Collapsible Wine Glass

Accessory by Joshua Jay
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Collapsible Wine Glass

29.95 usd

Accessory by Joshua Jay ($29.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Joshua Jay’s solution for bringing your card magic to larger parlor audiences.

Using a wine glass is one of the most sophisticated and intriguing ways to—quite literally—elevate your card magic. Moving your routines to a vertical plane allows them to become more visible to everyone in the audience. But depending on a venue to have a suitable glass is a risky endeavor and traveling with such a fragile item is a nightmare. After spending years unsuccessfully trying to find the perfect glass, Josh decided to take matters into his own hands by creating “Collapsible Wine Glass.”

Magician-first Design

While other portable wine glasses exist, this one has been specifically built from the ground up with card magic in mind. Featuring a vintage square wine glass design, the “Collapsible Wine Glass” is not only stylish but also much better suited for adding and removing playing cards than the typical rounded shape. This elegant, crystal-looking wine glass was custom-molded to seamlessly hold an entire deck of cards, making it the perfect companion for any card effect you wish to make play bigger.

Flexible and Convenient

When traveling, you won’t have to worry about a delicate stem snapping either. Just unscrew the stem, flip it over and screw it directly into the bowl, instantly transforming the “Collapsible Wine Glass” into convenient extra storage for other props. It assembles and disassembles in seconds, and everything fits in the included carry case for easy transport.

Durable Enough for the Working Pro

Shatter-resistant plexiglass makes this the ideal accessory for any magician, especially those with rigorous performing schedules. You get all the same luxurious aesthetics of a real glass, without any of the hassle. The added protection of the foam case ensures your “Collapsible Wine Glass” will always arrive safely, giving you one less thing you worry about while setting up.

Collapsible Wine Glass features

While the “Collapsible Wine Glass” was created for your favorite card routines like “Sympathetic Ten” or “Cards Across”, astute magicians may have already recognized its versatility expands beyond card magic. Use it for all your favorite non-card material too like “Coin in Glass”, “Linking Finger Rings” or the end of your “Silk to Egg Routine”.

Anytime you need a glass in a routine, “Collapsible Wine Glass” from Joshua Jay is ready to go. It is a versatile and dependable utility accessory that every magician will benefit from owning.

Comes with custom-made glass and a compact ballistic foam carrying case.

 
 

Customer reviews for Collapsible Wine Glass

Reviewer

Michael

Mine just arrived today. The pair I bought are perfect for the Sympathetic Ten. I have been looking for something like this for a long time

 
Reviewer

Howard

These glasses are so well made. Beautiful thick acrylic and they come in their very own hard shell protective zip up case. Amazing design and quality for the price. Highest recommendation!

 
Reviewer

Lester

I bought a few of these for a routine and these are the best, practical glasses. Great for Rising Cards (Devano, etc) as well. These should last a life time if treated well.

 
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Thomas

Honestly, I didn't know that I needed to add a wine glass to my routine until I saw this gem in action. I love the compact design and included carrying case. I've already started working on a routine found in another VI product Naypes that utilized a wine glass and my audiences have been amazingly responsive. If you'd like to elevate your card magic (literally and figuratively) or just have an elegant deck display; do NOT HESITATE and pick up one of these today! You won't regret it.

 
Reviewer

James

I have been looking for a glass for a while to do a rising card effect. Great for use with other items like Magnet 0 or any effect you need a item covered. It is perfect size for a deck of cards or fewer. It is crystal clear and sets up quickly. The carrying case is a hard shell and looks very professional, just like the glass. Highly recommended if you are looking for a glass to use in your act.

 

Community questions about Collapsible Wine Glass

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  • Nigel asks: Will the glass hold a deck of cards in their tuck case comfortably?

    • 1. Jim answers: Yes!
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  • Brandon asks: Hey Vanishing Inc Team, Super random/specific question I know. But do you have any general estimate of how many quarter folded business card size billets can fit in one of these?

    • 1. Jim answers: Super random answer: a lot!
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  • Alec asks: I see a photo with what appears to be orange juice inside. Just to be clear, can it hold liquid without fear of leakage?

    • 1. Jim answers: Yes, it can!
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  • Dean asks: You claim that the Wine is Glass is 'collapsible'. Does it get any smaller than what it does in your video? I believe that the term 'collapsible' refers to something that can be 'folded' - does the glass fold / squash in any way or is it just a case of unscrewing the stem to make it smaller? Thanks

    • 1. Jim answers: It is the unscrewing of the stem that makes it smaller.
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  • Steven asks: Are there any routines taught with this? Or is it strictly a prop?

    • 1. Thomas answers: It is strictly a prop.
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  • Bob asks: Is the glass dishwasher safe?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No
  • Marshall asks: Looks great new. How do you keep it from getting hazy over time as is the case with some plexiglass?

    • 1. Jim answers: This one has yet to get hazy on me.
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  • Matthew asks: Does it make a good clink noise like glass would when using it with coins?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: While the noise is not exactly what you'd get with a real glass, the noise is nice and loud
  • Robert asks: Can it be used as a regular glass without the stem attached? Or does the threaded area go all the way through the bottom creating a hole?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: In order to hold liquid the stem needs to be attached.
  • Geoff asks: Can you manufacturer a mirror glass exactly like this glass? I would be interested in purchasing both if it could be done

    • 1. Jim answers: You might want to experiment making one with mylar.
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  • Marshall asks: The travel case is beautiful but it looks very large and bulky- packs big. If the glass is truly unbreakable, why not transport it in a drawstring chop cup type bag just to prevent scratching?

    • 1. Jim answers: That is, of course, your choice to make.
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  • Danny asks: Some card routines require multiple wine glasses (Vino Aces), this can get super pricey in a hurry. Are there any plans to offer these glasses in multi packs? Sure would be nice if you do!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not at this time but we appreciate the suggestion.
  • James asks: How tall is the glass ?

    • 1. Jim answers: Height of 195mm and a weight of 16g.
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  • Johann asks: Can the glass withstand heat from pyropaper or even regular paper burning in it?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It can with stand a quick flash from flash paper but I wouldn't recommend burning paper in it.
  • Leo asks: Will you consider making this collapsible glass in jumbo deck size?

    • 1. Jim answers: The weight of a jumbo deck might be too much. But I agree, it is worth considering.
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  • John asks: Is the stem round or soed it have some flat sides?

    • 1. Lester answers: The stem is round.
    • 2. Larry answers: If you're looking to do a paddle type move, I've put small dots of either hot glue or clear caulking on the stems of glasses, and it works just fine.
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