Street Shells

50.00 usd

Trick by Chef Anton and Pop Haydn ($50.00)

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Street Shells - magic

Over six months in the making, Whit Haydn and Chef Anton have created the perfect shells for any Three Shell Game routine. Including design enhancements and tips from real working pros like Chanin, Eddie Joseph and others, these shells are perfectly weighted and balanced and they feel like real shells!

The Street Shells set includes three shells, drawstring bag and the perfect peas (both hard and soft rubber).

"They carry easily with a couple of peas in my jacket pocket, and can work on any surface--even a cocktail bar--without a mat. They look and feel and handle like real shells. They even sound like real shells when they are placed on the wood surface of a bar, or on a marble coffee-table." - Whit Haydn

NOTE: The Street Shells set is intended for those who already know a three shell routine and does not include any instructions. Take a look at the Super Shells book, Bob Kohler's Golden Shells video or Phil Cass' video if you'd like to learn a routine.


Customer reviews for Street Shells



Been working with Vernet Shells for a couple years and just got these. These things are amazing the movement is so much easier as well as the grip of both the shell and the pea. Wish I would have purchased these first. Absolutely love them.



Very good quality shells, comes with soft and hard peas plus you receive a good quality draw cord bag to store these in,
It's very easy to perform with this set.


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  • Hsiang Lin asks: What does this set include?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You receive three shells, drawstring bag and the perfect peas (both hard and soft rubber).
  • James asks: Are the shells metal, plastic or resin/other?

    • 1. Jim answers: Resin.
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