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This is Scott Alexander’s work on the classic Add-A-Number pad.
There’s been a problem with Add-A-Number pads in the past. They look a bit, well, weird. Who would have a leather holder for just a couple of pieces of paper? What is it meant to be?
Aesthetics aside, the other problems sometimes encountered involve the spectator accidentally opening the wrong part. And don’t get me started on refilling the thing.
Scott Alexander has solved all that with his brilliant Bias Pad. It uses sticky “post-it” style notes. Refills are super easy. You just stick on a new note.
It’s small and will fit in any pocket, and you can be sure that your spectator will not accidentally open the wrong section.
What you get
- Bias Pad
- Sticky notes
- Video instructions
- Full performances
- Incredible routines including contributions from Colin Cloud and Nate Krenzo
You’ll want to carry this in your pocket all the time.
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Marcelle asks: Hi there! is this notepad usable exclusively for Add-A-No, or are there other effects we could be performing with it that are built into the item?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can use it for other effects too.
William asks: In the pictures, the cover of the case says "Bias Pad by Scott Alexander." This sure does make it look like a gimmick rather than like something that came from an office store. When I use the pad, will this label be on it or can it be removed?
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- 1. Tony answers: There is no text on the pad and it looks like a regular pad