Jim Krenz’s Ring Off Rope

Magic download (video) by Jim Krenz
10.36 - normally $12.95
4.9 | 28 reviews
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Jim Krenz’s Ring Off Rope

12.95 usd

Magic download (video) by Jim Krenz (10.36 - normally $12.95)

A wildly fooling and entertaining “Ring Off Rope” routine that will leave your audience stunned.

Using his own unique technique, “Jim Krenz’s Ring Off Rope” is one of the most convincing versions of the routine you’ll ever see. You can get it separately or save a ton of money by grabbing it as part of the “Jim Krenz Collection”.

The rope is knotted and pulled. In the eyes of the audience, there is no doubt that the ring is completely secured in place. Yet, with just a touch, the ring simply melts off the rope as the knot vanishes too. A beautiful moment of pure magic that is quick and easy to learn.

Download and learn today!

Runtime: 5 minutes

 

Customer reviews for Jim Krenz’s Ring Off Rope

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Gregg

Great trick, easy to do and very convincing

 
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Brandon

A very practical and easy to do ring off of rope move. No gimmicks needed as it is all in the handling, which is well within the capabilities of any magician. The only caveat is that Jim states it works best with a thicker rope as seen in the the demo video. I did try it with a shoestring and it does work okay with a round shoestring. It takes a little more finesse but it is doable to transfer to a thinner string as well.

 
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Wayne

Very Nice. Jim Krenz has done it again. Well thought out. I will add this to my current ring and rope routine. Magic with ordinary (ok, somewhat ordinary) objects is a plus.

 
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Zach

Brilliant. Best ring off rope I’ve seen. The big plus here is spectator involvement which is sadly lacking in most ring off rope routines.

 
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Gerard

Excellent, fun to do

 
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David

Great effect. Not very difficult and looks clean.

 
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Amanda

Jim Krenz's "Ring Off Rope" is a spellbinding addition to any magician's repertoire. The routine, included in the affordable "Jim Krenz Collection," is a triumph of visual deception. Krenz's unique technique makes this version one of the most convincing and entertaining renditions of the classic "Ring Off Rope."

The routine unfolds seamlessly as the rope is knotted and pulled, creating the illusion that the ring is securely fastened. However, with a mere touch, the ring effortlessly escapes, leaving both the audience and the vanished knot in awe. In just about 5 minutes, Krenz guides you through the intricacies of this enchanting routine, making it accessible for magicians of all skill levels.

Having snagged it for a mere buck during a sale, it's hard to complain about the price for such a captivating effect. Jim Krenz's "Ring Off Rope" offers a quick, easy-to-learn, and wildly fooling magical experience that's sure to leave your audience stunned and delighted. It's a steal that packs a punch in the world of close-up magic.

 
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Thomas

Nice effect.

 
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John

Easy and every bit as visual as the demonstration video shows. This may become an arrow in my regular performances.

 
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Paul

Something I've always fancied learning to add to my fairly limited rope repertoire, made nice and easy with a plain and simple method. Will done Jim Krenz.

 
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Stephen

Cool

 
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Peter

smart and easy method. Beautiful illusion

 
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Marc

This is a wonderfull tecnick that I wil use n my ring and rope routine.

 
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Andrew

Jim's approach and presentation are straight and direct. The explanation was very clear and the camera angle perfect. Jim covers all the key points. I will definately be adding this to my walkabout repertoire!

 
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Phillip

Nice and easy ring off rope. Excellent explanation and additional performance hints. Great buy for the 0.99 download. I do not do a lot of rope magic but I will definitely add this to my carrying case!

 
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Paul

Really good simple trick with a single moment of magic. Good use of the over th shoulder camera makes it really clear as to what is going on. Well worth it as a balk friday download.

 
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Geoff

What a nice effect. Simple, clear explanation. I just added another wonderfully baffling phase to my ring & string routine. Thanks, Jim!

 
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Jack

Seems like a very practical and workable addition to a street or parlor performance to bridge a borrowed ring routine and a rope routine. I'll be giving this one a try to go from Justin Miller's "Divorce" into "School of Hard Knots" by Nick Diffatte.

 
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Steven

Very clear explanation of an excellent illusion. Very practical.

 
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Laura Bautista

Nice trick with ropes where it really looks like you are tying two legitimate knots around a ring. The good thing about it is that everything can be examined: the rope and of course the ring that can (and perhaps should) be borrowed. You can also examine everything once the trick is finished, as it resets completely cleanly. The subjective view plane in the making of the video is much appreciated.

 
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Mike

Excellent take on the "Ring off Rope". I've used this with Scouts and Scout Leaders (who should be familiar with knots) and it was the perfect fooler ! I would definitely recommend this and especially with the Black Friday deal, great value for money.

 
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Tim

This will be a nice part of my rope routine and I plan to give it a try as soon as I have put in the necessary amount of practice. Thanks again to Vanishing Inc. for providing these .99 downloads! I missed the first ones but once I realized that these were being offered I have downloaded several!

 
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Larissa A.

This one is such a simple and fun routine to learn, the explanation video by Jim Krenz is more than nice and clearly explained, he really does a great job teaching it so that really anyone can understand it, and it is more then fair on what you get for this small price, even for those of you who are not into rope magic, it is still fun to have it in your arsenal for a every day carry, for friends, for family, a simple walk around, even for parlor stage magic and with a bit of imagination can be performed in so much many more ways then described in the video, the bonus on this is that you can performed it with a borrowed ring or object from a spectator and the magic is as almost hapening in them own hands, which is really so powerfull for them to experience, and to be honnest, my oppinion is that the explanation for this trick is sold with a key and the sky is the limit, and with some imagination you can get far on with this one,  i really like this simple little big magic trick and i am looking forward to add it to my arsenal as soon as i got it perfectly looking!

 
Reviewer

Philip

clean, ingenious, superb close-up.

 
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Drew

Very clear, and was super clean to learn.

 
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Stephen

A classic routine made to work well for close-up. It's a great bit and so well done. The instruction is clear and concise. Good stuff.

 
Reviewer

Alonso

Works exactly as you see in the presentation. It would work perfectly as part of a rope or ring routine. Easy to understand even if you don't have audio and we all have ropes so you can include it to your repertoire inmediatly

 
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Bruce

An impulse purchase of a daily special during the Sale. Certainly deceptive. After watching the performance, I went to replicate the trick and the knot held firm. Clearly, threading the rope back through the ring conveys the vague possibility that the knot is being undone rather than strengthened (a drawback), but this is not the solution. I expect that audience members will, like me, think they know how it might be done, but they'll fail to reproduce it.

 

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  • Dale asks: Does this work with any borrowed ring?

    • 1. Jim Krenz (creator) responds: Any ring that will fit on the rope will work. Since the rope is tugged on, I recommend only borrowing sturdy rings, as a good tug might bend or warp a thin or weak ring.
  • Leonard asks: Does this routine require any "sleight of hand" or "gimmicks"? Can a magic beginner learn this easily?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is relatively easy to perform and doesn't require any gimmicks. However, the tieing process is a little complicated to learn. Once you know it, it will be very easy.
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