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No Sense

Trick by Kyle Littleton
$59.95 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Wednesday morning
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No Sense

59.95 usd

Trick by Kyle Littleton ($59.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Wednesday morning
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"No Sense" is a coin effect of the finest caliber. Not only is the magic outstanding, with three coins changing, but the presentation is funny, calling attention to an essential truth: that most coin magic makes no sense.

What you get is a memorable and visual effect: three half dollar coins change, one by one, into three different objects: a Chinese coin, a copper coin, and a button (yes, really!). But the whole is so much better than the sum-total of the parts. "No Sense" is a complete package: the technique, the presentation, the original plot.

Better still, EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS INCLUDED with "No Sense": Three gimmicked coins, Vanishing Inc's original brand of Chinese Coin, plus a protective carry case. Creator Kyle Littleton takes you through the method in extreme detail so that you can perform this stunning routine with confidence.

If you're looking for a striking opening effect that doesn't use a table and grabs the attention of your spectators, look no further than "No Sense."

“This is the only coin trick I actually like. I've always been a card guy but looks like I am now a card guy that does one coin effect.” Ryan Schlutz

“New and novel plots in coin magic are rare. What Kyle has created is special, unique, and memorable.”Brent Braun

“No Sense is as fun to watch as it is to perform. The teaching covers everything you need to know. My favorite thing at The Session 2019.” Kieron Johnson

"Refreshing and throughly entertaining!”Nicholas Lawrence

“Coin tricks often look like juggling. Not this one! No Sense looks smooth as silk. Slow and deliberate coin magic with a quirky presentation. I love it!”Caleb Wiles

 

Community questions about No Sense

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  • 1.

    Jack asks: He said at the end....you can pass these out for inspection....is that true?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The objects are examinable, but there is a small clean-up required.
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  • 2.

    george asks: Why doesn't he perform the trick??? What kind of demo is this? No thanks.

    • 1. Michael answers: There are two options in the video....a trailer (in which Kyle doesn't perform the effect), and then a full performance, in which he does.
    • 2. Matt answers: I didn't see the options either ? Would like to see it routined. Thanks
    • 3. Steve answers: The answer is, Vanishing doesn't do a very good web-page. I've complained to them about this before. Some buttons just don't perform the way they're supposed to. Some Search-results (and other links) don't, either. But in this case, the Full Performance video isn't viewable by Apple's iOS devices. You must use your Mac (or PC).
    • 4. James answers: If you have adblock extension, it may be preventing the player mechanism that permits the Full performance video from being clicked on.
    • 5. Matt answers: Sorry, on my mobile device it did not show a routine or performance, but on the PC it does just to clarify.
    • 6. Jerry answers: Works fine on my iPhone.
    • 7. Steve answers: Looks fine on my iPad.
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  • 3.

    Ernie asks: Why doesn't the video show a complete performance of the effect?

    • 1. Sam answers: See no. 2 above. At the end of the trailer there is a possibility to view the other video with the full performance.
    • 2. Steve answers: The answer is, Vanishing doesn't do a very good web-page. I've complained to them about this before. Some buttons just don't perform the way they're supposed to. Some Search-results (and other links) don't, either. But in this case, the Full Performance video isn't viewable by Apple's iOS devices. You must use your Mac (or PC).
    • 3. Rob answers: I’ve had the same problem on Vanishing. They lean on making the trick demos like a slick commercial, ie, brassy music, fast cuts, pix of spectators, always amazed. What was great about the Art of Magic, when the brothers ran it, there was always one or two complete performances. V. relies on a TV sales pitch. Joshua Jay’s performances are well done, he’s talented, but for majority of presentations, sure miss the bros.
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  • 4.

    Clifton asks: Sorry for me to buy this . I would have to see full performance. Makes me wonder why he didn’t do this.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a full performance. See above.
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  • 5.

    Brandon asks: Practically: Is this practical for restaurants? Specifically what are the angles and reset. Can reset be done in between performances out in the open or will I need to go off in a corner somewhere?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The reset is surprisingly simple, and takes just a couple of seconds. The angles are good for restaurants - if you have people behind you, you would need to bring the coins much closer to your body, but it would still work.
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  • 6.

    James asks: Will this be available at the VanishingInc booth at Magic Live?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, it will be! Ask Kyle to demo it for you!
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  • 7.

    Rick asks: How easy are the moves in this routine?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's quite easy. I'm not a coin guy but I can do it after a day or two
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  • 8.

