Trick by Les French Twins and Magie Factory
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SPIX - magic

Two devastating, commercial effects packed into one powerful app.

"SPIX" is a special collaboration between Les French Twins and Magie Factory. After earning a reputation as a beloved underground tool for workers over the last few years, it is now finally available worldwide!

You'll get complete access to the app, which features two powerful effects: Aircode and Airprint.

Without touching the screen, your iPhone starts to unlock itself one number at a time using a number that they called out. It can even be done at a distance. A beautiful blend of powerful mentalism and digital magic.

This 100% customizable tool has so much potential. For example, you can mention to a participant how you feel like you have a lot in common. How crazy it would be if you had the same iPhone passcode? As they think of their passcode, you both look at your phone. Without touching anything, the numbers on the lock screen start to press themselves one by one, unlocking the phone from a distance!

Many presentations are possible to match your performing style and leave every audience speechless.

An extraordinary effect that leaves a physical and impossible memory for your audience.

Your participant names any object and color. Millions of choices and combinations are possible. You then tell them how you happened to bring a souvenir for them. Without any fishy moves, you produce a photo of their named object in the corresponding color.

This is just one of the ways you can present it. Airprint allows you secretly print any named thing without any suspicious moves.

For those who don't want to purchase the portable printer required to conduct this type of routine, Airprint also allows you to have the unique photo appear in your photo gallery at a desired date.

"SPIX" Features:

"SPIX" was designed to be as intuitive and practical as possible for workers. It's easy to use and reliable. Use either effect separately or combine them both into a powerhouse routine.

  • 2 effects in 1 app
  • Designed with workers in mind
  • Easy to use
  • Fully customizable (triggering mode, delays...etc)
  • Instant reset
  • Non-internet handlings are available
  • Universal bluetooth remote functionality available
  • Detailed explanation video with 45 minutes of routines, ideas and subtleties

System Requirements and Important Details

"SPIX" requires you to have an iPhone with iOS 12 or later. It is not compatible with Android. For those who want to perform the printed photo version of Airprint, you'll need an HP Sprocket 100 or HP Sprocket Plus portable printer (sold separately). These are the only models compatible with this application at this time.

You are purchasing a physical access code that will be mailed to you. There are no other accessories included.


Customer reviews for SPIX

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This review is based on watching the tutorial (I'm waiting for my access code to test out the app). Overall the app looks really good, and the twins have put a lot of thought into the design. Especially when it comes to the automatic backup plan if there is no internet connection or can't connect to the printer. You can also have images sent to your photo gallery instead of the printer, and the images can be back dated. For example you can tell the spectator you made a prediction yesterday, last week, a year ago, etc and the picture will show up in your gallery on that date. But there are a few minor cons which is why I give it 4 stars.


The only really con for this one is it's not completely hands off as the description would lead you to believe. While the reveal itself is hands off, you still have to know the number in advance and manually input it with some misdirection before performing the trick. It probably takes less than a second to input so not that big a deal, but you still need that moment of misdirection to do it. I don't know how realistic the example they gave in the description of being able to have the same iPhone passcode as the spectator. Because you can't in real-time have the spectator say the number as you input it, you need the number in advance.


The main con with this one is the only 2 printers that work with the app are discontinued. You can still find them on the secondary market like eBay for around $75. It looks like the photo paper needed for these models is still available on Amazon. Like I mentioned above for Aircode, the information needs to be entered manually with some misdirection. This will take a little more time since you are having to type out the object, color, and select the image. I was disappointed in the full performance that they show on youtube, because you don't get the sense of this being the case. You never see him entering anything into his phone, so I thought the method was going to be something more covert. I suspect his brother was off camera and input the information into a different phone to print the image.

Aside from all that, I think it is worth buying if you are ok spending the extra money on the printer.



Very hard to understand what they are saying. Not recommended.


Community questions about SPIX

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  • Nathan asks: Will wallet options for loading pic be discussed? Is it feasible to load a SAW, for example with the smaller printer/pic size? Then of course are discreet methods utilizing these printers discussed in routines?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The printer will print a 2x3 photo and can be loaded into most C2Ws.
  • Russell asks: Are there plans to make the app for Android ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No plans.
  • Mark asks: Is there an unedited performance?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDIcnE-6CDE
  • Mark asks: What portable printer is required?

    • 1. Allan answers: I called HP....the HP Sproket device apparently have been discontinued.
    • 2. Mark answers: There are several available on Ebay. I just bought the HP Sprocket 100.
    • 3. Mark answers: I see that the printers are discontinued. Are there plans to update the app to use other printers?
    • 4. Allan answers: Looks like available on Amazon.
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  • Josh asks: I’m not seeing an HP Sprocket 100 anywhere. Just a Select or Plus model. Would any Sprocket model work?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can do a simple google search for HP Sprocket 100. They are not available on Amazon.
  • Mark asks: Two questions--first: is it available for Android? I suspect not from the way the blurb is worded (or "the blurb wording," if you prefer), and I see that someone else has already asked, but not rec'd a reply. Second: am I the only person who thinks that the name of the product sounds for all the world like an ethnic slur directed at two Hispanic persons? I'm sure it isn't meant that way, and it's perfectly justified in context, but...still...

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No Android plans. And I'm sure in French, SPIX has no such meaning. It's like names of cars that can appear harmless in one country, but a "bad" word in another.
  • Mark asks: I just caught the part about it not working with Android (so cunningly hidden in a large blue box). Pls disregard my question.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Too late now! ;)
  • Allan asks: "If you don't want to do the printed version, there's even an alternate option to have the photo appear in your photo gallery at a desired date instead." I do not understand....what is the purpose of a photo appearing in MY photo album sometime in the future?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's only as a backup if you still want to produce the photo. You can show that it was in your photo gallery.
  • Jonathan asks: So I bought a sprocket 200 a while ago for this sort of app and for whatever reason it’s not accessible by any third party app so it’s useless ….. so it’s fine to say use a sprocket 100 or a plus but you try finding one? All I’m saying is I believe many like myself will buy a sprocket 200 thinking it will work when it doesn’t…. Is it worth posting a picture or link to where you can get the right sprocket? Just do punters are fully informed and not buying the wrong product? Just a thought

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Thank you for your comment. We specifically note in the copy on the page: "you'll need an HP Sprocket 100 or HP Sprocket Plus ". It would be impractical to post a link, as they are only available on secondary marketplaces, which would vary country to country.
  • Leo asks: Can you print pictures that are sent to your recent photos from other apps? If so is it and automatic print?

    • 1. Mark answers: From watching the tutorial I don't believe you can. It would need to be an image generated in the app.
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  • Chris asks: Will it work on iPad?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The manufacturers state: "requires you to have an iPhone with iOS 12 or later".
  • Simon asks: Is this the app a try out one as in you have to update it every 90 days?

    • 1. Mark answers: It’s a beta version of the app, it’s not sold in the App Store. Apple requires beta versions to be updated every 90 days.
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