Need Your Opinion: Rubber Production Hammer

Posted by Peter Monticup on 6/29/2020 to We Need Your Opinion


WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ON THIS ITEM?

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This is a silly production item- but we think it has some potential.
Do you have some ideas to share on how you would use this hammer in a routine?
Let me show you the hammer, and then using the Comments form below, please give me your feedback.

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Date 6/29/2020
Thomas M Bohacek
Well if I needed a hammer to do some hammering then this would be the ticket for a kids show. But I am not sure where I would use it. It would have to be for the little kids.
Date 6/29/2020
Mr. G.
Cute and funny. Could be useful for a skit or comedy trick. Pricing, maybe $12...
Date 6/30/2020
John C Carpenter
Call it the MC Hammer, and have the Master of Ceremonies bring it out of the bag and bang the podium to call the crowd to order.
Date 6/30/2020
Spencer Farmans
This would be a good change bag item, especially with the use of a participant from the audience.
Date 6/30/2020
Spencer Farmans
This would be terrific with a change bag and an audience participant as a comic gag.
Date 6/30/2020
Kurt Trautmann
I bought one of these a couple of years ago and highly recommend it for kid shows. I produce several improbable and unrelated items from a small watering can during my blooming blossom/botania routine. Young kids seem to love the silly production (rubber chicken, banana, coke bottle, hammer, sausages, rubber centipede, and a spring snake. It's ridiculous but it works! I think I paid about $15 for mine, which I thought was a fair price. I'm sure it could be worked into other performances besides kid shows.
Date 7/2/2020
Hal Ottenstein
excellent item Peter, you may want to have the song from Peter, Paul and Mary playing in the background. You also may want to, after produced, secretly insert a rod like a piece of hanger inserted so you can 'hit' the table, etc. or 'hit' a nail which is part way into a board and have a sound effect play, or have broken glass in a box, 'hit' into the box and at the same time shake the box so they hear broken glass and then carefully take out and show a piece, etc.... I think it's a good prop... glad I popped in again.
Date 7/14/2020
Trey Paterson
I think this could be a lot of fun. I would buy one. I all ready have a couple good ideas for it.

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