Cupcake

Trick by Bacon Magic
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Cupcake

29.95 usd

Trick by Bacon Magic ($29.95)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
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A clever combination of the Chop Cup and Slot Okito Box that allows you to perform both a traditional chop cup style routine and a variety of different coin tricks using a regular half dollar coin.

The "Cupcake" is a perfectly-sized portable plastic cup that is super easy to use and can be added to a variety a different routines. It's the perfect tool for close up magicians and table hopping magicians.

Imagine this, you make coins disappear, reappear and bounce from hand to hand. Then as you show the coin was supposed to go through the cup, it transforms into crochet balls. Seamlessly, you then transition into your single cup and ball routine.

This ability to effortlessly change between coin magic and cups and balls allows a more streamlined experience for your audience. Everything feelings much more natural and is incredible to watch.

Comes with:

  • 1 high-grade plastic "Cupcake" cup
  • 1 magnetic chop cup ball
  • 2 ordinary balls
  • Online video explanation

NOTE: You must supply your own half dollar

 

Community questions about Cupcake

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  • Gabriel asks: Can Eisenhower dollars be used for the coins ?

    • 1. Jim answers: They would be too large.
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  • Gary asks: Other descriptions (the magic shop) states that the cup is magnetic and others don’t, is this true? The cup seems really cheap for a potential great effect.

    • 1. Jim answers: The cup and ball work like a Chop Cup. Technically, the cup does not need to be magnetic for the chop function to work. If you need more info, you should contact customer service.
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  • Eric asks: Hey there VI. Can you share the largest diameter (mouth) of the cup for final loads please? Additionally, can you share the approximate weight of the cup for us? Also, how big are the monkey fist ballz here? thanks!

    • 1. Mark answers: The inside diameter of the mouth of the cup is about 1.75 inches. The weight of the cup comes in at 0.8 ounces on my scale. The monkey fist ballz are 1 inch in diameter.
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  • David asks: I am buying this product. What is the best vanishing/gimmick coin set to utilize with it?

    • 1. Jim answers: It is designed to be used with normal coins. An expanded shell might be interesting to use with it.
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  • Jay asks: Is it possible to place an order for an extra set of the three monkeyfist balls? If so, what would the cost be?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can get them here: https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/cups-and-balls/monkey-fist-cups-and-balls/
  • John asks: Is there any way i can get the explanation for cupcake,i believe i have all of the equipment to do the effect,just to watch the explanation and i'm sure i can figure it out? Just wondering . Thanks

    • 1. Jim answers: You can find the instructional video link and password in the product instructions area of your account. https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/account/instructions/
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Customer reviews for Cupcake

Reviewer

Diego

I was so excited when I saw the preview video that I immediately placed an order... the idea of combing a chop cup that can also do same effect with regular coins is great, but...

I tried US quarter and US walking liberties and kennedy half dollars - both soft and regular coins - and NOTHING stays in the gimmick. I have to turn the cup up side down soooooo slow that you'd think you are watching a frame by frame movie. The smallest, and I mean SMALLEST movement or velocity will dislodge the coins thus destroying the effect.

Would love to return it but unfortunately I disposed of all packaging due to my excitement when the package arrived... lesson learnt. Try gimmick before destroying return package!

 
Reviewer

Rob

Doesn't hold the coins as advertised and the instructions are all visual, so no auditory instructions on what to do. The magnets are too strong too. Disappointed.

 
Reviewer

Sean

So disappointed in the coin part of the cup. Like another reviewer said, it's almost impossible to turn the cup over without dislodging the coin. I won't be returning it, though, since I can use it as a portable chop cup, and use it with another routine that needs a small cup or glass.