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Does anyone know if this is similar to Silent Assistant by Sansminds and Control by Darryl Vanamburg? Thanks.

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I mean it's obvious to magicians what's going on. My main concern is who wears a watch like that. I was developing the same idea but without a smart watch, I was using a normal watch and it was on the right way round.

But if you like the look of it then I don't see how you could go with it
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Based on the video, it is not like Silent Assistant or Control. I thought it was unfortunately pretty obvious what it is. The question is whether the thing that is 'hidden in plain sight' works for real or not.
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Oh dear surely no one will buy that !!!
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The good news is, all laymen are familiar with the old “wave your wrist over the object” move! XP

I’d also love to hear the sound of that nickel “changing” haha

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It screams how the method is done. Not for me. But now if smoke also came out . Lol
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Who wears what looks like an Apple Watch upside down on the underside of their wrist?
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I totally missed that when I watched it for the first time. Thanks for saving my $$.
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It’s so obvious when they exaggerate waving their wrists over
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Gee... I wonder what the device is... lol
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On Jun 25, 2018, MagicBrent wrote:
Who wears what looks like an Apple Watch upside down on the underside of their wrist?


That was my first thought....
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Being slimline smart watch design, with long sleeves on I would cover it. The next question then would be, "how strong is the gimmick" I would not use it for PK effects, like already stated it looks obvious. However, this could be the answer to the additional strength I feel is required for "The Burden Box" a beautiful little motivational routine. Mind you, I'll probably make up my own from an old r####n gimmick
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On Jun 25, 2018, takeachance wrote:
Being slimline smart watch design, with long sleeves on I would cover it. The next question then would be, "how strong is the gimmick" I would not use it for PK effects, like already stated it looks obvious. However, this could be the answer to the additional strength I feel is required for "The Burden Box" a beautiful little motivational routine. Mind you, I'll probably make up my own from an old r####n gimmick


If you’re going to cover it with long sleeves just stick a m——t under a wrist band
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Yes, that's what I'll be doing, however, this would be an extravagant alternative if you worked in short sleeves.
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I recently purchased a new watch band for my Apple watch. Surprise Surprise- I discovered the buckle device it uses is probably the same thing used here. It is pretty strong as well. I have not used it in any magic effect yet but I sure could.

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I agree that this appears very obvious. The strength question is the remaining question I have. W****h H*n* is something I would use this for if it were strong enough.
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Suggested patter includes an “oh-by-the-way” observation that it’s totally normal to wear your watch reversed.
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