This trick is not for everyone.
This one is all about your presentation.
If you like to perform an effect right out of the package, this may NOT be the one for you.
But if you present it the right way, it gets an AMAZING reaction!
And don't miss the new mat for the Resistance Chest!
We think this mat is a "must have" accessory for anyone who performs the Light and Heavy Resistance Chest.
This special mat makes the chest even MORE deceptive and even EASIER to use!
Each Chest is individually handcrafted by a skilled woodworking artisan.
Each artisan may use different wood and a slightly different overall outside box design.
Since the artisans are contracted by the manufacturer, which is not us, we have no control over which artisan's work is currently being shipped by the manufacturer.
But no matter what the outside Chest looks like, they all work exactly the same way.
Each Chest is inspected and tested for smoothness of operation.
And ALL of the Chest designs are great- and very well made!
The Chest currently shipping is the one shown in the PRODUCT PHOTO.
Questions? Please call us at 540-832-0900 or use our handy CONTACT FORM.
The Light and Heavy Resistance Chest can be presented as an incredible demonstration of strength!
An unbelievable exhibition of magical powers!
A fascinating mystery your audience will be talking about for a long time to come!
This trick even stopped a revolution! Read "History & Trivia" below!
A beautiful piece of equipment that is so easy to operate!
Display the chest to your audience.
Set the chest on a table.
Ask a member of the audience to join you for the Light and Heavy Resistance experiment.
Let him lift the chest- he can do it easily.
Mention that you have the ability to take his strength away, merely by possessing some personal item of his.
Let him hand you any item from their pocket- a handkerchief, a coin, a wallet.
Place the item inside the box, and close it up.
Now when he tries to lift the box, he finds it very difficult!
It's like his strength is gone!
Of course, you open the chest again, return the item, and he is now able to easily lift the chest once more.
You can also use this presentation: after explaining that some items appear much lighter than they actually are, ask the spectator to lift the chest.
He can't do it very easily- the chest seems very heavy!
Now, explain that maybe it's what's inside the chest that makes it so heavy.
Open the chest, and take out a single, featherweight silk scarf!
Close the chest, and NOW the spectator can lift it with no problem!
This is a true piece of quality apparatus.
No assistant or stooge is needed- you use real people from your audience!