The Invisible Hand

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Accessory by Michel ($55.00)

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The Invisible Hand - magic

The Invisible Hand is the new name we give to an old device originally known as Hold Out.

You can do wonders in your magic act with this device. You can vanish different objects, change colors, sizes or shapes, cut and restore a rope, etc.; standing in front of the audience with your hands away from your body and away from the table. You can show your hands before and after the effect. You can do magic with balls, eggs, cards coins, silks, bills, watches, pens, etc. It is useful either in Close Up or Stage.

Note: that this item is the hold out prop only, and does not include instructions. For the set, including DVD instructions, check out the Invisible Hand Set.


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  • Adam asks: What do I need to be wearing to perform this. Please remember I usually prefer to perform nude.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will need a jacket. And underwear (that's not for the trick - that's just good manners).
  • Matthew asks: Can I only vanish and produce magnetic objects or does this work for non-magnetic objects too?

    • 1. Tony answers: This will work with a non-magnetic as well
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  • David asks: Does this allow us to transform items as well? What is the size limit for the things we can manipulate?

    • 1. Jim answers: Yes. Something that can fit in your closed hand. For the full product, you should look at the Invisible Hand Set.
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Customer reviews for The Invisible Hand



I had never before considered using a holdout, but in the 1980s I was a fan of Michael Ammar’s topit. I was convinced by the performances on the DVD, however, that this version of the holdout is more suitable for me than a topit. Eventually I will order the accessories to go with it. Meanwhile, I recommend this to all serious performers. As with the topit, however, it would be important to not overuse it.