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btedeski
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>> I have never liked any of the "cheap" floating devices. magic carpet, super X, even the chair suspension. owned them all but got rid >> of them due to the fact that they are not really practical or fooling any one.

I don't know you experiance Sam, but I have a flying carpet, a chair suspension and the walk around super x,
and have used them all with good response,

My daughter in law was working a kids summer program a few years ago, did the chair suspension,
she told me it was the highlight of the show, and the kids talked about it for days after.
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tricky dick
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I recently acquired an Abbotts Super X suspension. Great illusion for stage, however virtually useless at birthday parties unless it's a large space and you have time to set up prior to the audience arriving.
perform for birthday parties,stage shows and walk around. looking to get into larger illusions.
Gerry Walkowski
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Andre Kole has made a career out of finding new ways to use the Super-X. Without copying his work, others should considering doing the same thing.

Years ago at Abbotts, I was blown out of the water when I first saw the Zaney Blaney Ladder Illusion.

A good friend of mine said that your average audience couldn't tell a real difference between a Super-X and Zaney Blaney's illusion.

I think my friend has a point, although I'd still love to have a Zaney Blaney Ladder Illusion.

Gerry
Nem
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Used one years ago on stage using two assistants. A lot of ways to block the secret. While they are great for publicity shots you may find your customers expect you to float someone in your show. Can be an up-sale, depending on your market . Just food for thought.
jimgerrish
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Spellbinder's "X-orcism" shows ways to deal with 9 demons of the Super-X, so if you stopped using yours because of any of these 9 demons, you might want to take it back out and X-orcize it: https://www.magicnook.com/MiniMysteries/......er-X.htm
jimhlou
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I have a Super-X, I've had it for over 40 years. I use it every day! It has my tools on it out in the garage.
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