Acro Index

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Acro Index

39.95 usd

Trick by Blake Vogt (39.95)

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The Acro Index looks like a regular index card, but it allows you to do a fantastically visual change.

Check out the trailer to see just one of the countless ideas that are possible with this gimmick. You display an index card with a large question mark on one side. On the other side, you explain, is a prediction. You have a card chosen and then you ask, “would you be impressed if I had your card written on the back of this card”. You turn the card around to pull off the old gag. Indeed, the words “Your Card” are written in thick black marker on the card.

Here is where it gets cool. Holding the card at your extreme fingertips, you give the card a tiny shake and the text morphs into the name of the chosen card! It looks fantastic.

Many of you will probably be familiar with similar gimmicks but you should bear in mind some of these advantages that the Acro Index introduced:

You customise the gimmick however you like. There are endless possibilities!

  • The change is really visual thanks to the large surface area.
  • Completely self-working.
  • The design of the index card acts as the perfect disguise for the gimmick.

In your package, you receive the special Acro Index card, plus a very comprehensive video tutorial in which Blake takes you through the basic handling and some great ideas for routines.


Customer reviews for Acro Index



This is an unbelievable effect! It actually looks like shaking the index card can change he message! Incredible to see and people will be left shaking their heads when they see the message change. Just a little shake and the message will change, It really does and its so easy!


Community questions about Acro Index

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  • Leigh asks: How is the Acro Index different from the Six Outs?

    • 1. Craig answers: Six Outs is a prediction written on a folded piece of paper. Acro Card is a gag prediction on an index card, which visually morphs into a real prediction.
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  • Charles asks: Can the spectator's card be a free choice?

    • 1. Jonathan answers: No - you set up the reveal words in advance
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  • Guy asks: Does it come blank? Can I write the prediction myself?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, it comes blank—you can write any prediction at all!
  • Michael asks: Can this be done close-up (spectators just few feet away) as in a table hopping situation? Thanks, Mike

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup!
  • Claude asks: How many times can one customize the gimmick? Once written on, is that the final answer? Could an erasable marker be used or will it smear?

    • 1. xuxo answers: only once
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  • Farley asks: Are refills available?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Refills are not yet available.
  • Patrick T asks: If you set the gimmick to be say 2-hearts, and want to change it, can you?

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: You will receive a blank gimmick so you can write your words on it
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  • dovid asks: How many gimmicks are included with this and if it is only one is it erasable or reusable with a different prediction. thank you

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: Just one gimmick, I think you may use a pencil :D
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  • Thomas asks: What are the dimensions of the card? many thanks!

    • 1. James answers: I believe they are 3 x 5.
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  • Riku asks: Is it possible to get an ungimmicked card? Unfortunately, these index cards look too dissimilar from actual ones, and it would be great to switch it out at the end.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not at this time—sorry!
  • Ryan asks: How durable is the gimmick in terms of how many times it can be triggered before needing to replace

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: As long as you store the gimmick flat when not in use, it should last you many years.
  • Michael asks: Is the Index card examinable, or can the front at least by lightly touched by the audience after the change?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: This is not examinable but can be looked at very closely.
  • Adrian asks: Can this be done completely one-handed without passing the card from hand to hand?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup!
  • Damian asks: Can this be used without the visual aspect, essentially the spectator reads a word, and when asked to read it again, it is a different word or even unreadable?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Technically, yes, you could do that. But only once. You couldn't show the original word again. Maybe 100 Monkeys would be more suitable because that is designed to do what you are asking about?
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