Unicorn Cork

Trick by Nicholas Einhorn
$19.95 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Unicorn Cork

19.95 usd

Trick by Nicholas Einhorn ($19.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Nick Einhorn has created that most mythical of beasts: a prop that is eminently usable, cost effective, and looks completely ordinary. Welcome to Unicorn Cork!

Constructed from real cork and lined with non-stick material, this cork is designed to easily hold double-folding coins of a range of currencies, including the US half dollar, quarter, UK 50p, £2 coins, and any coin of similar size. Hiding in plain sight, the coin remains hidden until needed for your next Coin-in-Bottle routine! As a bonus, Nick even shares his Coin-in-Bottle routine, which includes the appearance and disappearance of the bottle! Get yours today!

Please note that you will need to supply your own bottle and folding coin.

"The reason I like your cork gimmick is that it fits into the mouth of a bottle easily (Coke, beer, etc.). There are other cork gimmicks, however, they do not fit into smaller bottles and some are not real cork and do not taper. So far as I can tell, your cork is the only one that really works with most bottles and looks like a real cork!"CODY FISHER

Note: The gimmick only works with premium folding coins (double folding coin, made of three pieces). The half dollar will stick out a bit. If this is a concern for you, we recommend using a quarter.

 

Community questions about Unicorn Cork

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

  • nathan asks: Unicorn Cork - cost for folding quarter and bottle - thanks.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can use any bottle. Please search our website for lots of different folding coins.
  • Tom asks: I’m interested in this and have quite a few of Nick’s amazing products, but is there a way of justifying the use of a cork with a bottle that wouldn’t normally have a cork? That’s the main thing I need to answer before getting it. Thanks

    • 1. Ruben answers: “Here’s a bottle... And here’s a cork.” (Just do the damn trick)
    • 2. Matthew answers: A lot of times with glass bottles the cap is quickly tossed away, anyway. So the justification is that you don’t anyone to think that your sneaking a coin in through the the top, so you’ll seal off the bottle with a cork.
    • 3. Miguel answers: Keep it simple, I don’t think anyone is gonna question the cork and bottle once they see the trick happen!!!
    • 4. Stephen answers: Now I'm curious how you justify putting the coin into the bottle?
    • 5. Joe answers: You say that you want to cork it to make sure all openings are covered.
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  • Frank asks: This cork is too small for my tango premium half? Am I doing something wrong?

    • 1. Tony answers: Please email magic@vanishingincmagic.com and they will be happy to help
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