Vanish a cane into thin air, and turn it into a silk! Or glitter! Or confetti!BONUS VIDEO: Get exclusive additional ONLINE instruction with expert tips from Peter Monticup!
Nice quality black plastic cane instantly vanishes at your command! The cane can either vanish completely, or can appear to vanish and change into two silks (which is easier to do). Excellent for stage or standup!
BONUS VIDEO: Get exclusive additional ONLINE instruction with expert tips from Peter Monticup!There is an IMPORTANT TECHNIQUE you need to know in order to get the cane to open and close properly!When you buy this cane from us, you'll get online instruction from Peter Monticup showing you EXACTLY how to operate this cane.Protect your investment! Without this information, you WILL damage the cane!You won't find this information anywhere else!
Silks are not included, but are recommended. We suggest using two 12" silks. Consider getting black silks if you want to make the illusion that the cane has changed to silks.
Cane is approximately 3" long when closed, 30"-34" when opened. Made of flexible plastic. Black with white tips.
Please note: this is not suitable for small hands, as the closed cane is too large to hide in small hands.
You supply the silk handkerchiefs, glitter, etc.
Vanish the cane in a shower of glitter. Simply load the open cane with glitter before your performance. When you make the cane vanish, the glitter will be released in a big sparkly cloud. You could also use paper confetti or mylar plastic confetti instead of the glitter. Glitter can be purchased at craft stores like Michael's, Ben Franklin, Hobby Lobby, Joann Fabrics, etc. Confetti can be purchased at party stores like Party City.Also, you can use the Vanishing Cane in a routine using the Appearing Cane first. Produce the cane at the start of your routine, then pick it up (really you are picking up a different cane- the Vanishing Cane) and make the cane disappear at the end.
Carl Rosini introduced the concept of this trick.
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