Accessory by Lee Alex ($35.00)
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The largest devil's handkerchief available on the market today. You can wear it anywhere you go!
"Every magician needs a Devil's Hank: it's an essential tool for good magic. Lee has created one of the FINEST you'll ever obtain." Jeff McBride
Lee Alex's Devil's Bandana is a remarkably clever utility device that can be worn as a neckerchief, bandana or face covering—allowing you to perform miracles at a moment's notice.
This huge handkerchief measures a massive 20 inches (50 square cm) on each side. With such ample amounts of material, you also gain access to a spacious secret pocket that can vanish large items with ease—including those nearly as big as a wine bottle. Made from a single piece of fabric, it also offers extra strength and durability for continued performances.
Concealed buttons make finding the secret pocket easier than ever and an amazing NO-SNAG POCKET helps better disguise the items once they've been vanished.
Devil's Bandanas are manufactured with a gorgeous silk satin fabric and are available in either Red or Blue.
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Gordon asks: Wait, how big is this? It says "20 square inches" but that would be about 4.5" on a side, which is pretty darn small.
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- 1. Jim answers: I think he means that it is 20 inches by 20 inches (so 20" each side).
- 2. Lee answers: Indeed the bandana measures 20 x 20 inches (50 cm) on each side.
Customer reviews for Devil's Bandana
It's a nice, large, devil's handkerchief. It has the same issues as a lot of other products that use the same general principle: when light passes through it, you can see the method. While this is a lovely product, it is also a silk bandana, making it look a little "off" as compared to the more rough cotton of typical bandanas. The pattern is all top hats, rabbits, and card suits, making it obviously a magic prop.
All this to say, I still love this product- I'm planning on wearing it over my M95 for the forseeable future & using it as a pocket square/general bandana once society returns to some kind of normal. This isn't something that I am going to wear for "naturalness", but instead as more of a functional fashion accessory. If you're also looking for a magic-themed bandana, pick this up- if you're looking for an innocent looking bandana that does magic, make your own.