Blazzard

Accessory by Cigma
$149.95 In stock - low quantity. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Blazzard

149.95 usd

Accessory by Cigma ($149.95)

In stock - low quantity. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
Blazzard - magic

Fire has long been used as a catalyst to trigger subsequent magic effects. However, heating up objects to produce effects is more like a scientific experiment, rather than pure magic. For this reason, Cigma Magic and Jeff Lee invented Blazzard, an innovative device, which allows the magicians to utilize heat without the audience's awareness as if the fire comes from nowhere.

Blazzard is a miniature heater which can be attached to the body of magicians. The changeable outlets and different design help magicians adapt to various kinds of environments. The unique remote-control is handy to manipulate Blazzard. Depending on the performing conditions, magicians can switch between different controlling modes: pressing-button controlling and magnetic controlling. There's more! You do not even have to touch the remote-control; simply with your body movements, you can trigger Blazzard at your own will.

The package includes:

  • The Blazzard device
  • A remote control
  • A rechargeable battery
  • A charger
  • Online tutorials
  • A piece of heat-proof pad

Caution: Blazzard is a high-power device. Improper usages may lead to potential danger. Please refer to online tutorials before using; do not disassemble or modify Blazzard by yourself.

 
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David Webb

Yes, there is heat. But not as much heat as I was promised. I sent a question into the team and asked if it was hot enough to light flash paper, which would be what I primarily use it for. They said absolutely.

So I ordered it. The first one came completely broken, but I eventually got the device, only to find out that it does NOT light flash paper. That is, of course, unless you hold the flash paper directly next to the device, which you can't do because then everyone would see the device. The proper way to use the device as instructed makes lighting the paper impossible.

It's not absolute rubbish because I can see uses for it. Just none that I would ever utilize. I'm mostly bitter that I was misled.