Watch This


Watch This

70.00 usd

Trick (pre-order - ships Jan 31) by Rex ($70.00)

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We see a lot of magic….A LOT OF MAGIC. But, few tricks shock us in ways like Watch This. When we first started seeing this mind-boggling transformation circulating on TikTok, Instagram and Omegle—we were blown away. And now, we are thrilled to share it with you. At it’s core, the effect is quite straightforward. A playing card visually transforms into a watch. This seems simple in writing. But, once you watch the demo video, you will see how unbelievably powerful it is.

Watch This is SUPER easy to do. In fact, if you are like us and love clever methods, you’ll think the gimmick is as cool as the effect itself.

You’re probably thinking though: “This looks great, but would never work in real life.”

But, that’s not the case at all. Watch This actually has surprisingly good angles and you’ll learn multiple clean-ups that enable you to end the effect by placing the watch right onto your wrist. That’s right, there’s nothing to hide.

You’ll receive the high-quality watch and everything needed to start performing right away. But, since each one is handmade, there is an EXTREMELY limited supply. So, if you don’t want to miss out, you’ll need to act fast!

Instructions are in Korean with English subtitles


Community questions about Watch This

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  • Jason asks: Is this a real working watch, that I can wear?

    • 1. John answers: The watch is a magic gimmick and does not work as a time keeping wrist watch.
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  • Craig asks: Do you sell an ungimmicked watch.

    • 1. Klaus answers: No, but the supplied watch could be handled out for examination at the end of the routine.
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  • Candice asks: Skill rating for someone with small hands, is it ready to go.

    • 1. Jim answers: Hand size should not matter unless you have tiny hands. For skill—that is always a subjective question. It depends on your skill level and your amount of experience. If you study the gimmick and practice with it, it will be within your difficulty level. If you don't study and don't practice, then the will be outside of your difficulty level.
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  • Candice asks: Do you need long sleeves

    • 1. Jim answers: No.
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  • Austin asks: Do you need to ditch anything, and if so, do you need long sleeves?

    • 1. Bruce answers: Depending on how you want to perform it, the answer is maybe. No on the sleeves.
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  • Keith asks: Could this be performed with a bill rather than a card for a 'Time is Money' effect?

    • 1. Jim answers: Possibly—but you would have to figure out the details for yourself.
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  • Keith asks: One last question. As far as the gimmick is concerned, would it be possible to show the face of the card rather than the back?

    • 1. Jim answers: If you don't mind some DIY work, yes, it would be possible.
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  • Nicholas asks: I understand it is not a functional timepiece, but, can one change the "time" shown, to reveal a time prediction?

    • 1. Jim answers: No.
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  • Josh asks: How close can you perform this to a spectator, what are the angles, and how fast of reset?

    • 1. Jim answers: A few feet. You want the audience in front. About 30 seconds.
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  • Timothy asks: Is this a gimmick that will last forever? A lot of these visual eye candy effects have props that are very fragile and I’d like something that I could comfortably use for a long time. Thoughts on the quality and longevity would be appreciated.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is well made so it will last a while, but because of the moving parts it will not last a lifetime.
  • Tony asks: Can it be done in a quiet room, Does it make much noise.

    • 1. James answers: Yes. Nothing to speak of.
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