Portable Servante

19.95 usd

Accessory by Bacon Magic ($19.95)

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A versatile storage solution for table-hopping and walkaround magic.

When performing close up magic or street magic, it's often difficult to carry extra accessories (like a big bag or table) to manage your props. So, when doing walkaround magic, most magicians rely exclusively on their pockets. Unfortunately, this not only offers limited space, but can create an unsightly aesthetic if the pockets are too full.

"Portable Servante" by Bacon Magic solves this problem by acting as an extended inner pocket. This high-quality fabric storage system has magnetic strips embedded in the top and bottom. Just attach it with magnets or pins and you're ready to go. The well-designed layout allows you to more easily manage your props without your clothes looking "out of place."

When not in use, roll it up and snap it together for a convenient carry bag that makes it easy to transport your props.

Each "Portable Servante" is exquisitely crafted with expert workmanship and precise cutting. The outer layer and storage bag flannelette feels comfortable and smooth, while the inner layer is strong, durable canvas. You'll also find multiple elastic straps on the inner layer for securing your props from playing cards to coins, spongeballs, thumb tips and everything in-between.

Size: 28cm long x 16cm wide.

 

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  • Gordon asks: Isn't this more of a pocket organizer than it is a Servante? Words, even technical terms, have meanings.

    • 1. Peter answers: I agree. This certainly seems more like an organizer than a servante. Anyone that believes a servante‚Äôs main function is organizing things is missing the point.
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