In a Flash

DVD by SansMinds and Felix Bodden
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In a Flash

34.99 usd

DVD by SansMinds and Felix Bodden (From $14.00 - normally $34.99)

Some options in stock.
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A transposition is one of the most powerful and notable effects in all of magic. Its uniqueness is so prominent that noted author, Dariel Fitzkee, referred to it as one of the fundamental effects. From being featured in acts around the world, and even in Hollywood films, a transposition is a worthwhile addition to any repertoire. But usually, the methods for these effects are cumbersome and often call for elaborate special props.

With In a Flash, your troubles are over. Imagine a simple, powerful, visual transposition of 2 cards that occurs right in front of your spectator's eyes. Especially powerful, because part of the transposition happens in a card box that they are holding in their own hands! It's easy to do, easy to reset, and ready to go whenever you're ready to blow some minds.

You will receive the following:

  • 1 In A Flash instructional DVD
  • 1 completed gimmick (red or blue)
The gimmick cover must match the color of your deck.

TV rights not included. Please contact us for TV inquiries.


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  • Jacob asks: So on the DVD, they show you how to make the gimmick. What kind of elastic thread do they use? They don't say. The stuff I got seems too thick and isn't as elastic as what they use.

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Customer reviews for In a Flash



The trick really is a visual showstopper. The idea of the gimmick is sound and the effect is just unbelievable. That said, my gimmick broke the first time I used it (after watching the video and working to loosen it) and I had to basically remake it. I'm not sure if it was a one-off accident in the construction or if it's just very fragile, but the handling in the video makes me think you should be able to be a little less delicate. Fortunately there are instructions included for remaking it, but disappointing that I had to do so because the effect is phenomenal.

In a Flash by SansMinds and Felix Bodden