Neomagnetic Ring

Trick by Leo Smetsers ($52.35)

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Fans of PK rings are sure to love this - a high quality PK ring that you can turn on and off - taking the PK ring concept to the next level!

The Neomagnetic Ring made from stainless steel and polished by hand, meaning it doesn't suffer from being brittle unlike many that are currently on the market. Being stainless steel, it will also not smash, crack or break, yet gives you all the advantages of a standard PK ring, plus more in that you can turn it on or off!

To be clear, the Neomagnetic Ring has a 'sweet' spot, meaning that just by rotating the ring naturally on your finger you are in control of whether you want to use the magnet or not. This 'sweet' spot is only visible to you, and through clever routining you can completely eliminate the idea of the ring being involved for those fellow magicians (and spectators) that may suspect that it is. For example, you can put a coin on the ring without it magnetising and then a second later you are ready to use the ring as a normal PK ring.

  • High quality stainless steel
  • Not brittle like many other PK rings
  • 'Sweet' spot only visible to you
  • Various sizes available

Available in five sizes, including 19mm, 20mm, 21mm, 22mm and 23mm. Simply choose your size when adding to cart.

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Customer reviews for Neomagnetic Ring

Craig Heartwell

I guess my expectations where too high for this. Some rudimentary "instructions" would be really useful; the ring came as you see in the picture in a little click pouch. And that was it. Magnet is clearly visible as the discription says so passing around for inspection (should someone suspect the ring is a trick) is not possible. The only control you seem to have for when it's "on" and when it's "off" is rotating it - there isn't an on/off control that would allow the ring to be inspected. Maybe this ring is intended only as an auxiliary tool in order magnetize something else that is the focus of the trick? Any sort of direct magnetic manipulation would be too obviously due to a trick ring.