Wave them into the act!
Terrific comedy prop! Great for audience participation! And it's HUGE and COLORFUL!
You are able to spread open the fan, but when your spectator tries, it splits into several separate sections! Of course, you can repair it, hand it out again, and it breaks again, etc.!
And it's SO EASY! If you can spread open a fan, then you can do this trick!
Some customers have mistakenly thought their fan was broken after the first use. NOT SO!
To make the instructions for handling this trick easier to follow, we even made a BONUS video for you.
Peter Monticup will show you how to get the fan back into position quickly and smoothly!
All it needs is a quick adjustment to bring it back to normal.
But if you don't know Monticup's SECRET technique, you may find it hard to follow the manufacturer's instructions.
The video is ONLY available from us- you won't learn this secret and VERY USEFUL technique from anywhere else!
This one is 13" long when closed, but a big 24" wide when opened! Made with painted wood splines and heavyweight satin cloth.
History and Trivia:
Robert Nickle introduced the concept of the Breakaway Fan
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