M&B Tube / Get Smarty
A ring, coin, or other small object vanishes and appears in a sealed pack of candy.
"M&B Tube" and "Get Smarty" by Mark Bennett both offer not one, but up to four repeatable object-to-impossible-location routines that work just as well in close up magic settings as they do for parlor and stage magic.
Both gimmicks help achieve the same amazing, modern and organic twist on the classic plot. However, the props differ based on the type of audience you typically perform for. "M&B Tube" uses mini M&M candies and is designed for US audiences, while "Get Smarty" works with smarties candies and is designed for UK audiences (each one is sold separately.)
- Versatile: You can use pretty much any small object, allowing you to adapt the routine to suit your audience or performing style.
- Repeatable: Four different iterations of the routine make it perfect for workers.
- Professional Expertise: World-class magicians Craig Petty, Jamie WIlliams, Tom Wright and Magic Singh all contributed to an immersive learning experience that provides all the subtleties and insights needed to astound every audience.
"Get Smarty" and "M&B Tube" are perfect for any magician from a seasoned performer to an aspiring hobbyist.
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Brett asks: Hi Guys
What’s the difference between the UK and US versions ? Cheers
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- 1. Fredrick answers: "M&B Tube" uses mini M&M candies and is designed for US audiences, while "Get Smarty" works with smarties candies and is designed for UK audiences.
Nate asks: Which version would be recommended for Canadian audiences? We have both smarties and m&ms here but they might come in different packages than in the US/UK.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Either version will work. The UK gimmick is made for Smarties (which are not rarely seen in the States) while the US gimmick is made for M&Ms.
Matt asks: Can I banish the ring from anywhere and what amount of practice time will it roughly require?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The ring would need to be vanished in the hands, this will require little practice depending on your skill level