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Blake Vogt is a creative force and his methods are always modern and innovative. “Fource Bag” is an update to the clear force bag and we think it’s the best one on the market. It is built into a zip lock bag (finally, a familiar object!), it packs flat and is so easy to use!
Say goodbye to the measly two compartment bags of the past. “Fource Bag” has four compartments which allows to to use the same bag to force different things. Take a look at the trailer above and you will see how efficient it is.
Here are just a few ideas for what you could use the bag for:
Forcing a specific amount of pocket change
Forcing multiple page numbers (mentalists, get your thinking caps on!)
Forcing playing cards
Forcing a piece of information during a Q&A routine
Blake makes each bag by hand so the gimmick you receive is high quality and designed to be used. You also receive online instructions in which Blake teaches you how to use the bag, as well as running through some of his favourite handlings.
Customer reviews for Fource Bag
The FOURCE BAG is my favorite force bag. Very easy to control, but the best feature is that it looks just like a regular zip lock bag from the grocery store. Sometimes I even swap out a regular bag at the end of my show so any suspicious individuals can get an up close look. Excellent force bag -- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The first thing that stands out about the Fource Bag is its quality construction. It is made from high-quality materials that are durable and long-lasting, which makes it ideal for frequent use. The bag is also lightweight and easy to handle, which makes it perfect for on-the-go performers.
Simple gimmick with a rather short video explanation – simple but brilliant. Because the bag is transparent and the bag looks unsuspicious, viewers assume you can’t trick. Sometimes it may be difficult to adapt a suggested routine to your own programme. But with this Fource Bag, I immediately think of many routines where I could use it.
This one is so cool if you're looking for an easy way to force a number of items for mentalism Or just for magic I love this bag I can't wait to start learning the tutorial this one seems like it's gonna fit right into my stage comedy show I can't wait to put all kinds of ridiculous suggestions in my bag I think there are a lot of different routines that I'm going to end up substituting this bag and I most likely will end up getting more Is bags like this anytime I've ever gotten anything from Blake and vanishing ink it's always been a win win situation The idea is that you can come up with are limitless you can do a movie kind of test or you can do a question and answer or literally just anything you want this can replace any switching device and it looks like an ordinary paper bag so it's actually worth the money it's well made I've had mine for almost 6 months now and I take really good care of it because it it was worth it
This force bag could be better. The bottom seam split after some light practice. Only the very edge is lightly fused together. I used a flat soldering iron and a steel straight edge to fix it.
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Mustafa asks: Can spectators themselves put the pieces of paper that they have written on in the bag?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They can!
Daniel asks: Can the bag be shown empty when the first spectator puts their slip of paper in it, or must it already have a lot of paper in it? Also, could the bag be hanging up in an area next to the stage so that spectators can drop their pieces into it prior to taking their seats?
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Zuhairr asks: Are there any refills available or is it DIY-able?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Refills for this product are not available I am afraid. You would need to buy another.
Zuhairr asks: Can you show the bag to be empty when the spectators put their slips in? Can the spectators handle the bag themselves?
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- 1. Russell answers: In order to do that, please see: AmazeBox Kraft by Mark Shortland
Josh asks: Would this bag be strong enough for Legos?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is made of a standard Ziplock bag. Depending on the amount of legos, it might start to rip the plastic.