IARVEL Watch

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IARVEL Watch

249.95 usd

Trick by Bluether Magic and Iarvel Magic (249.95)

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An innovative piece of magic tech developed as part of a special collaboration between IARVEL Magic and Bluether Magic. Building upon the success of extremely popular "Infinity Watch", this elegant magician's watch is your secret weapon for secretly controlling and manipulating time.

You remove your watch and give to a member of the audience to examine. Once they're satisfied, it is returned to you and you set a time without them seeing. The watch is then given to the volunteer to hold as they envision a time that is signficant to them. They then flip the watch over and are stunned to see that it's set to the exact time they were thinking of.

This gorgeous watch was designed to look just like an authentic high-end timepiece. It allows this powerful utility to hide in plain sight on your wrist. Increased water resistance also amplifies it's durability compared to other similar devices.

Record-Breaking, Flawless Execution
The "IARVEL Watch" holds the record as the fastest time-manipulation device on the market. It can reach any desired time within just 0.6 seconds. It does this with flawless accuracy too. Both hour and minute hands land precisely on the intended time, synchronized to the very millisecond.

Uninterrupted Performances
There is no need to worry about signal lag thanks to the Hyperlink Bluetooth technology. Even if a brief interruption occurs during your performance, the watch will rapidly reconnect within a fraction of a second and instantly transmit the intended time.

Streamlined Connection and Unrivaled Range
The watch seamlessly pairs with the included IARVEL Magic App, allowing you to use it confidently at an impressive range of up to 30 meters. This new and improved app also allows you to effortlessly control multiple "IARVEL Watches" simultaneously.

Extremely Long-Lasting Battery
Innovative IWV3 technology allows you to perform for upwards of an entire year without needing to replace the battery.

Multiple Control Methods
Personalize your performance with a variety of different control methods.

  • Voice control
  • Remote control
  • Swipe control
  • Photo album control (a custom-made numbered photo system)
  • Control from other IARVEL devices (like the IARVEL Pad)
  • NFC Control
  • Force control (where you don't even need to have your phone)

"IARVEL Watch" is available now in four stunning versions: Gold Case/White Dial, Gold Case/Black Dial, Silver Case/White Dial, Silver Case/Black Dial

PLEASE NOTE: The IARVEL Magic App is only available on iPhone.

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  • Keith asks: Can the battery be replaced at a local jewelry shop or is it a special battery? If special battery, how much and how would we go about having it done? Thanks.

    • 1. Iarvel answers: Yes, the battery can be replaced at any watch repair or local jewelry shop. The battery itself will last around 1 year with Bluetooth turned on 24/7, even longer if you decide not to turn on Bluetooth.
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  • Omid asks: I think the numbers on watch they’re so difficult to see for spectators when you want to reveal the exact time and during the show.is this watch available in normal display numbers?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: At the moment the watch is only available in this condition
  • Klaus asks: Remote Control: is a numeric number input possible with the Wilson Nexus Remote or the Atom 2 ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: From the creator: Our watch doesn't work with any Bluetooth remote, only the one we are releasing soon.
  • Peter asks: Two questions please.. this is not able to function for an Android phone is that correct and where can I purchase the other items..remote control, picture cards etc..thank you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Correct, IPhone only at the moment This isn’t discussed in the tutorial, you would need to contact the creator directly to obtain this information
  • George asks: 2 questions: Can this keep time as a normal watch? When are tech creators (in ANY medium, art form...) going to realize that MOST of the world is Android? Any indication, talks, thoughts, or even fabricated stories of if/when/ever it will be compatible with Android phones?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: IPhone only at the moment This isn’t discussed in the tutorial, you would need to contact the creator directly to obtain this information
  • Iarvel asks: A quick correction regarding on the remote control. IARVEL WATCH doesn't work with any Bluetooth remote, it only works with a remote we are releasing soon, please stay tuned. -IARVEL MAGIC

    • 1. George answers: A question for Iarvel answer: When will it be compatible with Android??? Also, does it keep actual time?
    • 2. Iarvel answers: We are aiming to finish with the Android app in the next few months, and yes, IARVEL WATCH does keep a real time and can be used as a normal watch.
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  • Charles asks: On the app where a keypad is disguised as a group of photos, can I use photos out of my library or do I have to use whatever photos are in the app for each number on the keyboard?

    • 1. Jim answers: You can use your own photos. You'll need 12.
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  • Todd asks: can the watch crown be turned by the spectator and used as a "force a specific time" type of effect?

    • 1. Todd answers: Clarifying my own question - if someone turns the crown, do the hands turn? and, subsequently, can the spectator turn the crown (face down) themselves? I realize forcing is the whole point of the tech... was trying to describe a specific presentation.
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