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An amazing invisible thread utility packed into a covert, normal-looking Sharpie pen.
Reel Sharp hides in plain sight, allowing you to float and levitate objects with ease at a moment's notice. These are some of the most powerful magic tricks you can do, and now they're available to you anytime, anywhere.
Everything comes ready to go out of the box and is super easy to use. Reel Sharp uses strong kevlar thread to make rethreading and replacing invisible thread a breeze. The detailed tutorial will teach you everything you need to know including multiple effects, hook ups and how to rethread if needed.
You'll receive 50ft of durable kevlar invisible thread. Replacement thread will be available in the future.
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Nathan asks: Does this require special refills, or can I refill it with my own thread?
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- 1. Bhavish answers: It works like a traditional reel so you can put in your own thread
Customer reviews for Reel Sharp
Reel Sharp is essentially a low end Covert Reel in a Sharpie. Its a useful ITR to have handy as this can be hidden in plain sight and the set up is pretty simple. The tension on the ITR can be a little fiddly than most, but after some familiarity, users will find this a suitable addition to any IT work.
I'm finding this "reel" fiddly. Keeps breaking and I can't get the tension back, spending hours trying to get working again with no luck. Not able to get it to work.
I bought it with some knowledge regarding reels from the past. The thread is quite finnicky, aswell as the wax not being as advertised. Instead of the one in the trailer you get a big blob of it which can't really be taken off or be reduced without risking to loose the thread after which the big search starts. The reel idea itself is great, just the execution not really on par.