A brain-busting close-up illusion that leaves them speechless, without any hard work!
"I just got mine! Everything should be this well-made. ‘Industrial Revelation’ takes a modern classic and feeds it Miracle Grow! The result is a thing of beauty!" David Regal
You start by pushing a quarter or knife through a box of playing cards. Most of the audience is unimpressed until you open up the box and tip out of the contents. Everyone’s jaws will drop when, instead of a deck of cards, a solid block of metal falls out.
This is one of those effects that creates instant stunned silence. Everyone’s brains will start scrambling for an explanation, but there isn’t one. It’s a moment of real magic that’s so easy to do, it’s essentially self-working.
- No switches
- No steals
- No palms
- No sleight of hand
“Industrial Revelation” by Jamie D. Grant was a runaway winner for “Trick of the Year” when it was first released. It has since been long out of production and has fetched crazy prices on the rare occasions it’s popped up on the secondhand market. When the chance came to purchase the rights and bring this classic back to the community, we leapt at the chance!
Working alongside the original creator, Jamie D. Grant, this brand new version of “Industrial Revelation” is better than ever. The gimmick is more elegant and deceptive than before. Constructed from gorgeous brushed metal alloy (which is designed to look like stainless steel), it can withstand intense scrutiny. For the first time, it also includes a ballistic foam carry case so you can keep your “Industrial Revelation” gimmick safe and untarnished, no matter where you are.
This is a perfect opener and attention-grabber. It’s practical, easy to do, and immediately establishes credibility. As it also resets in seconds, “Industrial Revelation” is the type of effect that will immediately become a permanent staple in your close-up set.
"This is the best thing I've bought in the last couple of years!" Craig Petty
In transit, your gimmick may develop a faint line of protective oil along the edges. This is completely normal. Once you wipe it away, your gimmick will be totally seamless. This is all covered in the included instructions.