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"Catch" allows you to perform coin effects that look like real magic. It's that good. Ask yourself this simple question: if you had the power to vanish a coin from your hand, what would it look like? Now keep that mental movie in your mind and watch the trailer...see what we mean? There are no tells, awkward movements, or strange presentations to justify a weird method. A coin is placed on your legitimately empty palm. The fingers close around the coin for a brief moment and when you open your hand the coin is truly gone.
But "Catch" is more than a coin vanish. It's a device with no moving parts, yet once a coin is slipped into it, it has a clever locking system so the coin won't fall out...until you wish to release it. In other words, this device not only vanishes coins, but allows you to reproduce them as well. This makes it ideal for transpositions, changes, and more. You can use borrowed or even signed coins.
- Use any small coin you like, across multiple currencies
- No magnets, elastic (or anything else!) attached to the coin
- Easy to do (but with some killer advanced handlings for the coin guys)
- Use borrowed pocket change
As well as the specially made gimmick (which is ambidextrous), you also get access to a 35-minute video tutorial during which you will learn which handling to use in which scenario.
Questions and Answers
How practical is “Catch”?
Very! In the instructional video, you will learn handlings for all sorts of environments. If you want a vanish that you can perform in walkaround situations, we’ve got you covered. If you want to perform an ultra clean coin through glass, we’ve got you covered too. Or if you are looking for eye-popping visuals that look great on camera (like the first vanish in the trailer), we’ve got you covered there too!
What size coins can I use with “Catch”?
Catch works with small pocket change. The ideal size coins are quarters, 10p pieces for 50c coins. No matter which country you live in, there will be a coin that is suitable. (It’s not designed for large coins like half dollars because that would make the gimmick ineffective.)
What are the angle restrictions?
The angles for “Catch” are very good. They will vary, depending on which method you decide to use, but for the most part, you will easily have 180-270 degree coverage.
Do I need sleeves?
The coolest part of this gimmick is that you can do it with your sleeves rolled up (but you will need to wear something like a watch or wrist strap to hold the gimmick). It’s an unobtrusive gimmick that is ready to go as soon as you need it.