Stasis

Trick (pre-order - ships Oct 30) by Other Brothers and Jambor
$55.00
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Stasis

55.00 usd

Trick (pre-order - ships Oct 30) by Other Brothers and Jambor ($55.00)

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We love the "balancing" plot, and "Stasis" is a wonderful impromptu piece in which you can impossibly balance almost anything right under the spectator's nose. We produced "Balance" by Joshua Jay, and this makes a lovely companion piece that you can do beforehand. It also works extremely well in close-up conditions, when "Balance" wouldn't be a good fit.

In effect, you can balance a dollar bill on a credit card, and a deck of cards on top of the bill! Balance your phone on the tip of your finger. You can modify most pocket objects so that "Stasis" can be performed with seemingly anything you find on your person.

Included in "Stasis" are two precision-made gimmicks that allow you to perform this anytime, anywhere, and with almost anything. Balance borrowed bills, bottles, pens, wallets, and even more!.

With the detailed video instructions, you'll be able to perform "Stasis" right out of the box.

 

Community questions about Stasis

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

  • 1.

    Benjamin asks: Alright, I already own Balance and as said in the description this compliments the that trick beautifully. That said, is it it's method anything like it and if not, would there be any added benefit to owning multiple Stasis to create even crazier effects?

    • 1. T.J. answers: The method is different. This is done in the hands. It’s great.
    • 2. Paul answers: I would definitely say yes. And, as stated in the answer to Q4 below; You are taught how to make more, so you will be able to make / gaff whatever you want.
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  • 2.

    Mathieu asks: Hi, Is there any light restriction ? It seems there is.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not really. You should be fine under normal lighting conditions.
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  • 3.

    Mathieu asks: Can the spectator look underneath the horizontal object ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes.
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  • 4.

    Jim asks: How long will the gimmicks last? Will 'replacements' be available for separate purchase?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: With care. through hundreds of performances. You are taught how to make more, so you will be able to make your own replacements.
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  • 5.

    Phil asks: Not a question but a comment. Ok, you hit me. This looks pretty damn good!

    • 1. Phil answers: Should say, Ok, you got me!
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  • 6.

    Michael asks: Are there any angle restrictions on this?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The angles are very good. I'd estimate about a 240° viewing area.
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  • 7.

    David asks: Since 2 gimmicks are provided, can you have the objects zig zag back and forth, or do they have to be stacked on top of each other after (of course) the 1st card that is placed. Thx

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The structure that you see in the demo is what is taught. I don't think that a zig zag will work.
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  • 8.

    jonathan asks: My main question. Does the horizontal object need to be a playing card? Could it be a credit card or ID card? Something i could potentially carry with me in my wallet? And does the gimmick need to be carried separately. Can it be stored in my wallet too without fear of it breaking? Thanks

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You are supplied with two options, a playing card and a credit card. You are taught how to make your own gimmick, so you could make up a ID, etc. Yes, it can be carried in most wallets without any problems.
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  • 9.

    irsan asks: What kind of videos instructions we got?is vemeo?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's online instruction hosted by Murphys magic
    • 2. Paul answers: Various uses of the two gimmicks are explained and performed by the Other Brothers and they are excellent.
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  • 10.

    Bryan asks: Does it have to be a dollar bill or can it be any currency used?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It can be any currency or paper.
    • 2. Paul answers: Folding like a £20 note. Not plastic like the £5 and £10 notes.
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  • 11.

    gene asks: Can objects be handed out for examination

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You are taught how to hand out the objects for examination.
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  • 12.

    Paul asks: or can we go heavier as we stack up or we have to keep it lighter. For example which scenario is safer as we stack up (1) or (2)? (1) Credit Card/Playing Card/Dollar Bill or (2) Credit Card/Playing Card/Glass of Wine? Thank you. Paul

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: In general, you want to stay light.
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  • 13.

    Adam asks: Can the spectator look below under let’s say a card that happens to be balancing? Any hard or awkward angles need to worry about?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They can look under. I'd estimate about a 240° viewing area.
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  • 14.

    R asks: In promo Jambor say no hookups, magnets,thread...but product description says comes with magnets and thread....are you able to explain promo description vs product description?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: This is a great question to ask in e-mail. Please use our contact page and ask there. Thanks!
    • 2. gary answers: They have said no thread.
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  • 15.

    Ryan asks: Can the two supplied gimmicks be used together in performance? To possibly create an even more impossible balance effect?

    • 1. Tony answers: As far as I know you can't do that. But you can try to create it ;)
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  • 16.

    Jose Manuel asks: May I use my own credit card, and it´ll still works as a credit card or its advisable to use an old credit card in order to make the gimmick?

    • 1. Tony answers: You can do that, as far as I know, the magnet does not affect a credit card. The gimmick also involved a very small magnet. In fact, you can use sticky stuff (come with the package) instead magnet if you wish
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  • 17.

    Keith asks: Hi. Does this ship from within the U.K.?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you are seeing the price in GBP, the product will ship from the UK.
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  • 18.

    gary asks: What sort of items can you use to balance and how high could you build?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you haven't already, I would recommend watching the trailer. That gives you an idea of how far you can push it (such as balancing a water bottle).
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  • 19.

    Javier asks: I have been trying to contact VanishingInc for a whole week (which is, according to my knowledge, more than 6 hours as you claim). My order was dispatched with an incomplete address and it will probably not reach me. First I tried to modify the shipping address online (clicking the tab “Change your shipping address”). The link didn’t work. I wrote five mails during the week, and got no answer from Vanishing Inc. Please give me a solution or, at least, an answer.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Usually, we didn't answer this type of question here. Please email us the order number and we will look into it for you right away. If the your Stasis returned we will re-ship it to your correct address
    • 2. Javier answers: Of course I know this is not the place to discuss shipping issues. That’s why I sent more 4 emails during the week, and I also filled the contact form. I got no answer at all. Can you please review the emails and reply?
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  • 20.

    gary asks: How easy is it to make your own?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Reasonably easy. Maybe about 15 to 30 minutes worth of work.
    • 2. Harrison answers: You have to buy some things but after you buy them it should be pretty easy
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  • 21.

    Paul asks: Is there any reason why the magnet has not been blackened with say, a permanent black ink marker? I ask this because of the position it occupies on the playing card at the commencement of a routine.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Since we do not manufacture this item, we are unable to speak to specific choices like that one.
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Customer reviews for Stasis

Tyler

This is very fun to play with, I'm testing out different objects to balance and it's a fun gimmick to unleash your creativity with.

You can watch my full in-depth review here: https://youtu.be/IMJkSpiPRZY

Hope this helps you out!