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Make a burst of fire appear on command with this clever electronic prop from Bond Lee.

"Inflamed" by Bond Lee looks like an ordinary ashtray. But, it's actually one of the best and easiest ways to ignite your magic and mentalism...literally.

You place a piece of paper in the ashtray. Then, on your command, the paper bursts into flames. This allows you to add a stunning visual moment to any magic or mentalism routine.

Comes with:

  • "Inflamed" unit
  • Remote control
  • USB-C charging cable

Please note that "Inflamed" requires Flash paper or flash cotton. These items are not included and must be purchased separately.

IMPORTANT: You must be 18 or older to purchase and use this product.


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  • Davis asks: I see the product requires flash paper and/or flash cotton. I’m wondering if the flash products are required for the initial ignition and THEN that ignition ignites the flash items you put in the tray? Or can you simply put your flash items in the tray and the tray ignites those items on their own? I mainly ask on account of setup. Is there more set up than simply turning on the tray? Can you just turn on the tray and put your flash paper in the tray during the performance for it to be lit?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Hey, if you email us at we can discuss this in more detail with you
  • Fredrick asks: This looks like the Magic Smith release, Flash Tray, from about ten years ago. I imagine that the technology has improved however is it any different?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Similar principle in terms of a remote controlled ignition device. But yes, in ten years that kind of technology has become more reliable.
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