WONDERFUL VERSION OF ONE OF OUR FAVORITES!
There are a number of different Okito box designs available, usually made of metal.This one is hand crafted wood, with a star-like inlay!A pleasure to hold, a pleasure to see!
What is an OKITO BOX?An Okito Box is magical mystery at its finest!The Okito Box is simply that- an ungimmicked container with a bottom and a loose-fitting lid.There are no gimmicks, no secret compartments.The magic is pure sleight of hand- it's all about the clever way this box operates when it is handled properly.
This is an amazingly versatile coin magic effect that has lots of potential, and lots of routines! This small wood box can be used to make half dollars vanish, appear, multiply, travel, etc.
The box is sized to fit U.S. half dollar coins. While it is not gimmicked (the box does not do the work- you do), it is cleverly designed to help you perform some truly amazing coin tricks.
To your spectators, it appears to simply be a small box to hold coins. In your hands, however, coins change places, vanish, and appear in the box.
Your Wood Star Okito Box is made of wood. You can polish it, stain it, or just let it take on the rich patina that comes with constant use. Either way, it looks great!
The Wood Star Okito Box comes with NO printed instructions from the manufacturer. Don't worry!To get you going right away, we're giving you an EXCLUSIVE ONLINE INSTRUCTION VIDEO! You'll learn Monticup's own special Okito Box moves that he developed with this box in mind. Plus, you'll learn several one-coin and multiple-coin routines. Remember, you can only get the online video when you order the Wood Star Okito Box from MagicTricks.com!
Half dollar coins ARE NOT included.This box uses regular U.S. half dollar coins.You can get them at a bank, at a coin dealer, or from MagicTricks.com (below).
You supply the regular half dollar coins. U.S. Kennedy Half Dollar coins and English Penny coins can be purchased at MagicTricks.com.
How to watch the ONLINE video instructions:After purchasing this trick, you will receive the password for the video.The password will be EMAILED to you with your Order Confirmation.Once you have received the password, click on the WATCH icon located right under the demo video above.The ONLINE video page will appear.Put your password in the password box, and enjoy the video!
Theo Bamberg, who performed as "Okito", introduced the Okito Box in 1909.
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