Slice and Dice with DISECTO! Yes, this chops a carrot, but leaves your volunteer's arm unharmed. And the blade is always in view!
Demonstrate Disecto by cutting carrots placed both in the top hole and the wrist hole of Disecto. Yes, the carrots are sliced! The volunteer now puts his hand through the wrist hole, and he is secured in. Place more carrots in the top hole and through the bottom hole. Your volunteer is nervous now! Push Disecto's steel blade through the carrot in the top hole, slicing it in half! Continue pushing the blade right through the volunteer's wrist, and chop the carrot in the bottom hole! Of course, the carrots are sliced, but the volunteer is unharmed.
This one can be performed surrounded! There is only one blade, and it is always in view. And the paint work is fantastic- really vivid and colorful. A work of art!
Best for adults. NOT APPROPRIATE FOR CHILDREN.
Add comedy to your routine. Start by having a Rubber Hand on the table next to the chopper. "Oops! Guess I forgot to clean up after the last show!"
Lester Lake introduced the modern concept for the stage guillotine trick and its variations.
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