Mindbag

60.00 usd

Trick by Alan Wong and Max Vellucci ($60.00)

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Mindbag - magic

The Mind Bag is the first change bag with a magnetic closure. It is an extremely stylish and versatile instrument, allowing you to perform extraordinary mind tricks in a clean and effective way.

The convenient magnetic closure will allow you to hide the secret compartment to which you have easy access when needed, without any manipulation.

With the right planning, you can even leave it in the hands of the audience.

The Mind Bag has been designed to meet the needs of professional mentalists and, for this reason, it is made of shiny black satin and designed to be stylish and durable.

In addition, you will find the chips inside as well as instructions for the "Mind Poker Face" trick: A very clean version of Max Maven's "Kurotsuke" which does not require any kind of manipulation of the gimmick.

 

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Customer reviews for Mindbag

Reviewer

John

The product and routine are accurately described, but given the price l am disappointed.

The bag is a sprung/ flex closure rather than draw string, given that ,the small size of the magnets and their positioning, I’m not convinced that the magnetic closure adds anything.
The design and implementation lacks attention to detail. The magnets can easily be felt in the top seams which is not ideal and the central partition is full height which makes it easy to see the three ply construction. You would need to be brave to allow someone to handle the bag for more than a few seconds,I feel.

It’s a functional product, but falls short. Audi pricing, marketing and hype , but sadly a sub Skoda product.


 
Reviewer

John

My first review noted my disappointment, but it has got worse. After a few practice uses the magnets have moved and are loose in the seam, obviously rendering them useless. Sadly my bag is expensive rubbish. A combination of poor design and construction. Not Vanishing’s fault.

Mindbag by Alan Wong and Max Vellucci