gimmick. Smile
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I put SF on mine. Did make the DL a little easier but when it started to peel I did not replace it. It is a surprising heat free moment. This remains the only mechanical card I use. It is really a jaw dropper.
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Yes it does help, big time. Much smoother.
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I do use SF but not on STC; for whatever reason I find STC easy enough to do without it.

Jim
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I just got this Friday and my 6 y/o daughter who is learning magic, decided to pull the Sharpie all the way through and has nearly made this unusable. Is there anyway to fix this? The fl** wont sit flush..... Are there reloads available or do I have to buy the DVD set again?
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I don't think you can get the card on its own, I replaced mine with a new one last week, the original is still fine for backup though.
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Another one to add to my sharpie routine. Looks great
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For those looking for an alternative to using a DL or SF or just add another element to the effect I can't recommend enough, The Exchange Deck. If the deck isn't able to be found for sale, Thomas Medina teaches how to make it in his Penguin Live lecture.
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The gimmick is so nicely crafted and made, looking at my audiences expressions I can tell they have no clue and are truly wowed by the effect. It's funny to watch them think the sharpie is the gimmick as the card is fully examinable. Despite the sharpie being examinable they tend to think its the sharpie, it's s good distraction from the reality!!
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There is only 1 flaw, the gimmick needs to be taken care otherwise there is a possibility of it spoiling. however if generally good care is taken the gimmick is last you for very long without any spoiling or trouble
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It is a thing of beauty. I have it in both red/blue
I watch myself in the mirror doing it and I'm amazed how smooth it looks .
It's good as a one off or part of a routine . Being going through my magic drawers after a while from the scene and discovering old and new gems that needs to be used more
And this one of them
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On Mar 28, 2016, montanna40 wrote:
It is a thing of beauty. I have it in both red/blue
I watch myself in the mirror doing it and I'm amazed how smooth it looks .
It's good as a one off or part of a routine . Being going through my magic drawers after a while from the scene and discovering old and new gems that needs to be used more
And this one of them


Yes I totally agree, going through my shoe box filled with magic effects and gimmicks, this was certainly one of my better buys
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Curious if members are still using this, and if you bought it, how long (performances) does it last before needing to be replaced?
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