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With Fruitfull 2.0, you can perform an impromptu and super easy bill-in-lemon anywhere, at any time!
That's right, as long as you have the tiny Fruitfull 2.0 gimmick om your pocket, you'll be able to perform your favorite bill or card in fruit effect at a moment's notice. The fruit and knife will be borrowed and the bill or card can be signed.
Fruitfull 2.0 is incredibly easy to use and resets instantly.
"Juan Pablo fooled me once again. This is the easiest and most practical method I had ever seen to make appear a signed note into any fruit." Mr. Tango (FISM winner)
"I cannot believe it!!! A bill signed by a spectator appears inside a fruit chosen by him in IMPOSSIBLE conditions. Juan Pablo designed an incredible method for a dream effect!!!" Henry Evans
Community questions about Fruitfull 2.0
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Mark asks: How is Fruitfull 2.0 different than the first version? Thanks.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I don't have the first version, so I do not know. Sorry!
Kam asks: Skill rating and us it made ready to use
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I think the difficult level is 6.5/10
Gary asks: I assume the tiny something is not a TT ?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You're right.
Michael asks: is the gimmick with the trick or do you make it
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The gimmick that comes with the tricks allows you to do the trick. There is nothing to make because the knife, the bill and the fruit are all borrowed.
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Customer reviews for Fruitfull 2.0
The trick takes real dexterity and very careful moves. The video is not an accurate representation of the moves needed to make the effect work well. One cannot use just any sized knife either.
My rating is a bit harsh, but my reason for it is legit. If you were hoping for a simple solution this is not it. There are too many opportunities for failure: place the gaff, load the gaff, and other things that could easily go wrong.
I'm hoping that there is something I can salvage for my $30. Unfortunately, I doubt it.