Visual Box

$49.95 In stock.
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Visual Box

49.95 usd

Trick by SMagic Productions ($49.95)

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Serious magicians think not only about their material, but also their TRANSITIONS. So you want to do a coin trick. How are you getting into it? You want to do a trick with three do you present the matches? Visual Box is the perfect solution to producing any small prop you wish to use in a subsequent trick. The effect is exactly as shown in the trailer, and the angles are excellent.

Use Visual Box to turn a sequence of tricks into a routine, and seamlessly transition from one into another. This makes a startling, visual opener, and allows you to then move directly into a trick using the props you produced.

Here are some key points:

  • Easy to do
  • No black art
  • Use any small object
  • Great angles

It's completely easy to perform. Shaking the box activates it, and takes care of everything. Surprisingly, no black art is involved, either, so this can be done under harsh or stage lighting conditions. The best part, of course, is that it's a quality prop and offered here at an extremely reasonable price.


Community questions about Visual Box

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  • Paul asks: Does the gimmick come assembled?

    • 1. Elliott answers: Yes indeed.
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  • Aaron asks: How quick can an object be loaded and can it be done during the performance in front of the audience?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's quick and it can be done during the performance if you want
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  • Wayne asks: How easy is it to load a sign playing card into it?

    • 1. Tony answers: 6.5/10 I think
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  • Shawn asks: Can a object be loaded in mid performance? Or do you have to set this up before hand?

    • 1. Tony answers: You can do it during a performance
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  • Robert asks: Can you do switches with it?

    • 1. Tony answers: I have the gimmick in my hand, a few months ago. I can use it for a switch a small piece of paper
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  • andy asks: A few questions: Will it produce a whole deck of cards? Can the spectator shake the box? Can a vanished item be loaded into it during the course of a routine?

    • 1. Tony answers: 1. Nope! just one or a few cards 2. It's possible but I don't think it's a good idea 3. Yes
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  • Jeff asks: How thick can the production be ? Can I produce a full deck of cards ? (If not, how many cards ?)

    • 1. Tony answers: Just a few cards, like 5 or 6 cards for a packet trick
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  • Doug asks: What's the maximum number of playing cards that can be produced at once? I'm guessing less than a full deck, otherwise the ad copy would state "deck of cards" rather than simply "playing cards".

    • 1. Tony answers: That's correct, just a few cards
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  • Michael asks: How easy is it to load a signed coin, bill, or card into the box in front of spectators?

    • 1. Tony answers: In my opinion, it similar like you palm a card and put it into a card case
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  • Billy asks: How loud a sound does the reveal mechanism produce?

    • 1. Tony answers: I have the first version. It's a bit noisy but I can fix it.
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  • Robert asks: Before the production, how many cards can you "store" in the box? I mean as in having a reason to have the box present in the first place. (ie: have pictures or cards in the box, have the sp "select" one, then...after destroying it... produce it in the box)

    • 1. Tony answers: Just a few cards, 5 or 6 cards I think. But it's possible for around 10 cards
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  • Michael asks: What are the actual angle limitations? In watching the trailer, I immediately worried that the angles would be bad or this would be online only. However, the trailer says it's 360 with no angle limitations... yet, the page text says maybe 180, but only if held a certain way. That's very different. So can someone comment on the actual angle limitations/practicality of the gimmick?

    • 1. Tony answers: I can confirm this gimmick can be performed around
    • 2. Scott answers: Read the (email) description text again . . . It says, "The angles are good (at least 180 degrees, and better if you hold the gimmick at waist height), etc."
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  • Tony asks: Can I rule the world with this Production? I would expect to from the trailer music! JK! can you produce items with or without the lid?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's just a regular lid, you can produce an item without the lid
    • 2. Elliott answers: I noticed a part of your question wasn’t answered. Yes, indeed you will end up ruling the world with this production. Also the music comes with it and some how it follows you where ever you go and immediately starts playing with out fail. Have fun
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  • David asks: What Is This Made Of Wood Or Plastic?

    • 1. Tony answers: Plastic
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  • Zachary asks: How examinable is the box before and after?

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! the box can't be examined but the spectator can look inside
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  • allan asks: can you let the spectators examine the box before and/or after the effect?

