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Needle Thru Balloon
Pass a long, sharp needle through any balloon- without popping it!
Ages 13 and up Level 2
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Needle Thru Balloon

Item Id: 90-0762 review 1 Review(s)
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Defies science!

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Blow up an ordinary round balloon. Tie the balloon to keep the air inside, and let an audience member handle the balloon to show that it is, indeed, an ordinary balloon. Take the long metal needle, and pierce one end of the balloon. It doesn't pop! Instead, you pass the needle right through to the other side of the balloon, and remove the needle. The balloon is STILL filled with air! Now hold the balloon in one hand, and POP it with the needle!

You can use an ordinary party balloon. A pack of 10 clear balloons are supplied with the trick, so your audience can more easily see the needle as it passes through the inside of the balloon. You can purchase extra balloons from or use any ordinary party balloon.

Because the needle needs to be SHARP, it is recommended that you handle it and store it with extreme care. The best way to store and transport your needle is in the Wand for the Needle Thru Balloon, sold below. This special wand is specifically designed to safeguard the needle tip, plus it delivers a coating of lubricant to the needle each time you remove it from the wand. The lubricant makes the needle slide easier into the balloon.

BONUS! Free video gives you valuable handling tips! See the free video in the TIPS section with some really helpful information that will make you successful with this trick. If you don't know these insider tips, the trick may not work properly.

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I know it works by science but everyone is still amazed to see this. Thanks for the tips on using it too. I love your videos. You give much more information than any one else.
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History and Trivia:

The first balloon was invented by Bartolomeu de Gusmao, a priest who was demonstrating his idea for an airship by launching a miniature model that used a dried animal bladder to hold the air. The rubber balloon was invented by the famous scientist Michael Faraday as a vessel to hold hydrogen. Latex balloons as we know them today were first manufactured in 1847 in London.


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