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Scott has kept this a closely guarded secret until now. You've seen the rest, now see the best! You know the plot, and the storyline, and the horror stories associated with this effect, but now you don't have to worry. Scott has taken all the danger out of this effect without taking away the impact. Here are a few things to know.
- Bags can be loaded in front of the audience
- Spike is examined and confirmed to be real by the audience
- Audience can freely choose which bag you smash
- The sneaky stuff happens right in front of their eyes
- No funny moves, it's super clean
- 100% safe
In addition, you can even hammer the spike into a piece of wood and give it away as a souvenir at the end.
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Customer reviews for Nailed It
I've read several reviews online of people who purchased this and were disappointed with what they receive. I think that's misguided. You're paying for what the audience sees, and what they see is an amazing effect with intrigue and drama. And I love the "proving" points that Scott Alexander teaches. Just as magicians can mystify and entire theater with a thumb tip, this is the type of trick that may be lo-tech in method, but an absolute winner in effect. I love this.
You get what you ask for - a really 100% Sage version of russian nail roulette trick. But is it worth the money? I do not know. I guess I expected a bit more from a 249$ trick. Once I learned the secret I was dissapointed. The trick doesn't allow you to have people behind you, and mostly I think it's overpriced. Scott explains that you are paying for the idea, but for 249$ I could get a smartphone, and a phone which lets you connect to the whole world's archives of knowledge, have fun, watch films, talk with someone miles away is far much better idea, whitch I gladly pay for. This one tho? Overpriced.