Make little balls vanish, reappear and multiply!BONUS VIDEO: Get exclusive additional ONLINE instruction with expert tips from Peter Monticup!
Yes, it's a Chop Cup, but this model is such great quality for the price that we call it the Wonder Cup! This is the classic Cups and Balls effect but using just one cup- and in a small, easy to handle size!
Made of heavy duty plastic, it has a magnet built into the bottom of the cup. And wow they did a great job making this one- the bottom is really smooth!
Once you know the secret and spend a little time practicing, the ball can be made to magically jump from the hand to the pocket and back again. You can make the ball seem to travel right through the solid cup. A great routine can end with the production of a piece of fruit from under the cup! So many effects are possible.
This Wonder Cup has been cleverly constructed for optimum balance and handling. It's a pleasure to use!
Comes with very basic instructions. You'll learn how to handle the Wonder Cup plus learn a few tricks- a few VERY IMPRESSIVE tricks! But for more detailed instruction and routines, see the Chop Cup Book below.
BONUS #1: We've replaced the balls with DELUXE knit balls, to make the cup work easier for you!
BONUS #2: You'll get the password to the EXCLUSIVE online video (above) that will teach you some handling tips and secrets you won't find anywhere else!
Replacement or extra balls are available from MagicTricks.com. Our Closeup Pad makes a nice performance surface. And a Magician's Wand helps in the performance of certain routines.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Do not put the balls in your mouth. Not suitable for children under 5 years of age.
Chop Cup is 2.5" tall, 1.75" mouth diameter. Made of heavy duty black plastic.Balls are 3/4" size. One is gimmicked with a magnetic shim inside, one is regular.Balls are made with a knit covering.Instructions are very basic. For routines and ideas, please see the CHOP CUP BOOK.
The Chop Cup was invented in 1954 by Al Wheatly, who performed professionally as "Chop Chop".
Interested in magic history? Visit our free online Magic Library, full of biographies of famous magicians plus lots of magic history and trivia!
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