The penetration of solid through solid has always intrigued audiences. One of Houdini's most famous illusions was walking through a brick wall, which David Copperfield updated by walking through the Great Wall of China!
Here is a tabletop version of the same effect (well, sort of) in which a large 3.5" die penetrates a solid (examinable) piece of green Plexiglas which blocks the entire inside of the tube. Note the diabolical elements of the effect: The plexiglas obstruction is shown unmistakably solid, and the audience can see that the plexiglas does in fact block the tube. The tube is shown empty before the die is dropped in, and the tube is immediately shown empty after the penetration. Oh, by the way, it's a cinch to do this, so you will use it a lot!
Tube is 7.5" tall, and made of gleaming black plexiglas, smartly highlighted with silver trim. Tricks, Co has a winner here, and hard-to-find. ONLY ONE OF THESE IN STOCK!
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