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Trick by Tjiu Agus Haryanto
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Trick by Tjiu Agus Haryanto ($53.16 - normally $69.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Tuesday morning
Leap - magic
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If you take just one look at the trailer for "Leap" you will have one of two reactions. If you are familiar with the classic dealer item "Copentro," in which a coin penetrates a glass dome and flies into a shot glass, you will welcome "Leap" as the BEST solution to the plot. If you have never heard of "Copentro," you are in for a treat. Watch the accurate, fair trailer as it appears like a special effect! Coins and finger rings seem to materialize inside a glass.

The giant leap forward here is that they have replaced silly, geeky, magic-style props from the original and now use an innocent pack of cards and a drinking glass. This is a huge improvement in making the effect appear natural.

The other wonderful feature is the price! The mechanics of the original made it a highly expensive item, usually in a wood base and with many moving parts. Now, the items are casual and the price is almost unbelievably low, for what you get.

So what do you get? You get a shot glass, a red card box that takes care of all the work, a replacement blue box if you use blue cards, and detailed instructions on how to perform the routine.

Watch the trailer over and over to see how amazing this looks!

Forget about gimmicks that are made for YouTube. This gimmick has been designed to be used. Finally, one of the all-time most magical close-up effects has been rescued from the back drawer and reimagined to become a feature of your act.

NOTE: Leap does not work with all ring sizes.

BONUS: We have filmed an instructional video that will be put into your account as soon as you order so that you can learn "Leap" instantly!


Community questions about Leap

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  • Dana asks: Do you need to be physically touching or putting pressure on the card pack? Or can this be done without touching?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You need to touch it.
  • Marlon asks: Does leap come with red or blue bicycle card boxes or both?

    • 1. Tony answers: It comes with red & blue box.
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  • Scott asks: Is this fairly reliable AND durable?

    • 1. David answers: Yes—even more so, if you take care of the props.
    • 2. Scott answers: Thanks!
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  • George asks: Does anyone have any ideas for being able to do without the shot glass if you wanted? I'm a little surprised that it wasn't designed that way.

    • 1. Brian answers: Nope.
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Customer reviews for Leap



First off, very cool packaging. The second and most unbelievable thing... PAPER INSTRUCTIONS WITH COLOR PHOTOS! Yaaaa! What year am I in? I miss paper instructions so much. Ok, the instructions are translated to english so they're a little funky but still easily understood.
I also have CTG Project by Peter Eggink and thats great too but I love how with Leap, the coin penetrates a glass and lands in a shot glass. So, one can only assume the coin fell from above - and no coin switch after.
So, aside from the cool box and paper instructions and a real GLASS shot glass, you also get an extra blue deck already set up to work with the gimmick. This trick is currently on sale for $53 and is BY FAR the best value I've seen for a magic trick in so long I can't remember. We've all received a trick in the mail that we look at an wonder, "What did I pay all this money for?" Not here. Definitely worth the the $53.



Leap is a very cool affordable effect that has a practical solution to this type of trick. Yes there are other tricks that do the same effect, but at much higher cost. These costly solutions have more complex answers to achieve the effect which leads to more chances of a failure. Leap is surprising simple which makes it a safer version of the effect. They also give you a second card box if you want to switch colors (red, blue). Over all a good trick for the money. The only thing I wish they had better instructions in English.



It looks like the trailer which is great. The reason I put pretty good is because I did have it break a glass, which makes me a little nervous about when and where I perform this.

Leap by Tjiu Agus Haryanto