Ping

$44.95 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
 

Ping

44.95 usd

Trick by Tobias Dostal ($44.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Ping generates the audible 3D sound of a coin being genuinely flipped in the air.

A precision-made utility device that fools the senses... and leaves your audience floored.

  • Vanish a coin in the spectators hand
  • Make an invisible coin appear anywhere
  • Flick nothing into the air and have it materialize in your pocket This is more than a trick, it's a pandora's box bursting with possibilities for your coin magic.

But it doesn't stop there...

Borrow a ring, flick it in the air as it disappears into nothingness. Without hesitation you reveal that you're wearing it, or it's in your pocket, or still on the table.

In over 1 hour of explanation, Tobias oozes creativity and passion with this device and shows you how to apply it to ANY situation. Enhancing your magic with sensory overload.

You won't believe your ears.

 

Community questions about Ping

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  • 1.

    Alec asks: Is it electronic or not? If so then batteries or USB?

    • 1. Ellis answers: No electronics in this product
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  • 2.

    Yukoltorn asks: Does it work with any currency?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Sure does.
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  • 3.

    Ben asks: How difficult is it to ditch the utility device?

    • 1. Alexander answers: Not difficult at all!
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  • 4.

    steve asks: Level of difficulty?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Low level—but you will need to rehearse with the gimmick.
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  • 5.

    Stefan asks: Does it involve sleight of hand?

    • 1. Steve answers: Yes it does...... and it's not worth the 50 bucks on it.... the elastic that comes with it breaks as soon as you've figured out how to operate this,,,, not only that but it costs about 1 u.s. dollar to make one of these...... This product needs to be sold for about $15....Complete utter ripoff, very very disappointed that I wasted 50 dollars on a product that's worth about $10 their are much better tricks that c won't break on this site for far better deals..........Nobody should purchase this product until the price drops on it....You will get ripped off if you buy this at the ridiculous price..... p.s. this device is NOT for beginners
    • 2. Alexander answers: Yes, but a minimal amount.
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Ping by Tobias Dostal