mINt (DVD and Gimmick) by Steve Rowe and Big Blind Media - Trick
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|The ultimate anytime, anywhere card to clear box! |
Steve Rowe's 'MinT' is a killer new card revelation for magicians of any skill level. Make a signed card vanish and reappear inside a transparent mint box, that's been in full view throughout! Just as ideal for formal work as it is for showing your mates in a casual setting, 'MinT' is easy to handle, super clean looking and just about the ultimate card to impossible location!
Includes Steve's full professional routine, where a playing card openly isolated in the mint box later becomes a spectators signed selection, where the SPECTATOR removes the card from the mint box THEMSELVES!
The mint box is a professional, hand made prop that you can use with playing cards, bank notes, billets and anything else that takes your fancy.
Includes special mint box, materials to customise your gimmick with red or blue bicycle cards, and a replacement label.
"This is one of the best object to locations I have ever seen. If you want an impossible piece of magic with an everyday object that's as cleans as it is visual then look no further. Amazing!"
- Lee Smith
"Steve Rowe's Mint is as beautiful, organic and natural as a card to impossible location can get. I'll use this for cards, predictions and as a wicked out. It's so clever, I wish I'd thought of this!"
- Brian Watson
"Steve Rowe has created the most organic looking clear object to box yet, looks so innocent, yet the secret is fiendish, and it doesn't look like a magic prop."
- Chris Congreave
"By far the most practical, logical and justifiable clear box I've seen. If this isn't in your pocket, you are missing out"
- Mark Waddington
"Straight forward solid concept. Visual change! Perfect for walk around. What more do you want. Ticks all the boxes for me!"
- Ravi Mayar
"Steve Rowe has created a natural impossible location that is easy to do and is ..... Mint"
- Kieron Johnson
"Mint is a breath of fresh air. So simple so clever. And sweeet! Love it."
- Stephen Leathwaite