Magicians Mentalism Wallet
Cleverly and secretly read a message written by your spectator!
Ages 13 and up Level 2
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Magicians Mentalism Wallet

Item Id: 90-1026
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Two wallets in one!

Is mindreading REAL? Your spectators will BELIEVE after you perform this incredible effect on them! And it's multiple effects in one!

The basic mindreading effect goes like this: Let your spectator write ANYTHING on an ordinary business card. His initials, a message, a simple drawing- ANYTHING. Though the card is placed into a wallet, which is instantly closed and placed into your pocket, you will always know exactly what was written on the card.

Of course, you can also use it as a switching wallet. But unlike the traditional X-wallets commonly used for this purpose, the Magicians Mentalism Wallet has a smoother turnaround method that will fool even those who think they "know" how it works. They don't!

The Magicians Mentalism Wallet is so cleverly constructed, your spectator will never catch on to the secret workings of this great utility device. And since it is also a nice, compact, credit card size, you can easily carry it with you in your pocket, ready for a performance anytime.

Performance Ideas:

Peter Monticup says:
The Magicians Mindreader Wallet is not only a truly deceptive (but easy to use) mentalism wallet, but it's also a terrific switching wallet! I keep it with me in my pocket so I'm ready to do a mindreading effect, if the occasion comes up, but I can also switch a dollar bill for a five, for example, if I'm ready to pay a cashier or something. The wallet is an easy way to take someone's business card and switch it for MY business card- great way to make them remember your name.

Here's what you'll get:

  • Magicians Mentalism Wallet
  • printed instructions

You supply the ordinary business card.


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