Change a magic wand into a cane that you can dance with!
Imagine- you can instantly turn a magic wand into a full size cane! Just give the wand a GENTLE shake, and POP- there's a cane in your hand! Yes, it's that simple! If you can tip the cane, you can do this trick!
Excellent choice for TALENT SHOWS or THEATRICAL PLAYS!
This high quality heavy duty plastic cane will hold up to many years of use. When extended, it will remain open, and will not flop or bend, until you push it back into the short wand length.You cannot lean on this cane, however.This cane is perfect for onstage use, and will travel nicely for repeated performances. Best of all, it requires no practice to learn the proper handling, so it's a great prop to use when you are also trying to learn theatrical lines, dance steps, etc. There's nothing to remember- it is a telescopic rod that practically works itself. Just shake it GENTLY or simply hold it upright, and you're good to go!
And that's all you need!Wand/cane is black plastic with white tips.Closed, the wand is about 12" long.IMPORTANT: this cane will hold up just fine under careful use.Strong shaking may jam the telescoping cane.Banging the cane against a hard surface, like a wall or the floor or another person, will damage the cane.The telescoping rod does NOT lock, so leaning on it will cause it to collapse.
Perfect choice for weddings or proms! Not only is this one easy to use, but it quickly folds back to the size of a wand for easy and compact storage when you are finished.
Gently "break in" the wand/cane. When you take the wand/cane out of the package, gently but firmly twist and pull the white end cap from the black part.You'll have to experiment to see which white end comes off, so be gentle.Once you get the white end off, gently pull the sections of the black cane so that it extends to its full length.Gently open and close it a few times and it will operate smoothly.
Russ Walsh introduced the concept of the Appearing Cane.
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