Perhaps one of the most memorable close-up routines of all time! This is the one everyone asks about- how to make two ordinary rubber bands pass right through each other.
Learn how to do this amazing illusion anytime, anyplace- with BORROWED, UNGIMMICKED rubber bands! Stretch an ordinary rubber band between the thumb and index finger of each hand. Hook one rubber band around the other, so it is visibly seen that the rubber bands are pulling against each other (see photo). Suddenly, at your command, the rubber bands pass right through each other, yet neither band is broken. It seems impossible!
No are gimmicks used- just ordinary rubber bands!
You are buying an illustrated instruction booklet which will teach you EXACTLY how to do this amazing close up effect. You supply your own ordinary rubber bands.
Watch Australian master magician Jack Daniels perform this effect:
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Borrow the rubber bands. Your spectators will be really impressed if you do this with THEIR bands!If you work in an office, do this effect at your next meeting. Without announcing that you are going to do some magic, casually pick up a couple of rubber bands, and perform the effect several times. You'll get a great reaction when your co-workers see what you are doing. You may even get a raise! :-)Use this as just one of several rubber bands tricks to do an entire routine. Turn the two rubberbands into one, break and restore the rubberband, do the Jumping Rubber Band, or another trick. See the Band-It DVD for more ideas.
booklet of printed instructions for the Crazy Man's Handcuffs effectYou supply the ordinary rubber bands.
The Crazy Man's Handcuffs was a concept by Arthur Setterington, which was later refined by Herb Zarrow, then by Michael Ammar.
The Crazy Man's Handcuffs was a concept by Arthur Setterington. The trick was later refined by Herb Zarrow, then by Michael Ammar.
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