Five bottles appear from an empty box... that's a whole lot o' bottle! A superb stage effect for any celebration.
Great quality props makes this illusion excellent value for money. The solidly made wooden box and five spun aluminium bottles that will impress you and your audience. The quality reflects the pride you take in your magic.
And as the bottles nest into each other, there's plenty of other effects they can be used for e.g. Five bottles from a gift bag.
Very easy-to-do, making it ideal for anyone new to magic. Recommended for any performer or church, school and youth worker looking a professional trick for their next show or message.
Another quality effect/beautifully made prop from the masters of Italian magic – Difatta.
The back and front of the wooden box are shown. The back and front doors are open, and the box is shown to be empty. Both doors are closed, a magic word said and, when the front door is opened, there's a bottle! Where did THAT come from? The front door is closed, the bottle is lifted through a hole in the top of the box and placed on the table.
The doors are opened and closed, showing the box is very much empty. But another magic conjures up another bottle inside. This happens again, and again, and AGAIN until five bottles fill the table. They say you shouldn't repeat a trick, but when it's this good it'd be a crime to stop.
The bottles make an impressive display around the box as you take your applause. A great ending to any magic show and a fabulous illustration for any talk.
What a fun way to illustrate Jesus first miracle at the wedding in Cana, making gallons of wine miraculously appear. This time it even comes bottled! Here's another idea. As each bottle is a different colour, the effect can be used to illustrate the different gifts and fruit of the Holy Spirit.
What could be better to show God's provision? From the Feeding of the 5,000, after everyone ate they'd need a drink, to the Miraculous Catch of Fish, 'White wine with your fish?'
'Don't lose your bottle' Makes a 'punderful' effect for a message on dealing with anger and other emotions in a healthy way. 'Remember, Don't bottle it up!'
Dan being Dan suggests telling a different gag each time a bottle appears.
- I'm going to a recycling party this weekend. The invite said to bring a bottle.
- I asked my friend why he was staring at a bottle of orange juice. He replied that it said concentrate on it.
- How big are water bottles in North Korea? One supreme litre!
There's probably no better professional illusion to invest in at this price.
- Beautifully made props - wooden box and aluminium bottles.
- Simple-to-do and quick to learn. The box does everything for you.
- Colourful visual effect - will your audience believe their own eyes?
- Plays for any size audience and age. Wine or juice, the contents are yours to decide.
Every magician needs a magical box - and this one delivers again and again and again and again and again!
Comes complete with: Gimmicked wooden box (31x23x14 cm), 5 nesting spun-metal bottles and instructions.