Flight Case

Trick by Leo Smetsers
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Flight Case

225.00 usd

Trick by Leo Smetsers ($171.00 - normally $225.00)

In stock. Order in the next 19 minutes and it will go out today!
Flight Case - magic

Flight Case Prediction by Leo Smetsers is a high quality super-fast "Item to Impossible Location" box.

It is with great excitement that Leo is finally bringing this amazing prop to the market. This box has been evolving over the past 2 years.

Designed for parlour and close up performances; it will work equally as well on stage. The box itself has been manufactured to the highest quality by Leo Smetsers using a new loading principle created by Gijs Benneheij (to which Holland Tricks holds full rights). You can load any small item into the box in super-fast time.

Imagine vanishing a spectator's ring. After some play-by-play you reach into a bag (which has been sitting on the table from the start) and remove a small padlocked Flight Case. Your spectator unlocks the box and inside is a single tea bag. You remove the tea bag and hand it to the spectator. Just imagine the reaction when they realize their ring is now inside the bag!

This is just one of the routines that are possible with Leo's Flight Case Prediction.

Each set comes complete with:

  • Flight Case (manufactured to the high standards of Leo Smetsers)
  • Padlock and keys
  • Cloth bag to hold and transport the box
  • Access to a full online training video


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  • Tim asks: This looks great but can the props all be examined before and after the performance?

    • 1. Tony answers: I think the spectator can look at the props and touch, or quick examine but if you let them do a fully examine they can figure out the secret
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