Bill Breaker

$39.95 In stock.
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Bill Breaker

39.95 usd

Trick by SMagic Productions ($39.95)

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Performing magic with money is always impressive to spectators - it keeps them interested!

Now from Smagic, we have changed the rules -- place a stack of white paper on a card box, and instantly and visually the stack turns into a wad of bills! Your spectators will have absolutely no clue as to how it is done - it's magic! This is a new, crazy method that you will love to perform.

  • No cover angle
  • Instant reset
  • Ultra visual
  • No assembly necessary
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  • Geoff asks: Can this effect be done with any currency, is there any arts and crafts required? Thanks

    • 1. Tony answers: Sure, it can be done with any currency and have no art crafts require. May you need spend 1 minute to cut out some white paper pieces for changing from a stack of white paper to bills. It can be work like a color-changing bill effect if you do not want to spend time on cutting white paper
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  • Dennis asks: I’m older with some arthritis in my hands. Does this require a lot of sleight of hand?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No sleight-of-hand to speak of. You will have to hold the case and shake it. You will need to place the folded paper under the rubber bands, and later, remove the bills from the bands. Severe arthritis might give you trouble.
  • Dennis asks: Is it easy repairable

    • 1. Tony answers: It's easy in my opinion
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Customer reviews for Bill Breaker



The gimmick arrived and the "rubber bands" that weren't really rubber at all, more like a ribbon were ripped. The card box is cheaply put together and doesn't look real at all. The corners were torn up and looks like it was put together by a child with paste. I don't see how this can be passed off as real. It's a good idea but poorly executed gimmick.

Bill Breaker by SMagic Productions