Quantum (Prediction Box)
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Predict anything with this stunning, handmade wooden billet box designed with the professional magician in mind. "Quantum" by Bond Lee and MS Magic is the ultimate versatile stage magic and parlor magic tool for any mentalist or magician.
Names, words, numbers or anything you'd like is written on billets by your audience members. All of these random slips are placed in the "Quantum Box". You can see through the front that the billets are fairly mixed. One of the slips is then chosen at random. Impossibly, you are able to perfectly predict what the billet said.
"Quantum" by Bond Lee is an exceptional quality prop that is super easy to use. It offers limitless applications for the professional performer.
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Pasquale asks: Hi.
can you please give the box measurements?
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- 1. Jim answers: In the packaging, it is 7.3 x 5.3 x 5.3 inches.
Mark asks: is this basically the same as David Regal's but wood
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes and no. While it might look the same and you can do similar effects, the mechanics are slightly different.
Blazej asks: Looks neat! Few quick questions: 1) how many billets fit inside to work smoothly? 2) Can it be opened (the lid) by audience member (and I assume there may be a need for some “action” earlier, this is fine, just specifically asking about opening it)? 3) Can you “retrieve” other ideas (not predicted) from the audience or is it locked after doing what’s needed?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: 1 - About 15-20 billets are best
2 - The magician should open it.
3 - The prevues billets can not be shown after the sneaky bit has accrued :)
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