    Rick asks: Can both sides of any of the 50 cent coins be shown, at the beginning of the routine?

    • 1. Tony answers: I'm afraid that you can't but you can let the spectator examine at the end of the routine
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  • 9.

    James asks: The ad says the package includes everything - carrying case (I assume the little purse shown in the video) and the necessary "three" coins. What about instructions? Is a DVD included or do I , once again, have to download the instructions - which seems to be the trend these days, although I object strongly to doing this.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is an online video that you can view in your browser or download and play in a video player.
    • 2. Anthony answers: What is wrong with downloading instructions?
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  • 10.

    Jose Manuel asks: This should be produced also on Walking Liberty halfs......a hit for sure!!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you supply the coins, we can make a set with Walking Liberty halves for $120.
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  • 11.

    Guillermo asks: Does the final change have to be a button? Or can it be a poker chip or a ring or a washer etc?

    • 1. Tony answers: I think the button is great fit for this trick. A Poker chip is too big, the ring - it's possible for a ring
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  • 12.

    Ryan asks: I saw on question 10 that you would be able to make the gaffs out of walking liberty half dollars (if provided). Would you also be able to to make it out of £2 if the coins are provided

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I'm afraid we can only make them out of half dollars.
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  • 13.

    Don asks: What's the total amount of half dollars you would need to craft a set for "No Sense"? I have some nice Franklin's that would look great for this....$120.00 for a crafted set, right?...I love this forum! Peace...

    • 1. Tony answers: I think Vanishing Inc can do that for you. Please drop an email to magic@vanishingincmagic.com for more detail
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  • 14.

    Andrew asks: Any chance it can be made with Canadian coins? A twoonie? Thanks... eh. :-)

    • 1. Andrew answers: oops... just saw you answered this above.... re £2 coins.... sorry.... :-)
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  • 15.

    David asks: Hey I don't live in the US,do I have to use US coins or does it come with everything you need to perform this.

    • 1. Tony answers: Hi David, No Sense will come with everything you need for this trick
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  • 16.

    Victor asks: Can you end the effect by changing the objects back into half dollars in front of the audience? Thank you.

    • 1. Tony answers: Although Kyle does not teach that version, it's possible to do that but you can't let the spectator examine the coins at the end
    • 2. Victor answers: Thank you !
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  • 17.

    Kayla asks: Can I make my own set not using the English penny/Chinese coins/Button? Happy to do some building, just wondering of its ease to do so. Thanks!

    • 1. Tony answers: Please email to magic@vanishingincmagic.com and Kyle will be happy to answer you.
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Customer reviews for No Sense

Dwain

I am amazed Kyle has allowed this effect to be published and sold. It is so great – quirky and with a few days of practice easy to master. I wouldn’t say it is an easy trick right out of the box, but if you put the time in and learn the moves it is such a great trick. I know there is a lot of bickering on the website about the trailer – but if you look at the site on your PC you can see Kyle has done a very fair and open demo of the trick - no hype, just a great presentation. Awesome job Vanishing Inc. Even the packaging is first rate. and the price is spot on. Well done!

 

derek

I purchased this a while back during a limited pre-release at a convention. It is absolutely top-notch — have loads of fun performing it. Many people shy away (me included) from coin magic because (1) good coin magic can be difficult and (2) always a fear using coin gaffs that someone will grab and want to inspect. This is not overly difficult, and due to the fun, self-deprecating script, no one cares about examining the coins (although you can end clean with a tad of cleanup). That’s the brilliant thing about this trick— Kyle’s presentation makes this less like a “trick” and more of a fun short story that makes everyone smile. Highly recommended.

 

Chris

Full disclosure: The "protective case" mentioned in the description is the box the effect comes in. You'll want a coin purse for this to keep everything nice and tight.

That said, this is the effect that made me the coolest dad at my sons's day care. I'm a performing magician and "No Sense" was recommended to me by a guy who knows Kyle and vouched for the effect. My son took to it like a duck to water. He begs me to do it. And apparently told all his friends and teachers about it.

So one day I get asked about a coin trick I do for my son by his daycare teacher. From the description it's "No Sense." I agree to do the effect. The teacher called all the students in for circle time to see it performed.

I performed "No Sense" for a room full of four year olds and now I'm the coolest dad at the daycare. Even better than the dad who brought in Ben & Jerry's ice cream cake for his kid's birthday.

And that's why it's worth the price and the excellent rating.