Make juice bottles appear, vanish, change into other bottles, multiply and pour liquid!
A terrific effect that shows up well for any size audience! And this is a big set of TEN bottles- with JUICE labels rather than the alcohol labels that come on other Multiplying Bottles sets!
You can perform this effect as the Passe-Passe Bottles, the Appearing and Disappearing Bottles, the Multiplying Bottles- or all of these in one routine!
Routine Idea #1:Show a bottle and a glass to your audience. Put them on a table and cover each of them with an empty tube. Now the magic begins with the Passe-Passe (position changing) routine! Pick up the covers- the bottle and the glass have changed places! Lower the tubes, and when you raise them again, the glass and bottle have returned to their original positions! You can repeat this as many times as you'd like.
Routine Idea #2:Just when the audience thinks they know what happens next, you move into a Multiplying Bottles routine.lower the tubes, raise them- and now there are two BOTTLES instead of the bottle and the glass! Remove one of the bottles from the tube, and place it in full view on the table. Lower the tube, lift it, and ANOTHER BOTTLE has appeared in the tube! Repeat this until you have a table full of bottles!
Routine Idea #3:A bottle of grape juice is covered with one tube, while a glass is covered with the other tube. When the tubes are lifted, the bottle and glass have changed places!This is repeated several times. Suddenly the glass vanishes, and instead a milkshake bottle is found in its place!Then every time the tubes are lifted, ANOTHER type of juice bottle is found- mango, pineapple, and orange!Your table is filled with TEN bottles!Best of all- you can even pour liquid from two of the bottles to "prove" they are "full"!
The whole set stores compactly for safe and easy transport. Made of lightweight material for years of troublefree use. Bright paper labels!
You supply the ordinary drinking glass.
Instead of using a glass and a bottle, start with just one bottle. Use two tubes, one empty and one covering the bottle. You can lift the tubes to show that the bottle has disappeared, then has moved to the other tube, then has multiplied so there is a bottle under each tube.
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