Butterfly Box

Trick by Kelvin Chow
$100.00 In stock. Order in the next 6 hours, 48 minutes and it will go out today!

Butterfly Box

100.00 usd

Trick by Kelvin Chow ($100.00)

In stock. Order in the next 6 hours, 48 minutes and it will go out today!
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Pure. Elegance. That's what this is. If you're looking for a poetic, stunning way to end or begin a close-up performance, this polished wooden box is what you're searching for.

This elegant little box, handmade of real polished, finished wood, allows you to change what appears to be a loose deck of playing cards into ANYTHING of similar size. You can, for example, show the cards in the box, remove four Aces, and then change all the other cards into four silver dollars, so you can perform a version of Matrix.

You can change a deck of cards into grains of sand or sugar.

You can change a deck of Butterfly cards into a real butterfly.

The possibilities are endless, and it always works the same way. Absolutely no technique required to master. The apparatus does everything for you. This is a beautiful package, and one you can insert into your set to make a beautiful transition, or simply add on an unbelievable closer.

The Butterfly Box is a Vanishing Inc. exclusive and will not be available elsewhere.


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  • 1.

    Jonathan asks: Can the BUTTERFLY BOX be used to switch one deck for another?

    • 1. Tony answers: I'm afraid that you can't do that
    • 2. Jacbo answers: There is a box that will do this for you. I'm not trying to sway you from buying the Butterfly box, I plan on ordering mine over this coming weekend. Anyhoo, there is a box called MAGIRO KARTENAUSTAUSCH - CASSETTE. The construction of the box is very unique. Magiro of Italy made these years ago and there is one for sale on an auction site. The Magiro box would compliment the Butterfly box. I was told that Magiro on made a few of them years ago, so the switch box is rare. The seller is a stand up gentleman from Italy. Again I'm not trying to sway you from this Butterfly box, I would highly recommend both actually. Hope this helps you a bit. Mad Jake Jr.
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  • 2.

    Paul asks: Can the Butterfly Box be inspected by the audience/spectator?

    • 1. Tony answers: I think a spectator can figure out if they play with it in 10 mins
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  • 3.

    Stephane asks: Does the switch produce much noise? How fast is the reset?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's silent, you will need 30 seconds - 1 minute to reset
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  • 4.

    Cesar asks: Does the instructional video provide any valuable information on working with butterflies? (Which type of butterfly to use, handling, storing, life cycle... etc)

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! I think the butterfly just a name of the box, in the explanation he does not provide any information about that
    • 2. Benjamin answers: Previous answer is incorrect if we account for Kelvin Chow talking about waiting 5-10 minutes before using a butterfly It goes into a dormant state apparently so it doesn't fly away. He also claims that it's possible to use a very small pond ??. To further expand upon this, I'm going to say just stick with anything no higher than 5 stacks of coins. It's not a lot of space for some of the grander things you may think of pulling out of a box. Hopefully this answers your questions and may persuade you to purchase it? ?
    • 3. Irwin answers: I don't suggest using a Butterfly. If it flys away then you get a dead Butterfly and today we have far to little of them now. Just my .02 sorry if I offend you but I am on the Butterfly's side. Peace!
    • 4. Houston answers: The astonishment in the eyes of a child or any layperson for that matter would be well worth the life and death of one butterfly! Having said that...if you don't wanna use a butterfly, how about one of those real long, creepy cock roaches!
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  • 5.

    David asks: Do You Get The Butterflie Cards Or Just The Box?

    • 1. Tony answers: You will get the box only
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  • 6.

    Rick asks: Does it come with the special deck shown in the video?

    • 1. Tony answers: You only need to provide a few regular playing cards by yourself
    • 2. Benjamin answers: Plan to store about no more than 8 cards
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  • 7.

    Royce asks: I see where you answered the question if the box can be examined. The spectators usually only look at something like that for a few seconds and then hand it back. That being said, do you think it would then be safe to let the spectator examine the box?

    • 1. Tony answers: I don't think it's safe to let the spectator examine the box. Sone will be easy to figure out some don't and I think it's not safe
    • 2. Jacbo answers: When did handing your expensive or valuable props out to a spectator. This seems to be the Norm now for performers to hand out their valuable apparatus. I notice the trend starting in 2017 or maybe earlier. When it come to handing a prop out inspection, plain and simple, don't do it. The delivery and impact on the spectators performance of the effect should leave them thinking. I always make sure I go right into my next effect to distract them from the idea of seeing my props. Just my 2 cents. Mad Jake Jr.
    • 3. Kevin answers: In my humble opinion, just for me, if the effect is lacking a presentation then you will be concerned about having the box examined. In other words, if the effect is just about how the box changes something, then the box is the trick and will bear the heat of the effect. If the box is a tool used to create something more meaningful, and not the subject of the effect, then handing it out for examination becomes meaningless and unnecessary.
    • 4. Mark answers: Another way to phrase it: What would Shin Lim do? :-)
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  • 8.

    Timothy asks: Does the box work both ways? Can I use it to produce a deck and then vanish it? Thanks!

    • 1. Tony answers: You can't do that I'm afraid
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  • 9.

    Peter asks: Can the box be tilted and shook to make it appear that nothing is left once the deck disappears?

    • 1. Tony answers: Sorry! I'm afraid that I do not completely understand your question, could you please clarify it?
    • 2. Peter answers: Can the box be lifted upside down after the cards disappear without them falling out?
    • 3. Tony answers: Yes! you can do that ;)
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  • 10.

    Douglas asks: Can I use the "deck" shown in the box for a full deck effect (like say for instance ambitious card or any other "any card" effect)

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! but you can use a few cards to do a small packet trick like Dr. Daley the last trick or Twisting the Aces etc
    • 2. Chow answers: Hi there, this is kelvin chow form the TOT magic team. While the box cannot vanish a full deck, in the tutorial, we did show a practical handling that would allow you to begin with a full deck inside the box, and switch in the gimmick for the kicker ending.
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  • 11.

    M Sidney asks: What type of wood is this made from? What are the dimensions?

    • 1. Chow answers: The box is made with Black Walnut wood.
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  • 12.

    Raven asks: After our purchase should the video be in the video section on our account?

    • 1. Tony answers: The instruction video will available under Vanishing account later (next 3 - 5 days). You will receive the instruction link on the package when it has arrived
    • 2. george answers: The instructions link does not work. Is there another way to view?
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  • 13.

    Michael asks: Can I carry around a real working deck of cards in the box (without doing the trick) ((At first))

    • 1. Chow answers: The box does fit a full deck. but to move on to the butterfly effect, you would need to switch in the gimmick. In the tutorial, we have offer a practical handling to switch in the gimmick halfway along the performance, and we also supplied the part needed for the switch.
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  • 14.

    John asks: Sorry if this has been asked but I couldn't see a definite answer. The 'deck'is a gimmick. Is the gimmicked deck included or is it a separate item? Thanks

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will need to supply your own cards.
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