Rope- Magicians Soft 50ft
Perform rope tricks more smoothly and easily!

Rope- Magicians Soft 50ft

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Perform rope tricks more smoothly and easily with professional quality rope!

$12.99

90-0307
Ages 10 and up   Level 1

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Description

NOW AVAILABLE IN THREE VIBRANT COLORS!
Choose WHITE, RED or YELLOW!

Superior quality cotton blend super soft rope for use in performing rope magic.
The better the equipment, the better the magic looks!
So soft you will not need to pull the core out of the rope to get the suppleness you want!

Choose Brilliant White or Vibrant Red or Bright Yellow when you place your order.
YOU WILL GET 50 FEET OF ROPE in one continuous length.

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Ultility items are things like replacement rubber bands, spare coins, extra balls and other items that are not tricks in themselves, but supplies that are useful to magicians.

What You Get

Here's what you'll get:

  • 50 feet of soft Magicians Rope
  • NO instructions

Rope only. You supply the trick or routine.

Tips & Ideas

Care and Preparation:

Cutting the Ends
The best way to cut your rope without creating frayed ends is to first determine where you want to make the cut. Take some tape (duct tape works well, as does masking tape or even Scotch tape) and wrap the tape several times around the spot where you will make the cut. You'll want at least an inch or two of taped area at the site of the cut. Now go ahead and cut the rope by cutting where the tape is wrapped. You'll end up with your rope ends already taped and secure!

Sealing the Ends
Good rope will fray if you don't seal the ends. If your ends are already cut, just wrap some tape around the ends, like you see on the end of a shoelace. You can also dip the end into some Elmer's Glue and hang the rope until the glue dries. There is also a product called Tool Magic (sold online at JewelrySupply.com or FireMountainGems.com) that is a light blue rubbery substance made for adding a protective layer to jewelry making tools. It works really well if you dip your rope ends into it, too.

Cleaning the Rope
First make sure you have secured the ends from fraying by either taping them or gluing them. Next, fill a bowl (or your sink) with some warm (but not hot) tap water and a few drops of detergent. Put the rope into the water, and gently swish it around in the bowl. If it is very dirty, let it sit in the water for at least a half hour, then repeat the process and let it sit in the new warm soapy water for another half hour. If you have white rope and want to make it whiter, make a third bowl of water and add BLUING (sold in the laundry detergent section at supermarkets, Walmart, etc.) Bluing is what makes white clothes white. Don't add bleach- it will make the rope weak and brittle! Don't scrub the rope- it will fray the fiber. When your rope has been cleaned, rinse it well in warm running water. Squeeze the excess water from the rope and lay it on a clean towel to air dry. Don't put it in the dryer- it will fray the fiber.

Customer Reviews

more colors
Like the rope but wish it came in more colors. I think I have seen blue rope. If you sold blue rope I would buy it. Your shipping was very fast thank you.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from WV. on 1/17/2016
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soft
Soft and flexible. The color is very vibrant. You can wrap the ends with duck tape or you can dip the ends in Tool Magic if you want to make a long lasting trick with them like Professor Nightmare.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from NV. on 6/4/2015
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Really Worth It
I used to just buy nylon rope at my local hardware store, and remove the core myself, and I saw little or no reason in buying magicians rope. Then I went ahead and bought a coil. The soft cotton is so much easier to cut with sissors, and it's very convenient to not have to remove the core myself. To top it off, this is cheeper than the nylon rope in the same length coil. I still use nylon rope if I run out of this before my next order arrives, but I am definitely converted to using magicians rope!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from UT. on 8/21/2015
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No Complaints
Nice weight. No core. Ends can be tied, sewn, taped or glued to keep from fraying. Very workable. I dipped the ends in Elmers Glue to give them a nice finish.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from TX. on 1/13/2016
5
best price, best quality
After trying many types of rope, the kind that is sold on this site seems to be the best. It is definitely better than what you get at Walmart. Also I bought some off Amazon and I was sorry. It cost more than this rope and it was not as good. I am getting ready to order my 3rd hank of rope from you guys.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from IN. on 1/5/2016
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Not All Rope Is Magicians Rope
Magicians rope is not just any ordinary rope. It's soft, bendable and easily cut-able for tricks like the cut-and-restored-rope trick. You can wash it by hand if it gets dirty from handling. Ordinary rope will fall apart if you try that. This rope is not a common item on the internet, but Magictricks.com usually has it and in colors, too. If you are a magician, it's the only way to go.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from NY. on 11/15/2015
5
NOT AS ADVERTISED!!!
What a piece of junk!!!Too thin,dirty and kinda sticky.Your better off buying premium thick,wide and very SOFT ROPE-30 feet in length,for $20-$25. It's a lot easier to work with.You'll have to shop around to find it though.
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Reviewed by:  from WA. on 1/15/2016
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