Milk Pitcher Jumbo
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Forget those small pitchers. Take a look at this Jumbo Milk Pitcher for your next performance. Measuring 18 cm wide and 20 cm high, this pitcher will hold a lot of liquid and look great doing so. It even lacks glued in pieces, so you can remove sections for washing!
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Joseph asks: Can this trick be performed as effectively with clear water as it can be with milk or cola?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You would not see the liquid if you used water.
David asks: How far down does the milk level descend after the pour ? The better made pitchers will give the appearance of 3/4ths of the liquid having been poured out of the pitcher (or at least 2/3rds) , leaving behind only 1/4th of the milk (or 1/3rd as the case may be. This is currently one of the most expensive pitchers (if not the most expensive?) on the market so a video demo showing what it looks like in performance would be helpful.
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- 1. Jim answers: It might be prudent to order one and see for yourself. You can always use the return policy to send it back for a store credit.
- 2. David answers: It was suggested: "It might be prudent to order one and see for yourself. You can always use the return policy to send it back for a store credit."
Sorry, but that seems like a lot of extra burden placed on the customer (paying for it, waiting to receive it , then having to go to the bother of boxing it up and sending it back to get a refund) if the prop doesn't really work that well. If it's a good prop then a simple video demo of the prop doing it's thing does not seem like it would take too much effort on the part of the manufacturer or the distributor (Murphy's ?). The advertising says: "Forget those small pitchers. This pitcher will hold a lot of liquid and look great doing so." Ok, but "holds a lot of liquid" is not really the main thing. What counts is how much liquid appears to have been poured out at the end. If it looks like only 1/2 the liquid has been poured out then that is not very impressive. If it looks like only 2/3rds has been poured out that is a bit better ... but the better versions of this prop will give the illusion that 3/4ths of the liquid is poured out. For $70 I don't think it's unreasonable to ask what sets this pitcher apart from the $20 - to - $45 pitchers that do the same thing. If anything the $70 pitcher should do it better ! So let's see it in action.