    • 1. Tony answers: You can't
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  • paul asks: The ad copy is very irritating in that it tells you nothing. What is it for christs sake, a one off production box or something a bit more practical. What routine can you actaully do with this thing and in what format can it be used? walk around close-up or formal show? Some real info would be nice!

    • 1. Tony answers: You can email to for this kind of question. I have the box 2 months ago from the creator so I have plenty of time to play with it
    • 2. paul answers: No, that is what this area is for. The ad copy should give you an idea of the routine that can be done with it and the sort of performing conditions it's intended for. The ad copy gives neither.
    • 3. paul answers: The impression I get is that this isn't for a routine and just a magical way of producing items from an obviously gimmicked prop which can't be examined, if they asked to!
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  • Tom asks: I notice that the effect always takes place while he is standing and shaking it in mid air. What kind of results would you get if the box was sitting flat on a table and you shook it. Would it still work and would there be any "noise" emitted from box due to the table being there.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It has to be done in the hands. It cannot be done on the table.
  • Noel asks: One previous answer indicated that the device was ‘noisy’ but ‘i can fix this’. What does this mean. Will the supplied product need ‘fixing’?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a noise but it is easily covered by a snap of the fingers. Plus, there are ideas taught to cover it.
  • Iftakhar asks: Mid-performance, can you take the box out of a pocket in front of a spec then activate it at will with a shake or do you need to walk over with the box held in a particular manner?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can take it out of your pocket if you want.
  • Mathew asks: All of the clips in the video showed productions (that is, the box appears empty at the beginning and then an item magically appears where there was nothing before). Can the box be used to SWITCH two items, one for the other? For example, the box is shown to contain a blue-backed playing card, but after a quick shake, the card is now a red-backed one. If so, does the switch leave you "dirty" (with a palmed card, for instance) or clean (with the switched out item concealed in the box)?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: This is for appearances, not changes.
  • Dean asks: Can I put a child’s “hot wheel” car inside there and make it appear or is it too thick?

    • 1. Tom answers: Dean, if it was up to me, I'd let the air out of the tires first! (JK). Couldn't resist.Ha Ha
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  • Dylan asks: Hi. I was just wondering what is the skill level involved to use this Visual Box. Is there any specific techniques you need to know?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Nothing in particular. Once you learn how to use the box properly, it is close to self-working.
  • Eric asks: Can I make a ring appear in it?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: A wedding ring? Sure. A biker's skull & crossbones ring? No.
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Customer reviews for Visual Box



As described with one caveat. The ad copy states breezily that Visual Box is perfect for producing props to be used in subsequent effects. Well, yes, with a bit of sleight of hand the props used in subsequent effects can APPEAR to come from the box, but it would be awkward, at best, to actually remove the props produced from the box after their appearance.



it is not of good quality and when it is ready for execution you see an open side light that is difficult to hide



I just paid $50 for 50 cents worth of plastic. The lack of quality on this item is ridiculous. Cloth covering is not big enough. The plastic rubs on itself from substandard manufacturing. The sound is way too loud, the manufacturer's suggestion is too snap your fingers to cover it. The whole audience would've to snap their fingers. Love Vanishing Magic, but feel ripped off on this purchase.



Pretty disappoionted with the quality of the box. I've practiced it for a few hours now and the appearance is good. The loud BONG is not. Snapping your fingers doesn't work.
Sticky tape does now work well and will stick 'to the object' making it hard to pass out.

I'm glad I bought it so I can understand what they are doing and to support Vanishing inc. But I wish they had put some more time and effort into the box and had better instructions.



Don't purchase this box. Although the concept is very good, the construction and design is terrible. Yes, it's loud and the stretchy fabric should be a thin felt so it lays down to cover the bottom during set-up. Instead it rolls up and will not offer a convincing faux bottom. The elastic pretty much wore out during the hour or two of practice. I'm not sure how this made it to production in this state of build. At half the price I'd chalk it up to lesson learned, but at $49 I'm requesting a refund. I've never given a poor review and I love Vanishing Inc. I've never had a problem, but there is always a first time.



The idea is good but it is only a piece of plastic. I was disappointed really
And the instruction video is 2 minutes long
Anyhow I’ll try it out and see how it plays



Poor construction. Felt bottom rolls up. Loud thud noise when the “magic” happens makes it unbelievable and no good for upclose performances. Useless if you want to perform for someone who is not hearing impaired.

Visual Box by SMagic Productions