Linking Finger Ring
Link borrowed finger rings together!
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Linking Finger Ring

Item Id: 90-0346 review 1 Review(s)
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Link as easy as 1-2-3!

This beautifully crafted gold finger ring is cleverly designed to allow you to link borrowed finger rings together!

The routine: ask three of your spectators to hand you their rings. You put all of them into your palm, close your hand, and when you open your hand again, the three rings are all linked to each other!

Of course, you can unlink them again and return them to their owners, unharmed.

This trick is also called the Himber Ring, for those of you who know it by that name.

The Linking Finger Ring comes in one size only (approximately a size 8). But remember, you don't have to actually wear the ring yourself- just keep it in your pocket or closeup case, ready to use.

Performance Ideas:

Since Linking Finger Ring comes in one size only, it may not actually fit your finger. Not to worry! You don't HAVE to say you are linking borrowed rings to YOUR ring. In fact, it is most effective if you borrow three rings from different parts of your audience so they can't really see what someone else is handing you. Switch one of the rings for the Linking Finger Ring and do the link. Another idea is to "plant" the Linking Finger Ring- before your show, give it to someone to hold, and during the performance, ask that person to borrow their ring.

Here's what you'll get:

  • Linking Finger Ring (about a size 8)
  • printed instructions

You supply the other finger rings to link. Using borrowed rings is the best.


Customer Reviews
4 Stars
Wish It Came In Other Sizes
This ring is too small for me to actually wear. I did see the suggestion of just having it in your hand. That's a solution, but I wish it came in my size anyway. The effect is really great, though. Using other people's possessions is really shocking to them. They always make sure they get their rings back, too!
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Reviewed by:  from NJ. on 8/1/2015
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