AmazeBox Kraft

Trick by Mark Shortland
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AmazeBox Kraft

59.95 usd

Trick by Mark Shortland ($59.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Thursday morning
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The Amazebox and Amazebox Black remain Vanishing Inc's best sellers of ALL TIME. Now this critically-praised, best-selling trick just got three notches BETTER.

Introducing the Amazebox Kraft by Mark Shortland - a collaboration with our friends at Theory 11. This tool is the finest stage switching device ever manufactured, and is now in kraft cardboard. By camouflaging the same ingenious Amazebox design with a standard, cardboard-brown box, the prop doesn't feel like a prop at all--it's just a simple box that your spectators drop their ideas into. If only they knew...

The Amazebox Kraft allows you to switch up to 200 small, folded pieces of paper (or playing cards) for your own pre-written papers...without EVER touching the box. For example, during your intermission you can invite everyone at your show to think of their favorite film, write it down, and drop it into the "simple" cardboard box onstage. YOU NEVER GO NEAR IT. When you return to the stage, you can invite any spectator onstage to open the box, reach inside, and pull out any paper at random. Voila! You've just executed the cleanest, most direct force we've ever encountered, all thanks to the Amazebox Kraft!

There are THREE notable design improvements to get excited about:

  • It packs smaller than previous models, and still packs totally flat.
  • There are now metal reinforcements and a magnetic locking system, making assembly at your gig a four-second process.
  • Stronger materials. This cardboard is long-lasting and durable.

There is also a completely new instruction video detailing several new handling ideas and suggestions from the thousands of happy users around the world.If you already have an Amazebox you know the POWER of this prop, and you can see the advantages of Amazebox Kraft. If you've never experimented with Amazebox before, Amazebox Kraft is PERFECT entry model to add to your next parlor or stage performance.

Assembled size: 9 5/8 x 6 7/8 x 7 1/8. Pack Flat Size: 22 5/8” x 16 7/8


Community questions about AmazeBox Kraft

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  • Randy asks: Can you tell me more about “the magnetic locking system” - I have an Amazebox Black - so what is reinforced and where are the magnets? Thanks Randy

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The magnets are in place to help hold the secret area more tightly.
  • Paul asks: What are the dimension of the Box ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Approximately 9 ¾ x 7 x 7 inches.
  • Bryan asks: Can you open up the box to show it empty before spectators start to put their slips of paper into the box?

    • 1. Tony answers: I don't think you can do that, but you can let spectator look thought the hole.
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  • One asks: Is there a explanation video?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes there is!
  • Torsten asks: Is this the same as amaze box black and amaze box Kraft and if not what are the differences?

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    • Manos asks: Compared to the original white Amazebox which I own, how much bigger is the secret compartment in the Kraft version. I want to use it to switch in/out #1 coin envelopes. How many approximately can fit in the Kraft's secret compartment? Thanks in advance.

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      • doug asks: I purchased the 'Amazebox' craft cardboard version about a year ago. I see in the latest product description that "There are now metal reinforcements and a magnetic locking system, making assembly at your gig a four-second process." Can you explain this and are there instructions on how I can retrofit my model to incorporate these charges?

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        • Humboldt State University - asks: Is there printing on outside of the box (i.e. AMAZEBOX, Theory 11, etc.,) as shown in the pictures; or is it completely blank?

          • 1. Adam answers: Blank.
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        Customer reviews for AmazeBox Kraft



        Really great forcing device. Very unsuspicious (if that's a word!).
        Super simple (I love easy and simple). So I love this.



        I bought the first Amaze box when it came out and that was a great product. This one is made even better and looks innocent. Two thumbs up.



        Absolutely love this! The kraft version is so unassuming that it couldn't possibly arouse suspicion but has the potential for devastating effects. Superb utility device.



        Excellent tool for my act.
        Simple to use and very convincing.



        AmazeBox just keeps getting better and better. This one is the least suspicious of all, has pre-assembled closures (not that the original was difficult), holds enough for a stage show, and packs flat!



        I recently upgraded from the original Amazebox to the "Kraft" version and I am very pleased with my purchase. In addition to it being able to hold more billets, it's also sturdier and more deceptive than the original (those who already own this will understand). I also like that it packs flat and can be transported inside the shipping carton (just be sure to cover the word Amazebox!). If you elect to purchase this then you may also want to pick up a copy of the new AmazeBook by creator Mark Shortland. It contains many useful routines and ideas to get your creative juices flowing.



        This is an excellent switching device, but I have to admit the tabs don't want to stay down for me. And believe me, I've worked that part of the box through about 200 open/shut cycles, and it just is "iffy".

        Which doesn't REALLY affect the trick.

        I wish it was smaller, as it's difficult for me to carry, but it is one wonderful device.



        Just bought another one after reading what I had thought to be the "updated" description above. The ad copy claims that "there are now metal reinforcements and a magnetic locking system." If so, they are nowhere in evidence in either of the two "AmazeBox Krafts" that I now own. Yes, the box is of heavy-duty cardboard, but it is held together, and just barely, by velcro rather than magnets, and there is no sign of metal reinforcement. A great prop, but either the prop should be altered to match the description or the description altered to match the prop.



        It is a great idea and I will use it. My only concerns are, the velcro does not hold as strong as it should. There might be a better way to hold down the side flaps than the two small pieces of velcro. There is also a concern about the bottom opening when you don't want it to, especially if handed out and passed around the audience; however, this box is a great idea and is worth the cost. I just think there needs to be a couple of slight variations/improvements to fix these two small concerns.

        AmazeBox Kraft by Mark Shortland