Leather Fire Wallet STANDARD - hip pocket size
At last, a fire wallet that is not the size of a small briefcase! I love the visual element of the fire wallet gag, and also the emotional impact of lit flames (especially when jumping from an ordinary object). But most fire wallets are large in size, designed like breast-pocket wallets, which very few men (outside of the magic world) really use to carry their money and credit cards. The wallet size of choice is typically the hip pocket size wallet, so the fact that this fire wallet is that size makes it much more “ordinary”, and also easier to use.
This one has two sides, so the wallet can be removed from your pocket, opened to show flames burning, closed to extinguish the flames and immediately re-opened to show money, credit cards, etc. No sign of flame or fire.
Or for a magician’s only laugh, I pretend to do a classic card to wallet effect. After showing the card has vanished from the deck, I take out the wallet, open it with great surprise to find flames burning. I shut the wallet, then regain my composure, open it and remove the selected card, which is half burnt up!
This thing uses real fire, and so you need to be 18 years or older to order it. It is perfectly safe when used correctly and carefully. Use it with care! TMGS (and especially I) can assume no responsibility or liability for any damage or harm caused by this prop.
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A classic comedy bit, where the magician opens a book, and flames shoot out! This book has a plain black cover, so I put a new cover on mine that transformed it into a cookbook. (I use it in a dove pan cooking routine!) But it could also be used as a "Book of Spells". This version allows pages in the front of the book to be shown and flipped through, which heightens the mystery when the flames burst out later.
The Hot Book has been a standard classic of comedy for years, and proves that sometimes old gags are still the best! Great for kidshows, but also gets a startled reaction from adults as well.
(WHILE THIS ITEM IS PERFECTLY SAFE WHEN HANDLED CORRECTLY, IT CAN BE DANGEROUS, AND SO WILL NOT BE SOLD TO ANYONE UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE. TMGS cannot assume responsibility for any injury or damage that may result from improper use of this prop).
I think this effect was created by UF Grant -- might be wrong about that... Anyway, it is a very flashy (literally) piece of magic, now currently being made by Sam Dalal's magic factory.
If you are familiar with the Foo Can principle, imagine a foo can that also holds a load of silks, and has a sort of dove pan fire effect built in also!
Since that probably made no sense...here is what it does: a match is tossed into can and flames begin to burn up and out of the can. The magician puts the lid on the can to extinguish the fire, and when he takes the lid off, he pours water or other liquid from the can. (I like to use three small glasses, each with a drop of food color in it, so that I pour three different colored liquids from the can.) The liquid is then poured back into the can, and after a magic pass, dry silks (to match my three colored liquids) are taken from the can.
Entirely self-contained, this is a lot of magic in one little can! (about 7' tall). Brand new with instructions.
It involves fire, so DO NOT order this if you are under 18 years of age, either chronologically or psychologically! It is perfectly safe when used carefully and as directed, but I can't be responsible for any problems resulting from misuse. (If you can use a dove pan safely, you can use this.)
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