Decoy

Trick by Eoin O'Hare
$34.95 Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
 

Decoy

34.95 usd

Trick by Eoin O'Hare ($34.95)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
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Once in a while, a miracle hits the market. One that is visual, simple, yet practical. We believe DECOY is one of those effects. theory11 proudly presents Eoin O’Hare’s DECOY, the most visual and deceptive diminishing deck ever conceived.

In-depth training, handling, and routines by Zach Mueller.

Decoy features 40 minutes of instruction with one of the most creative minds in magic, Zach Mueller, covering every single aspect of the effect. No stone left unturned. No detail left untouched. Perform from 0 to 60 in just minutes. In addition, two powerful routines are taught right out of Zach Mueller’s own repertoire with bonus tips, tricks, and ideas.

Handcrafted gimmick. Ingenious design. Unlimited applications.

Decoy is always ready - wherever you go. It's extremely versatile with numerous applications from a Rising Card to even performing Decoy on the spectator's hands! Infinitely customizable in every way to suit your style and performance needs. The handcrafted Decoy gimmick works with any kind of deck.

 

Community questions about Decoy

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  • 1.

    Dave asks: Is this gaffed in bicycle design cards?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You get to customise it in any way you choose. So you can have any back design and any face design!
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  • 2.

    Carlos asks: Could u use the deck for a trick and then perform this?

    • 1. Stephane answers: No. There's only 1 card for the lookalike’s deck.
    • 2. Garry answers: You cusmstomize DECOY to your preferred deck, Thickness is about three playing cards, Then place DECOY in the same deck, do card tricks, and do the DECOY trick when you want to, then carry on doing other tricks with the same deck.
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  • 3.

    Glenn asks: Is the gimmick something that will last through repeated performances? Thank you--Glenn

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you take care of it, it should last through hundreds of performances.
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  • 4.

    guy asks: How is the gimmick different from "Level One"?

    • 1. Mark answers: I don't have Decoy, but I do have Level One and assuming you know how it works there's virtually no similarity between the two, as is clearly visible in the trailer for Decoy.
    • 2. Rick answers: It's no where close to being the same as far as method. I own Decoy and my friend owns Level One. This is WAY easier to use and is very cool.
    • 3. Jeffrey answers: If I had to choose between "Level One" or "Decoy", I would go with Level One. Aside from Decoy being very delicate, it's trickier to spirit away after the effect is done. I personally have both, and I would not recommend Decoy. Unfortunately, I can't go into much more detail without revealing how it's made and works. But, I can say that Level One is the better buy, overall. Others may disagree, but that is my honest opinion. So, take it for what it is, a personal opinion.
    • 4. Kim answers: each give you different visuals, Level One looks more like a deck, it is a two part disappearance, Decoy allows for a slow vanishing, does depend on what you want! id say Level One is more reliable but needs more physical skill, Decoy may be better with different lighting. there are some others, Mirage for instance, so it does depend on which one you like best, know that they all take skill to use well
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  • 5.

    Rick asks: This has been out since 2013 but does anyone know the back history of when it was originally created?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Eion O’ Hare is the original creator. I’m not aware of anything that proceeds this gimmick in method.
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  • 6.

    Robert asks: can the remaining cards in hand be handed out, and is there any ditching of the gimmick(s)

    • 1. Rick answers: Not "all" remaining cards can be handed.
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  • 7.

    Gary asks: DVD or online instruction?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's online instruction
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  • 8.

    Ali asks: what are the angles like

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They are great!
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  • 9.

    Russell asks: What skill level is required for this trick?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's technically very simple to do. The gimmick does the work for you.
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