Flite

Trick by Steve Thompson and Tom Elderfield
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Flite

34.95 usd

Trick by Steve Thompson and Tom Elderfield ($34.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Friday morning
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Their ring vanishes and appears attached to your keychain in their hands!

"Flite" is the classic ring flight routine, reimagined to be more secure, portable and affordable than ever. It has been expertly constructed with an easy-load system to allow you to perform this powerful effect wherever you go.

100% safe and secure, "Flite" loads and unlinks easily. There are no complicated threads, clips or magnets to worry about. And, since it resets instantly and can be performed surrounded, it's perfect for walkaround close up magic and restaurant magic work. It's always ready to go.

When the load is complete, the ring is attached to the keyring. You can even link multiple rings at a time. Everything is very secure, so you can even hand it to the spectator to hold before you actually make their ring "vanish". If you'd like, you can even perform a visual version of ring flight—something that is not possible with other similar gimmicks.

"Flite" is built to last with premium materials that give it the durability for countless performances. It can even be used to link other similar objects. Creator Steve Thompson will sometimes link it with a pair of scissors. "Flite" is the most versatile version of this effect available, and is not limited to just rings.

The instruction video features Tom Elderfield sharing everything you need to know about "Flite". He has performed it hundreds of times and knows how to get maximum impact.

Grab "Flite" today!

 

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Flite by Steve Thompson and Tom Elderfield